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For some reason I stopped buying pu-erh teas.

Probably because for some reason I stopped ordering tea online and the local merchants mark their pu-erhs WAY up.

In the wake of this, probably temporary change, I have realized that this Wuyi oolong has become my default, go-to tea.

It is a classic yum cha/dim sum type toasted oolong and while my local premium grocer charges way too much for it, this Republic of Tea variety is very much center of the road.

I usually get 3 steeps from these leaves, but with a fresher supply I could probably get more.

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