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Default Where to find "Emperor's Red (Fujian)" tea?

Hi,

I used to drink the Special Teas' 593 Emperor's Red tea. It was a
China black tea from Fujian province. It had chocolate and chery notes
(it resembled Golden Monkey).

After Special Teas was incorporated in Teavana it became no longer
available (as with many other fine teas from Special Teas).

Anyone knows where to find it?

Thanks in advance,

JPBaptista

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Default Where to find "Emperor's Red (Fujian)" tea?

jpbatista wrote:

I used to drink the Special Teas' 593 Emperor's Red tea. It was a
China black tea from Fujian province. It had chocolate and chery notes
(it resembled Golden Monkey).

After Special Teas was incorporated in Teavana it became no longer
available (as with many other fine teas from Special Teas).

Anyone knows where to find it?


From your description, I'm betting it was the sort of thing often sold as
"panyong congou" in the west. Try the stuff from Harney's, it is comparatively
expensive but really one of the nicer ones I have tried.
--scott


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