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  Origin: Tianmu Mountain, Lin’an County, Hangzhou Harvest: 15 April 2014 Score: 91 Price (as of post): 14 g sample = $4.00  to Walker Tea Review. Get complete access to Member Content.   Sign Up For The Newsletter. Sample provided by Teavivre. Walker Tea Review- a tea blog with tea reviews and tea tastings. Want to […]

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  Origin: Tianmu Shan, Lin’an County, Hangzhou Harvest: 23 March 2014 Score: 92 Price (as of post): 50 g = $34  to Walker Tea Review. Get complete access to Member Content.   Sign Up For The Newsletter. Sample provided by Teavivre. Walker Tea Review- a tea blog with tea reviews and tea tastings. Want to see […]

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As we go about our daily lives, the teas we anticipate are being grown, plucked, and processed. I have reached out to my connections across the tea world to collect their reports of how the 2014 Spring Harvest is progressing.

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  Origin: Zheng Xiao Tu (farmer) – Mei Jia Wu, Hangzhou Harvest: Spring Score: 87 Price (as of post): 1 oz = $10.95 Sample provided by Yezi Tea. Get even more in the Member Content. Walker Tea Review- a tea blog with tea reviews and tea tastings. Want to see a tea reviewed? Contact me: jason@walkerteareview.com […]

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There are a only a couple of people I trust who could sip a tea blindfolded, and tell me detailed facts about what they have sipped. Many people could identify a longjing, for example, but few could pinpoint its origin, what cultivar it is, and comment on specific flaws or strengths created during processing. This […]

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Top 10 Teas To Expand Your Tea Palate

by Jason Walker on June 14, 2013

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Researchers continue to predict the rise of tea consumption in the US. As more people drink tea will that mean they have a broader or deeper experience of tea? In order to more fully appreciate the hundreds of teas available, here are 10 that will serve as guiding lights and points of comparison. As there […]

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Comment: Would you consider this a “legitimate” longjing? Background info here on Xinchang  and the wu niu zao cultivar. . Origin: Xinchang, Zhejiang Province, China Harvest: before April 5, 2013 Score: 90 Price (as of post): 50 g = $30 Singapore Dollars Sample provided by Peony Tea S. Get even more in the Member Content. Walker […]

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