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Are Green Teas and Weight Loss Teas the Same

The leaves of Camellia Sine six crops are the sole-source of Chinese tea. With all the minimal amount of oxidation involved in the handling, the tea’s maximum advantages are preserved. 427 more words

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Tea Time at Reverie: Tea From Taiwan’s Zhong Shu Hu Oolong Tea

Forgive me if I’ve said it before, but the variety of oolong teas never ceases to amaze me. Vegetal, floral, fruity, roasted – each one has been as unique as a person’s fingerprint. 887 more words

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saraletourneau reblogged this on Sara Letourneau's Official Website & Blog and commented:

Another tea review is up at A Bibliophile's Reverie! This time I try Zhong Shu Hu Oolong from Tea From Taiwan. If you're a fan of light or milky (Alishan) oolongs, this one might be of interest to you.

Tea Time at Reverie: Tea From Taiwan’s Zhong Shu Hu Oolong Tea

Forgive me if I’ve said it before, but the variety of oolong teas never ceases to amaze me. Vegetal, floral, fruity, roasted – each one has been as unique as a person’s fingerprint. 887 more words

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Tea Review: Global Tea Hut White Cockscomb Wuyi Oolong Tea

  Those of you who are familiar with oolong teas would know how precious Wuyi oolongs are. There are four famous Wuyi oolong teas: 1) Big Red Robe, 2) Iron Arahant, 3) Golden Water Tortoise and 4) White Cockscomb. 245 more words

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Tea Review: Yunomi Organic Genmaicha Green Tea


  • Region: Kyoto&Kagoshima
  • Cultivar: Yabukita Blend
  • Dry Tea Leaves: Blend of short green tea leaves and brown rice
  • Liquor: Light green
  • Price: $6.80 for 50gr

Genmaicha literally means brown-rice tea and produces very strong toasty aroma. 360 more words

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Tea Time at Reverie: Elinor’s Heart Black Tea from Bingley’s Teas

“I have seen a great deal of him, have studied his sentiments and heard his opinion on subjects of literature and taste; and, upon the whole, I venture to pronounce that his mind is well-informed, … 907 more words

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saraletourneau reblogged this on Sara Letourneau's Official Website & Blog and commented:

English Breakfast fans, here's a black tea with a literary slant that you might like! Elinor's Heart from Bingley's Teas combines bright Ceylon with jammy Kenyan leaves for a well-rounded cup that celebrates the more level-headed and rational Dashwood sister from Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility. Learn more about Elinor's Heart - and why I prefer it steeped on the longer end of its brew range - at A Bibliophile's Reverie!