1 Tasting Note
I really like this tea and I have only been a grocery store tea sipper for about two years. I was hooked after a transatlantic cruise and experience High Tea on day with no land stops. These were the normal Bigalow teas. Last May we took a Viking Cruise down the Yangtze River and had an opportunity to sample real Chinese tea on shore excursions. I brought up various packet brands from the three hotels. The Oolong was really good as well as the Wu-long. Back home I search for oolong in my grocery store with no luck. A restaurant owner gave me twenty packets of the oolong tea bags she doesn’t sell and they were not very tasty. I found the Hong Kong Market #3 in NW Houston and bought the The Du Oolong brand distributed by the Wei-Chuan company. I could not find wu-long tea and the manager told me both teas were the same. Searches on the internet have proven this fact. The best part was that 100 tea bags only cost about $3.50.