Heavenly Tea Leaves Tea Sampler, Oolong Tea, 4 Count

December 16, 2013 - Comment

Heavenly Tea Leaves Tea Sampler, Oolong Tea, 4 Count includes Organic Rose Oolong, Organic Se Chung Oolong, White Tip Oolong, and Orange Oolong Product Features Enjoy a gourmet collection of 4 bestselling Heavenly Tea loose oolong teas Contains: Organic Rose Oolong, Organic Se Chung Oolong, White Tip Oolong, and Orange Oolong A great way to

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Heavenly Tea Leaves Tea Sampler, Oolong Tea, 4 Count includes Organic Rose Oolong, Organic Se Chung Oolong, White Tip Oolong, and Orange Oolong

Product Features

  • Enjoy a gourmet collection of 4 bestselling Heavenly Tea loose oolong teas
  • Contains: Organic Rose Oolong, Organic Se Chung Oolong, White Tip Oolong, and Orange Oolong
  • A great way to try out a variety of different teas approximately 25 servings of tea per can
  • Ideal way for chefs to try out our foodservice selection for their restaurant
  • Comes in a eco-friendly gift box
  • A great way to try out a variety of different teas
  • Approximately 25 servings of tea per can
  • Comes in a gift box!
  • Contains:Organic Rose Oolong, Organic Se Chung Oolong, White Tip Oolong, and Orange Oolong

Comments

Cap'n Stoob "Stoob" says:

Flat, Stale Tea Having lived in Asia for years and being Asian-American and having been a tea drinker (green, white, oolong, black,pu-erh, you-name-it), I was very excited to try this sampler pack of premium teas. However, when I received my order, I was disappointed in the freshness of the tea. Great tea should be vibrant and have the aroma of a thousand years of tradition and pleasure. This tea smelled flat and only had a faint fragrance…it smelled like grocery store chopped tea leaves in bags…

tea lover says:

bad tea Don’t waste your money. I bought the 9 tea sampler and am very dissatisfied. I have a breville tea maker, so all tea was prepared properly the correct temperature, etc. The tea is bitter, even the flavored white tea. Also, the leaves are so, so tiny, they go through the strainer.

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