Dragon Pearl Whole Teas
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I have been drinking this tea for twenty years. It’s probably my “house tea”. Here’s a lesson I learned years ago sampling and drinking tea in SF’s China Town. Buy the higher grade. You can buy loose tea at $20 a pound or at $60-80 a pound. I can get multiple cups off the higher grade so on a unit cost basis it’s cheaper than using $20 tea. I drink a lot of Chinese teas, but now and then I’ll have cup of licorice tea to settle the stomach. I also like gunpowder tea, and there’s a very common variety of tea that comes in a molded ball form (can’t remember the name at the moment). It’s a good anti-cancer tea. I used to get it in China Town for a $1 a piece, and they give you a baker’s dozen for $12.
Looking back through the comments, I think that I might have logged this tea more than anyone else on Steepster. This tea has been good to me, serving as a go-to oolong for day-to-day, big pot-drinking. And here it is, at the end of its container. Second container, actually. Fare thee well, reliable tea.