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Top 10 Teas To Expand Your Tea Palate

by Jason Walker on June 14, 2013

in how to, Member Content

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: the mineral qualities enhance the texture and flavor . Origin: Li Shan, Taiwan Score: 92 Price (as of post): 50 g = $28 . Sample provided by Asha Tea House. Compare teas with others on the Scoresheet. Walker Tea Review- a tea blog with tea reviews and tea tastings. Want to see a […]

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. Comment: powerful sweet and extra-lasting aftertaste . Origin: Li Shan, Taichung, Taiwan Score: 92 Price (as of post): 150 g = $98 . Compare teas with others on the Scoresheet. Walker Tea Review- a tea blog with tea reviews and tea tastings. Want to see a tea reviewed? Contact me: jason@walkerteareview.com Subscribe in a […]

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Tea Review 300: Naivetea’s Li Shan Oolong

by Jason Walker on December 22, 2010

in 92-95, wulong/oolong

. Comment: elegant smoothness melds with gummy sweet aftertaste and rounded aromas. 15% off with code: jasonwalker. . Origin: Li Shan, Taiwan Score: 92 Price (as of post): 2oz = $34 . Compare teas with others on the Scoresheet. Walker Tea Review- a tea blog with tea reviews and tea tastings. Operated by Jason Walker. Sample […]

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Review 98: Harney’s Li Shan Oolong

by Jason Walker on August 20, 2009

in wulong/oolong

WTR online tea tastings Learn about tea and tea preparation Interact with the tasting community Try new teas Go to the Future Episodes and How To Taste pages for more. Click the vid to watch. Click on the dots (on the video timeline) to jump to a scene: Price (as of post): 4oz = $40 […]

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Tea Classics: Li Shan Oolong

by Jason Walker on July 20, 2009

in Member Content

. Part III of X in a series on classic teas you need to taste Origin: Li Mountain, Taiwan Dry leaves: Blue-green and green color 2-3 leaves connected by a stem and balled together Light-to-medium oxidization Sweet wood aromas with floral scents. Wet leaves: Leaves open to reveal 2-3 leaves connected to a stem Bean […]

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Review 38: Jing’s Li Shan Oolong

by Jason Walker on April 1, 2009

in 90-91, Chinese, wulong/oolong

Click the vid to watch: Price (as of post): 25g= approx $18 (price in British pounds) Score: 91 Compare this tea with other reviews on the Score Sheet Click on either image below to go to Jing‘s product page:

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