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Default Ceylon needle grade tea

Here is a picture of Ceylon needle grade tea I mentioned as a PS in
another post:
http://i47.tinypic.com/2i8hoqx.jpg
I dont know the particular area it came from. It has a milder Ceylon
taste than most. If you like the Ceylon taste there are cheaper ones
than this. You pay for the grade and not the taste. Its hard to see
but it is half white/black on the length of the needle. Very unusual.
My wife noticed it the other day when I made her tea ie anything but
Chinese.

Jim
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