Grand Tea

  Origin: Huang Shan Harvest: 2013 Score: 91 Organic: CERES Price (as of post): 25 g = $6.00  to Walker Tea Review. Get complete access to Member Content.   Sign Up For The Newsletter. Sample provided by Grand Tea. Walker Tea Review- a tea blog with tea reviews and tea tastings. Want to see a tea reviewed? […]

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Origin: Zheng Shan, Fujian Province Score: 88 Price (as of post): 25 g = $5.61  to Walker Tea Review. Get complete access to Member Content.   Sign Up For The Newsletter. Sample provided by Grand Tea. Walker Tea Review- a tea blog with tea reviews and tea tastings. Want to see a tea reviewed? Contact me: […]

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While glass gaiwans have been available from several online vendors for some time, beaker-shaped tea infusers like this one from Grand Tea are gaining in popularity. The simple aesthetic gives  the feel of a beautiful experiment. The glass infuser places the dancing agony of the leaves on full display, and the pouring style that uses […]

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  Special Offer from GrandTea.com Free Shipping on the Entire Cart with orders of Premium Pearl Jasmine*. Discounted pricing on 250 gram and higher units of Premium Pearl Jasmine. 250 grams = $42.30 USD (10% off) 1 kilogram = $160 USD (15% off) Premium Pearl Jasmine is made in Fujian Province, China, from tea leaves harvested […]

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  Origin: Yixing, Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, China Score: 90 Price (as of post): 25 g = $4.50  to Walker Tea Review. Get complete access to Member Content.   Sign Up For The Newsletter. Sample provided by Grand Tea. Walker Tea Review- a tea blog with tea reviews and tea tastings. Want to see a tea reviewed? […]

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  Origin: Yunnan Province Score: 91 Price (as of post): 25 g  = $5.50  to Walker Tea Review. Get complete access to Member Content.   Sign Up For The Newsletter. Sample provided by Grand Tea. 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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Reports are coming in that mao cha prices for pu’er are drastically higher than last year – some reports revealing prices 5 to 10 times greater for the ingredient leaf. If this is the beginning of another pu’er bubble, what are the alternatives? How long will the bubble last?

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