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This is not real Dancong.

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Sil

Would love to hear more on why it’s not if you’re open to explaining further

Insence&Tea

Ya, I would also be interested on why you think it’s not

Donna A

If you are going to make such a bold statement, it would be more credible if you gave reasons to back it up. Dan Cong literally means the leaves come from a single bush. Dan Congs are semi-wild and grow randomly and independently. My understanding is that taste can vary depending on the harvest,grade, season, elevation, and other factors. Verdant is a pretty credible company, so I will not take the word of someone that doesn’t back up their criticism.

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Sil

Would love to hear more on why it’s not if you’re open to explaining further

Insence&Tea

Ya, I would also be interested on why you think it’s not

Donna A

If you are going to make such a bold statement, it would be more credible if you gave reasons to back it up. Dan Cong literally means the leaves come from a single bush. Dan Congs are semi-wild and grow randomly and independently. My understanding is that taste can vary depending on the harvest,grade, season, elevation, and other factors. Verdant is a pretty credible company, so I will not take the word of someone that doesn’t back up their criticism.

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I am a daily tea drinker. I enjoy different teas, depending on the season. During winter I tend toward darker cooked Puerh or dark Oolongs. In spring and summer, I tend towards green and white teas. Any recommendations appreciated, I will try to rate everything I buy and hope to meet some fellow enthusiasts!

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