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Default Looking for a good source of oolong teas online

Bella Jones wrote:

You can try out the oolong tea from Halmari. It was recommended to me by a =
friend and I have to tell you it=E2=80=99s really nice. The price is also r=
easonable. The tea is hand rolled and sourced from Assam, India which is wo=
rld renowned for its tea quality, so I hope you will like it. You can buy b=
oth tea bags and loose tea.


The Indian and Ceylon oolongs are definitely strange things. Not all all
like the traditional oolongs. Interesting in themselves but not much like
the Chinese teas.
--scott
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