TGY

Tie guan yin wulong may be one of the most misunderstood teas. It can be grown in different places, grown from different cultivars, and processed in different ways. The resulting teas may all be called tie guan yin, but have very different character. I asked James Grayland of Wan Ling Tea House and Dan Robertson […]

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Profile: Tea Drunk

by Jason Walker on June 15, 2014

in Member Content, review

In New York City’s East Village there exists a haven for Chinese tea lovers. Tea Drunk offers an escape into a retreat of gaiwans, quiet conversations, and artisanal teas from across the Middle Kingdom. 2 elements make Tea Drunk stand out from so many tea shops in Chinatown and other cafes: the ambiance and the […]

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  Origin: Anxi, Fujian Province Harvest: Autumn 2013 Score: 90 Price (as of post): 5 g sample = $2.95  to Walker Tea Review. Get complete access to Member Content.   Sign Up For The Newsletter. Sample provided by Yezi Tea. Walker Tea Review- a tea blog with tea reviews and tea tastings. Want to see a […]

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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: Nanhu Mtn, near Fuqing, Fujian Province Score: 91 Price (as of post): 1 oz = $11.95 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 Subscribe in a reader or […]

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. Origin: Anxi, Fujian Province Harvest: Spring 2013 Score: 90 Price (as of post): 50 g?? = $40.00 Singapore Dollars Sample provided by Peony Tea S. 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 Subscribe in […]

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Comment: Better balance, with some of the sour element some people look for in tie guan yin. . Harvest: Spring Score: 90 Price (as of post): 125 g = $17.99 Sample provided by China Cha Dao. Get even more in the Member Content. Walker Tea Review- a tea blog with tea reviews and tea tastings. […]

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