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Dong Ding

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  • “I have always been a tea bag person buying what was new or what looked like it might be good never thinking of exploring the world of loose leaf tea until a friend had me try Teasatia’s Dong Ding. ...” Read full tasting note
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Originating from Mt. Dong Ding in Taiwan. This Oolong tea is hand picked, tightly rolled, and produces a fruity aroma and naturally sweet flavor. Some say this tea produces an aftertaste similar to that of a peach, but you be the judge.

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I have always been a tea bag person buying what was new or what looked like it might be good never thinking of exploring the world of loose leaf tea until a friend had me try Teasatia’s Dong Ding. I was hooked by the rich, almost fruity flavor, but the best part was I didn’t have to add sugar to mask the often bitter aftertaste found in so many of the bag teas.

Dong Ding is one of Teasatia’s oolong teas known for its distinctive light peach color and wonderfully smooth flavor. Dong Ding is also great over ice. Brew according to the directions and pour over a 8-10 oz glass filled half way with ice. Watch as the ice melt slowly, but don’t give into the temptation to add more ice. You won’t want to loose any of this tea’s flavor!

One of the great benefits of loose leaf teas is you can get several cups of tea using the same leaves as opposed to tea bags which lose their flavor after one or two steeps.

To experience a great cup of tea, try Teasatia’s Dong Ding.

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