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Last Updated: Apr. 1, 2014

About Verdant Tea

Verdant Tea is a tea company, founded by David Duckler, which specializes in unusual loose-leaf teas from China. Many of the teas sold by Verdant tea are limited edition, single-harvest teas. The company also sells blends and flavored teas, made from whole ingredients rather than extracts or flavorings.

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TarHeelTea
(2 reviews)
75 / 100
Picture of Wuyi Mountain Big Red Robe

I'll confess I tried this tea after being intrigued at reading the legend of the Big Red Robe. Glad I did. I wonder if a monkey really picked this?

This is my new favorite tea. It has more body and flavor than the more delicate oolong teas. I usually give it a bit more tea and a longer steep than the usual recommen...

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b22johansen
(44 reviews)
67 / 100
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Wuyi Gongfu Black

Style: Black Tea – Region: Wuyi, Fujian, China
Aug. 31st, 2016

This is a hard tea to review. I greatly enjoyed drinking it, but was not overwhelmed with uniqueness of any kind. Rather, it was simply enjoyable. The flavor has hints of caramel, honey, and sweetness with a slight astringency. The cup is very smooth. I would recommend as a black tea, but it is nothing unique, albeit v...

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87 / 100
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Laoshan Black

Style: Black Tea – Region: Shandong, China
Apr. 25th, 2016

I love when I find a tea that is unique and different, and this one certainly fits that description. My first impression is that of burnt sugar/caramel. The liquor is a beautiful light golden brown color. The aroma is like a huge wave of burnt caramel and chocolate hitting all of your senses. The taste is a more balanc...

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87 / 100
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Had this a couple of days ago. One of the best oolongs I have ever had. Slight to no astringency. Honey and floral notes with a slight buttery taste. Aroma was very much like a typical oolong with hints of burnt grass.

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60 / 100

Not my favorite cup of tea. The more and more raw pu er I try the more and more I'm not sure I like it. This one has a strong tobacco aroma from my gaiwan, although there is little to no aroma from the liquor. The first infusion has a light color and a light, sweet taste. There are hints of dark fruit. Perhaps plums or...

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Laoshan Black

Style:Black Tea
Region:Shandong, China
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
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Wuyi Mountain Big Red Robe

Style:Da Hong Pao
Region:Wuyi, Fujian, China
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
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Silver Buds Yabao

Style:White Tea
Region:Yunnan, China
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
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Hand Picked Autumn Tieguanyin

Style:Tie Guan Yin
Region:Anxi, Fujian, China
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
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Style:Pu-erh Tea
Region:Yunnan, China
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Compressed
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Caffeine:Caffeinated
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Laoshan Black

Style:Black Tea
Region:Shandong, China
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
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