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Scott Dorsey
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Sajo Sendak > wrote:
>On Sat, 04 Jun 2005 11:40:44 -0400, Scott Dorsey wrote:
>> I will say that I recently tried the "Vietnam Orange Pekoe" from Uptons
>> and was very impressed. It had a strong flavour almost reminiscent of
>> clove, but clearly not eugenol/clove itself. Very aromatic. I know a
>> lot of folks turn their nose up at anything with an OP marking on the
>> box, but I urge you to try this. It's only a couple bucks and I think it
>> is a fine drinking tea at an excellent price.

>What is the "OP" marketing of which you speak frankly?
>I am not familiar with this linguistic term. Please define this anagram of

Orange Pekoe. A lot of folks will turn their nose up at anything that
is marked as orange pekoe.

"C'est un Nagra. C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."