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Row 1
teaname: teaname
grade: 0
description: description
teatype: teatype
picname: picname
paypal: paypal

Row 2
teaname: Ti Kuan Yin
grade: 1
description: Ti Kuan Yin a subtype of Wulong tea and shares most of the characteristics of Wulong. The main difference between Ti Kuan Yin and Wu Long is that Ti Kuan Yin is made from a special variety of the Camellia Sinesis plant. Ti Kuan Yin is named after the Iron Goddess of Mercy because of its ancient religious usage.
teatype: wulong
picname:
paypal:
$40.97 for 4 oz.

Row 3
teaname: Ti Kuan Yin
grade: 2
description: Ti Kuan Yin a subtype of Wulong tea and shares most of the characteristics of Wulong. The main difference between Ti Kuan Yin and Wu Long is that Ti Kuan Yin is made from a special variety of the Camellia Sinesis plant. Ti Kuan Yin is named after the Iron Goddess of Mercy because of its ancient religious usage.
teatype: wulong
picname:
paypal:
$30.00 for 4 oz.

Row 4
teaname: Ti Kuan Yin
grade: 3
description: Ti Kuan Yin a subtype of Wulong tea and shares most of the characteristics of Wulong. The main difference between Ti Kuan Yin and Wu Long is that Ti Kuan Yin is made from a special variety of the Camellia Sinesis plant. Ti Kuan Yin is named after the Iron Goddess of Mercy because of its ancient religious usage.
teatype: wulong
picname:
paypal:
$20.00 for 4 oz.

Row 5
teaname: Ti Kuan Yin
grade: 4
description: Ti Kuan Yin a subtype of Wulong tea and shares most of the characteristics of Wulong. The main difference between Ti Kuan Yin and Wu Long is that Ti Kuan Yin is made from a special variety of the Camellia Sinesis plant. Ti Kuan Yin is named after the Iron Goddess of Mercy because of its ancient religious usage.
teatype: wulong
picname:
paypal:
$15.00 for 4 oz.

Row 6
teaname: Ti Kuan Yin
grade: 5
description: Ti Kuan Yin a subtype of Wulong tea and shares most of the characteristics of Wulong. The main difference between Ti Kuan Yin and Wu Long is that Ti Kuan Yin is made from a special variety of the Camellia Sinesis plant. Ti Kuan Yin is named after the Iron Goddess of Mercy because of its ancient religious usage.
teatype: black
picname:
paypal:
$10.00 for 4 oz.

Row 7
teaname: Pu-erh
grade: 1
description: "Pu-Erh Tea is popular in Canton province and Southwestern China. It is a post-fermented tea which means that througha unique process the tea is frozen in time and the compounds in teh tea are locked in and aged for long periods of time. For this reason, Pu-Erh is the only tea that is considered to get better as it gets older. Scientific studies have shown that this tea retaisn the unique yearly chemical profile and thus is often sought after like fine wine . When brewed Pu-Erh tea has a dark reddish color with a strong, and earthy taste. "
teatype: puerh
picname:
paypal:
$40.00 for 4 oz.

Row 8
teaname: Pu-erh
grade: 2
description: "Pu-Erh Tea is popular in Canton province and Southwestern China. It is a post-fermented tea which means that througha unique process the tea is frozen in time and the compounds in teh tea are locked in and aged for long periods of time. For this reason, Pu-Erh is the only tea that is considered to get better as it gets older. Scientific studies have shown that this tea retaisn the unique yearly chemical profile and thus is often sought after like fine wine . When brewed Pu-Erh tea has a dark reddish color with a strong, and earthy taste. "
teatype: puerh
picname:
paypal:
$30.00 for 4 oz.

Row 9
teaname: Pu-erh
grade: 3
description: "Pu-Erh Tea is popular in Canton province and Southwestern China. It is a post-fermented tea which means that througha unique process the tea is frozen in time and the compounds in teh tea are locked in and aged for long periods of time. For this reason, Pu-Erh is the only tea that is considered to get better as it gets older. Scientific studies have shown that this tea retaisn the unique yearly chemical profile and thus is often sought after like fine wine . When brewed Pu-Erh tea has a dark reddish color with a strong, and earthy taste. "
teatype: puerh
picname:
paypal:
$20.00 for 4 oz.

Row 10
teaname: Pu-erh
grade: 4
description: "Pu-Erh Tea is popular in Canton province and Southwestern China. It is a post-fermented tea which means that througha unique process the tea is frozen in time and the compounds in teh tea are locked in and aged for long periods of time. For this reason, Pu-Erh is the only tea that is considered to get better as it gets older. Scientific studies have shown that this tea retaisn the unique yearly chemical profile and thus is often sought after like fine wine . When brewed Pu-Erh tea has a dark reddish color with a strong, and earthy taste. "
teatype: puerh
picname:
paypal:
$10.00 for 4 oz.

Row 11
teaname: Pou Chong
grade: 2
description: Pouchong is also known as Chinese Green tea. It is a slightly fermented and its flavor lies between that of Green tea and Wulong tea. The brew is light yellow and has a milder flavor than Oolong tea yet stronger than Green tea. Its taste is appreciated by tea connoisseurs worldwide.
teatype: green
picname:
paypal:
$25.00 for 4 oz.

Row 12
teaname: Pou Chong
grade: 3
description: Pouchong is also known as Chinese Green tea. It is a slightly fermented and its flavor lies between that of Green tea and Wulong tea. The brew is light yellow and has a milder flavor than Oolong tea yet stronger than Green tea. Its taste is appreciated by tea connoisseurs worldwide.
teatype: green
picname:
paypal:
$15.00 for 4 oz.

Row 13
teaname: Pou Chong
grade: 4
description: Pouchong is also known as Chinese Green tea. It is a slightly fermented and its flavor lies between that of Green tea and Wulong tea. The brew is light yellow and has a milder flavor than Oolong tea yet stronger than Green tea. Its taste is appreciated by tea connoisseurs worldwide.
teatype: green
picname:
paypal:
$10.00 for 4 oz.

Row 14
teaname: Pou Chong
grade: 1
description: Pouchong is also known as Chinese Green tea. It is a slightly fermented and its flavor lies between that of Green tea and Wulong tea. The brew is light yellow and has a milder flavor than Oolong tea yet stronger than Green tea. Its taste is appreciated by tea connoisseurs worldwide.
teatype: green
picname:
paypal:
$40.00 for 4 oz.

Row 15
teaname: Pou Chong
grade: 5
description: Pouchong is also known as Chinese Green tea. It is a slightly fermented and its flavor lies between that of Green tea and Wulong tea. The brew is light yellow and has a milder flavor than Oolong tea yet stronger than Green tea. Its taste is appreciated by tea connoisseurs worldwide.
teatype: green
picname:
paypal:
$25.00 for 4 oz.

Row 16
teaname: Osmanthus Wulong
grade: 1
description: "Osmanthus Wulong is Wu Long tea coupled with the petals of the osmanthus flower, giving it a fragrant, sweet taste along with a smooth finish. "
teatype: wulong
picname:
paypal:
$8.00 for 4 oz.

Row 17
teaname: Osmanthus Wulong
grade: 2
description: "Osmanthus Wulong is Wu Long tea coupled with the petals of the osmanthus flower, giving it a fragrant, sweet taste along with a smooth finish. "
teatype: wulong
picname:
paypal:
$50.00 for 4 oz.

Row 18
teaname: Lychee Black
grade: 1
description: "Black tea is the most popular tea in the world, used in everything from iced tea and to Earl Grey tea. Black tea is made with full fermentation of the tea leaves and then roasted heavily to lock in the flavor. Because of its robust flavor it is ideal for blending with a variety of other dried fruits and flowers."
teatype: black
picname:
paypal:
$15.00 for 4 oz.

Row 19
teaname: Long Jin
grade: 2
description: "Long-Jin, considered one of the most famous green teas by the in Chinese, was mentioned by Lu Yu (733-804 A.D.) in his famous "The Classic of Tea" and is very popular in China. Although Dragon Well may be grown all over China, Dragon Well originates from the mountains surrounding the Western Lake of Hangzhou in Zhejiang, China. DragonWell was the tea presented to President Richard Nixon during his trip to China. Long Jin is meticulously prepared using tender tea leaves which are finished with a flat and smooth appearance. The four unique characteristics of Dragon Well tea are the green jade color, the orchid-like smell, the spear shape of its dried leaves, and the fresh taste and semi-sweet aftertaste."
teatype: green
picname:
paypal:
$25.00 for 4 oz.

Row 20
teaname: Long Jin
grade: 3
description: "Long-Jin, considered one of the most famous green teas by the in Chinese, was mentioned by Lu Yu (733-804 A.D.) in his famous "The Classic of Tea" and is very popular in China. Although Dragon Well may be grown all over China, Dragon Well originates from the mountains surrounding the Western Lake of Hangzhou in Zhejiang, China. DragonWell was the tea presented to President Richard Nixon during his trip to China. Long Jin is meticulously prepared using tender tea leaves which are finished with a flat and smooth appearance. The four unique characteristics of Dragon Well tea are the green jade color, the orchid-like smell, the spear shape of its dried leaves, and the fresh taste and semi-sweet aftertaste."
teatype: green
picname:
paypal:
$20.00 for 4 oz.

Row 21
teaname: Long Jin
grade: 4
description: "Long-Jin, considered one of the most famous green teas by the in Chinese, was mentioned by Lu Yu (733-804 A.D.) in his famous "The Classic of Tea" and is very popular in China. Although Dragon Well may be grown all over China, Dragon Well originates from the mountains surrounding the Western Lake of Hangzhou in Zhejiang, China. DragonWell was the tea presented to President Richard Nixon during his trip to China. Long Jin is meticulously prepared using tender tea leaves which are finished with a flat and smooth appearance. The four unique characteristics of Dragon Well tea are the green jade color, the orchid-like smell, the spear shape of its dried leaves, and the fresh taste and semi-sweet aftertaste."
teatype: green
picname:
paypal:
$12.00 for 4 oz.

Row 22
teaname: Long Jin
grade: 5
description: "Long-Jin, considered one of the most famous green teas by the in Chinese, was mentioned by Lu Yu (733-804 A.D.) in his famous "The Classic of Tea" and is very popular in China. Although Dragon Well may be grown all over China, Dragon Well originates from the mountains surrounding the Western Lake of Hangzhou in Zhejiang, China. DragonWell was the tea presented to President Richard Nixon during his trip to China. Long Jin is meticulously prepared using tender tea leaves which are finished with a flat and smooth appearance. The four unique characteristics of Dragon Well tea are the green jade color, the orchid-like smell, the spear shape of its dried leaves, and the fresh taste and semi-sweet aftertaste."
teatype: green
picname:
paypal:
$10.00 for 4 oz.

Row 23
teaname: Long Jin
grade: 6
description: "Long-Jin, considered one of the most famous green teas by the in Chinese, was mentioned by Lu Yu (733-804 A.D.) in his famous "The Classic of Tea" and is very popular in China. Although Dragon Well may be grown all over China, Dragon Well originates from the mountains surrounding the Western Lake of Hangzhou in Zhejiang, China. DragonWell was the tea presented to President Richard Nixon during his trip to China. Long Jin is meticulously prepared using tender tea leaves which are finished with a flat and smooth appearance. The four unique characteristics of Dragon Well tea are the green jade color, the orchid-like smell, the spear shape of its dried leaves, and the fresh taste and semi-sweet aftertaste."
teatype: green
picname:
paypal:
$8.00 for 4 oz.

Row 24
teaname: Long Jin
grade: 1
description: "Long-Jin, considered one of the most famous green teas by the in Chinese, was mentioned by Lu Yu (733-804 A.D.) in his famous "The Classic of Tea" and is very popular in China. Although Dragon Well may be grown all over China, Dragon Well originates from the mountains surrounding the Western Lake of Hangzhou in Zhejiang, China. DragonWell was the tea presented to President Richard Nixon during his trip to China. Long Jin is meticulously prepared using tender tea leaves which are finished with a flat and smooth appearance. The four unique characteristics of Dragon Well tea are the green jade color, the orchid-like smell, the spear shape of its dried leaves, and the fresh taste and semi-sweet aftertaste."
teatype: green
picname:
paypal:
$45.00 for 4 oz.

Row 25
teaname: Lap Sang Sou Chong
grade: 1
description: "Lapsong Souchong is a black tea with a distinctive flavor created by the smoking procedure. Legend claims that the special smoking procedure was discovered by accident. During the Qing dynasty, a group of soldiers occupied a tea factory for one night. The factory contained fresh tea leaves to be processed for the next day?s market. By the time the soldiers vacated the factory and the workers returned to process the leaves, there was not enough time to dry the leaves the usual way. The workers lit fires of pine wood to quicken the drying. By the next morning, the tea was ready to be sold and was discovered to have a smoked pine flavor which enhanced the tea. Today, the leaves are first dried over fires of pine or cypress wood. Then they are placed into wooden barrels to ferment. The leaves are fried again and placed over smoking pine fires to absorb the smoke flavor. Lapsong Souchong, a favorite of Sherlock Holmes and other fictional Britons, can be enjoyed with or without milk and sugar."
teatype: black
picname:
paypal:
$40.00 for 4 oz.

Row 26
teaname: Kings Green
grade: 2
description: King's Tea is made of high quality wulong tea blended with ginseng. The tea has the rich smooth taste of wulong with an aftertaste which is sweeter and longer lasting than the traditional oolong tea. This gives this tea double the health effects as well as flavor. This tea is popular in South Asia and is good for those who do not want to use sweetener for their tea.
teatype: green
picname:
paypal:
$40.00 for 4 oz.

Row 27
teaname: Kings Green
grade: 3
description: King's Tea is made of high quality wulong tea blended with ginseng. The tea has the rich smooth taste of wulong with an aftertaste which is sweeter and longer lasting than the traditional oolong tea. This gives this tea double the health effects as well as flavor. This tea is popular in South Asia and is good for those who do not want to use sweetener for their tea.
teatype: green
picname:
paypal:
$30.00 for 4 oz.

Row 28
teaname: Kings Green
grade: 4
description: King's Tea is made of high quality wulong tea blended with ginseng. The tea has the rich smooth taste of wulong with an aftertaste which is sweeter and longer lasting than the traditional oolong tea. This gives this tea double the health effects as well as flavor. This tea is popular in South Asia and is good for those who do not want to use sweetener for their tea.
teatype: green
picname:
paypal:
$30.00 for 4 oz.

Row 29
teaname: Kings Green
grade: 1
description: King's Tea is made of high quality wulong tea blended with ginseng. The tea has the rich smooth taste of wulong with an aftertaste which is sweeter and longer lasting than the traditional oolong tea. This gives this tea double the health effects as well as flavor. This tea is popular in South Asia and is good for those who do not want to use sweetener for their tea.
teatype: green
picname:
paypal:
$60.00 for 4 oz.

Row 30
teaname: Jasmine
grade: 3
description: "Jasmine Tea is a made from Green tea that is slight fermented and then scented with jasmine flowers during the roasting process. The quality of Jasmine tea is determined by the quality of green tea used as its base and the skillfulness of the scenting. At the highest grades, jasmine tea is made from the fine spring buds of teh tea plant and then hand rolled into balls with fine white teahairs that glisten in the brew."
teatype: jasmine
picname:
paypal:
$20.00 for 4 oz.

Row 31
teaname: Jasmine
grade: 4
description: "Jasmine Tea is a made from Green tea that is slight fermented and then scented with jasmine flowers during the roasting process. The quality of Jasmine tea is determined by the quality of green tea used as its base and the skillfulness of the scenting. At the highest grades, jasmine tea is made from the fine spring buds of teh tea plant and then hand rolled into balls with fine white teahairs that glisten in the brew."
teatype: jasmine
picname:
paypal:
$15.00 for 4 oz.

Row 32
teaname: Jasmine
grade: 5
description: "Jasmine Tea is a made from Green tea that is slight fermented and then scented with jasmine flowers during the roasting process. The quality of Jasmine tea is determined by the quality of green tea used as its base and the skillfulness of the scenting. At the highest grades, jasmine tea is made from the fine spring buds of teh tea plant and then hand rolled into balls with fine white teahairs that glisten in the brew."
teatype: jasmine
picname:
paypal:
$10.00 for 4 oz.

Row 33
teaname: Jasmine
grade: 6
description: "Jasmine Tea is a made from Green tea that is slight fermented and then scented with jasmine flowers during the roasting process. The quality of Jasmine tea is determined by the quality of green tea used as its base and the skillfulness of the scenting. At the highest grades, jasmine tea is made from the fine spring buds of teh tea plant and then hand rolled into balls with fine white teahairs that glisten in the brew."
teatype: jasmine
picname:
paypal:
$8.00 for 4 oz.

Row 34
teaname: Jasmine
grade: 1
description: "Jasmine Tea is a made from Green tea that is slight fermented and then scented with jasmine flowers during the roasting process. The quality of Jasmine tea is determined by the quality of green tea used as its base and the skillfulness of the scenting. At the highest grades, jasmine tea is made from the fine spring buds of teh tea plant and then hand rolled into balls with fine white teahairs that glisten in the brew."
teatype: jasmine
picname:
paypal:
$50.00 for 4 oz.

Row 35
teaname: Jasmine
grade: 2
description: "Jasmine Tea is a made from Green tea that is slight fermented and then scented with jasmine flowers during the roasting process. The quality of Jasmine tea is determined by the quality of green tea used as its base and the skillfulness of the scenting. At the highest grades, jasmine tea is made from the fine spring buds of teh tea plant and then hand rolled into balls with fine white teahairs that glisten in the brew."
teatype: jasmine
picname:
paypal:
$40.00 for 4 oz.

Row 36
teaname: Sencha
grade: 1
description: "Sencha is made from the freshest green tea. The techinique to manufacture green tea originates from the Japanese and the primary difference betewen this variety of green tea and Chinese varieties are that this tea is not roasted and only very lightly processed. Instead, this green tea is steamed to lock in the flavor. This explains the verdant color of the brew, as well as fresh grassy taste which is unlike other green teas. This tea is also crushed up into a powder and made into the commonly consumed green tea ice cream"
teatype: green
picname:
paypal:
$20.00 for 4 oz.

Row 37
teaname: Sencha
grade: 2
description: "Sencha is made from the freshest green tea. The techinique to manufacture green tea originates from the Japanese and the primary difference betewen this variety of green tea and Chinese varieties are that this tea is not roasted and only very lightly processed. Instead, this green tea is steamed to lock in the flavor. This explains the verdant color of the brew, as well as fresh grassy taste which is unlike other green teas. This tea is also crushed up into a powder and made into the commonly consumed green tea ice cream"
teatype: green
picname:
paypal:
$10.00 for 4 oz.

Row 38
teaname: Gunpowder Green
grade: 1
description: "Gunpowder green tea has a bitter, pungent tastes. It is made from the aged leaves at the bottom o fthe tea plant which tend to be the largest leaves on the teaplant. These leaves are roasted and ten hand rolled into small tight balls, which resemboled the small powder balls once used by the British in their firearms, hence the name gunpowder green tea."
teatype: green
picname:
paypal:
$8.00 for 4 oz.

Row 39
teaname: Green Wulong
grade: 1
description: Wulong (also known as Oolong) is a semi-fermented tea which is known for its rich taste and pleasant lasting aftertaste as well as its effects on health and weightloss. Wulong is further classified into Dark or Green varieties. Dark Wulongs are fermented and then roasted longer than Green Wulongs to give a darket flavor and color closer to black tea. Green Wulongs have a stronger fragrance while Dark Wulongs have a stronger aftertaste. Special Baked Oolong is the only Oolong that is an intermediate Dark-Green Oolong.
teatype: wulong
picname:
paypal:
$60.00 for 4 oz.

Row 40
teaname: Green Wulong
grade: 2
description: Wulong (also known as Oolong) is a semi-fermented tea which is known for its rich taste and pleasant lasting aftertaste as well as its effects on health and weightloss. Wulong is further classified into Dark or Green varieties. Dark Wulongs are fermented and then roasted longer than Green Wulongs to give a darket flavor and color closer to black tea. Green Wulongs have a stronger fragrance while Dark Wulongs have a stronger aftertaste. Special Baked Oolong is the only Oolong that is an intermediate Dark-Green Oolong.
teatype: wulong
picname:
paypal:
$40.00 for 4 oz.

Row 41
teaname: Green Wulong
grade: 3
description: Wulong (also known as Oolong) is a semi-fermented tea which is known for its rich taste and pleasant lasting aftertaste as well as its effects on health and weightloss. Wulong is further classified into Dark or Green varieties. Dark Wulongs are fermented and then roasted longer than Green Wulongs to give a darket flavor and color closer to black tea. Green Wulongs have a stronger fragrance while Dark Wulongs have a stronger aftertaste. Special Baked Oolong is the only Oolong that is an intermediate Dark-Green Oolong.
teatype: wulong
picname:
paypal:
$30.00 for 4 oz.

Row 42
teaname: Green Wulong
grade: 4
description: Wulong (also known as Oolong) is a semi-fermented tea which is known for its rich taste and pleasant lasting aftertaste as well as its effects on health and weightloss. Wulong is further classified into Dark or Green varieties. Dark Wulongs are fermented and then roasted longer than Green Wulongs to give a darket flavor and color closer to black tea. Green Wulongs have a stronger fragrance while Dark Wulongs have a stronger aftertaste. Special Baked Oolong is the only Oolong that is an intermediate Dark-Green Oolong.
teatype: wulong
picname:
paypal:
$20.00 for 4 oz.

Row 43
teaname: Green Wulong
grade: 5
description: Wulong (also known as Oolong) is a semi-fermented tea which is known for its rich taste and pleasant lasting aftertaste as well as its effects on health and weightloss. Wulong is further classified into Dark or Green varieties. Dark Wulongs are fermented and then roasted longer than Green Wulongs to give a darket flavor and color closer to black tea. Green Wulongs have a stronger fragrance while Dark Wulongs have a stronger aftertaste. Special Baked Oolong is the only Oolong that is an intermediate Dark-Green Oolong.
teatype: wulong
picname:
paypal:
$15.00 for 4 oz.

Row 44
teaname: Green Wulong
grade: 6
description: Wulong (also known as Oolong) is a semi-fermented tea which is known for its rich taste and pleasant lasting aftertaste as well as its effects on health and weightloss. Wulong is further classified into Dark or Green varieties. Dark Wulongs are fermented and then roasted longer than Green Wulongs to give a darket flavor and color closer to black tea. Green Wulongs have a stronger fragrance while Dark Wulongs have a stronger aftertaste. Special Baked Oolong is the only Oolong that is an intermediate Dark-Green Oolong.
teatype: wulong
picname:
paypal:
$10.00 for 4 oz.

Row 45
teaname: Genmai
grade: 1
description: Genmai Tea is a mixture of Sencha (Japanese Green Tea) and roasted barley. The resulting brew has a robust taste which is comparable to coffee and contains a variety of vatimins and minerals. The resulting brew has a dark color and a hoppy after taste than lingers in the mouth.
teatype: mix
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$16.00 for 4 oz.

Row 46
teaname: Dark Wulong
grade: 1
description: Wulong (also known as Oolong) is a semi-fermented tea which is known for its rich taste and pleasant lasting aftertaste as well as its effects on health and weightloss. Wulong is further classified into Dark or Green varieties. Dark Wulongs are fermented and then roasted longer than Green Wulongs to give a darket flavor and color closer to black tea. Green Wulongs have a stronger fragrance while Dark Wulongs have a stronger aftertaste. Special Baked Oolong is the only Oolong that is an intermediate Dark-Green Oolong.
teatype: wulong
picname:
paypal:
$60.00 for 4 oz.

Row 47
teaname: Dark Wulong
grade: 2
description: Wulong (also known as Oolong) is a semi-fermented tea which is known for its rich taste and pleasant lasting aftertaste as well as its effects on health and weightloss. Wulong is further classified into Dark or Green varieties. Dark Wulongs are fermented and then roasted longer than Green Wulongs to give a darket flavor and color closer to black tea. Green Wulongs have a stronger fragrance while Dark Wulongs have a stronger aftertaste. Special Baked Oolong is the only Oolong that is an intermediate Dark-Green Oolong.
teatype: wulong
picname:
paypal:
$40.00 for 4 oz.

Row 48
teaname: Dark Wulong
grade: 3
description: Wulong (also known as Oolong) is a semi-fermented tea which is known for its rich taste and pleasant lasting aftertaste as well as its effects on health and weightloss. Wulong is further classified into Dark or Green varieties. Dark Wulongs are fermented and then roasted longer than Green Wulongs to give a darket flavor and color closer to black tea. Green Wulongs have a stronger fragrance while Dark Wulongs have a stronger aftertaste. Special Baked Oolong is the only Oolong that is an intermediate Dark-Green Oolong.
teatype: wulong
picname:
paypal:
$30.00 for 4 oz.

Row 49
teaname: Dark Wulong
grade: 4
description: Wulong (also known as Oolong) is a semi-fermented tea which is known for its rich taste and pleasant lasting aftertaste as well as its effects on health and weightloss. Wulong is further classified into Dark or Green varieties. Dark Wulongs are fermented and then roasted longer than Green Wulongs to give a darket flavor and color closer to black tea. Green Wulongs have a stronger fragrance while Dark Wulongs have a stronger aftertaste. Special Baked Oolong is the only Oolong that is an intermediate Dark-Green Oolong.
teatype: wulong
picname:
paypal:
$20.00 for 4 oz.

Row 50
teaname: Dark Wulong
grade: 5
description: Wulong (also known as Oolong) is a semi-fermented tea which is known for its rich taste and pleasant lasting aftertaste as well as its effects on health and weightloss. Wulong is further classified into Dark or Green varieties. Dark Wulongs are fermented and then roasted longer than Green Wulongs to give a darket flavor and color closer to black tea. Green Wulongs have a stronger fragrance while Dark Wulongs have a stronger aftertaste. Special Baked Oolong is the only Oolong that is an intermediate Dark-Green Oolong.
teatype: wulong
picname:
paypal:
$15.00 for 4 oz.

Row 51
teaname: Black Tea
grade: 3
description: "Black tea is the most popular tea in the world, used in everything from iced tea and to Earl Grey tea. Black tea is made with full fermentation of the tea leaves and then roasted heavily to lock in the flavor. Because of its robust flavor it is ideal for blending with a variety of other dried fruits and flowers."
teatype: black
picname:
paypal:
$20.00 for 4 oz.

Row 52
teaname: Black Tea
grade: 1
description: "Black tea is the most popular tea in the world, used in everything from iced tea and to Earl Grey tea. Black tea is made with full fermentation of the tea leaves and then roasted heavily to lock in the flavor. Because of its robust flavor it is ideal for blending with a variety of other dried fruits and flowers."
teatype: black
picname:
paypal:
$40.00 for 4 oz.

Row 53
teaname: Black Tea
grade: 2
description: "Black tea is the most popular tea in the world, used in everything from iced tea and to Earl Grey tea. Black tea is made with full fermentation of the tea leaves and then roasted heavily to lock in the flavor. Because of its robust flavor it is ideal for blending with a variety of other dried fruits and flowers."
teatype: black
picname:
paypal:
$30.00 for 4 oz.

Row 54
teaname: An Shi Ti Kuan Yin
grade: 1
description: Ti Kuan Yin a subtype of Wulong tea and shares most of the characteristics of Wulong. The main difference between Ti Kuan Yin and Wu Long is that Ti Kuan Yin is made from a special variety of the Camellia Sinesis plant. Ti Kuan Yin is named after the Iron Goddess of Mercy because of its ancient religious usage.
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