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Difflugia

(150 reviews)
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Japanese Green Tea from Wei-Chuan

Style: Green Tea – Region: Japan

35 / 100 Aroma: 3/10 Flavor: 2/5 Value: 3/5
Oct. 7th, 2018

Wei-Chuan has several different tiers of tea and this one is on the low end.

The tea bag smells very faintly of hay. Adding the water doesn't really bring out any extra aroma. The flavor's almost as weak as the tea smells. While hot, the flavor is practically nonexistent. When it cools down, a little flavor appears ...

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Oolong Tea from Wei-Chuan

Style: Oolong Tea – Region: China

40 / 100 Aroma: 6/10 Flavor: 2/5 Value: 3/5
Jul. 11th, 2018

The standard tea bags are filled with chopped up tea. The heavily-roasted aroma is quite strong.

Oddly, the brewed tea isn't as aromatic as the dry tea bags. It's nice, but there's no complexity. It smells like tea that has already been steeped once.

The tea definitely tastes roasted. It's smooth and easy to dri...

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Organic Oolong Tea from Wei-Chuan

Style: Oolong Tea – Region: ?????

80 / 100 Aroma: 8/10 Flavor: 5/5 Value: 4/5
Jul. 22nd, 2017

The oversized teabags are individually sealed in mylar and smell fresh when opened. The dry tea leaves are a little more broken than I would expect from high-quality tea. The dominant aroma is of the roast and is nice, but generic.

The roast is also the dominant flavor as is normal for darker oolongs, but I am pleas...

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Organic Dragon Well Tea from Wei-Chuan

Style: Dragon Well (Long Jing) – Region: China

75 / 100 Aroma: 7/10 Flavor: 4/5 Value: 5/5
Apr. 4th, 2017

The tea in the sachets is a mixture of broken and whole leaves, so the first appearance is of tea that would be mediocre if sold loose. The dry tea is quite fragrant, though, smelling fresh and grassy.

I typically steep green tea at 170° for four minutes. With decent quality tea, this generally gives a comfortable ...

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Organic Black Tea from Wei-Chuan

Style: Black Tea – Region: China

85 / 100 Aroma: 10/10 Flavor: 4/5 Value: 5/5
Mar. 28th, 2017

This tea is in large sachets that contain 3g of tea each instead of the usual 2g. The package gives no indication where the tea is sourced other than that it's a product of China. The package is a resealable, heavy mylar pouch, but the sachets inside have no individual wrapping. The dry leaves are surprisingly large fo...

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Dr. Pattar

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Japanese Green Tea from Wei-Chuan

Style: Green Tea – Region: Japan

93 / 100 Aroma: 8/10 Flavor: 5/5 Value: 5/5
Sep. 17th, 2012

Best green tea I've ever had. I drink Lipton Yellow label; as a rule that is my drink, but last week I had Wei-Chuan green tea and it was great with a meal of shrimp and snow pea pods with fried rice. The tea just was just the right amount to add to the meal, not take it over.

I was just lucky enough to pick it up ...

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Pancakes

(23 reviews)
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Organic Oolong Tea from Wei-Chuan

Style: Oolong Tea – Region: ?????

70 / 100 Aroma: 6/10 Flavor: 3/5 Value: 5/5
Apr. 6th, 2012

Inside this funny shaped box is 15 full leaf tea bags of Tieguanyin. These can easily be used twice, though, so each package should make a good 30 cups.

The tea itself is fairly mild compared to most wulong tea one finds in tea bags, since the leaves are not all chopped up. The overall taste and effect are simple, b...

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larry michaels

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Oolong Tea from Wei-Chuan

Style: Oolong Tea – Region: China

100 / 100 Aroma: 10/10 Flavor: 5/5 Value: 5/5
Dec. 13th, 2011

Great tea for the bagged variety style,I usually drink high quality loose leaf at $15-25 per ounce, but Wei-Chuan is my next choice for an excellent full bodied smooth as silk tea. Also the price cannot be beat!! Thank you and keep up the great quality. Larry Michaels of the great lakes region, Ohio.

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Alex Zorach

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Oolong Tea from Wei-Chuan

Style: Oolong Tea – Region: China

47 / 100 Aroma: 4/10 Flavor: 3/5 Value: 3/5
Jun. 2nd, 2010

Overall, slightly flat...typical for a relatively generic oolong from a big box of teabags. Full-bodied...aroma is toasty and roasty, has some depth but also is a little bit reminiscent of cardboard. Some bitterness.

I've had a lot better oolongs from teabags. But this stuff is still better than a lot of the stuf...

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