Tea Review 325: China Cha Dao’s “Ming Gui” Tan Yang Gongfu

by Jason on February 17, 2011

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Comment: real character for a black tea without the brisk, astringent baggage
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Origin: Gui Xiang Shan, Fu An, Fujian
Harvest: 2010
Score: 91
Price (as of post): 150 g = $24.99
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Sample provided by China Cha Dao.

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lelia February 19, 2011 at 13:32

Jason, thanks for a great review and especially for the demo on how you use a Gaiwan. I also appreciated that you took the time to explain the pronunciations.. Great video.

Emilypapercake February 17, 2011 at 15:12

@jasonowalker The sad thing is that all the people drinking Snapple and thinking it’s good for them have no idea either…

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