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Default I want more FooJoy

Nothing here you cant buy elsewhere except maybe the 1K Islands which
isnt listed in their print brochures.


However you would be put to task matching the prices and quality in
one place. Ill say Ive had better but it would only be the best of
each. I am on the lookout for their Sichuan Meng Ding Green and
FengHuang Oolong. I dont need any more Pi Lo Chun put their early
spring first flush looks gorgeous. I am curious how their Tung Ting
stacks up commercially against what I have. If only they didnt
pollute their Yin Hao with Jasmine.

This is what I would pull out if people wanted to sample Chinese teas
for the first time.

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