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Someone gave this to me, it tastes like a dark Taiwan green or a light oolong and it's really pretty good. Who made it? I cannot identify the characters.
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Scott Dorsey
kludge@panix.com (Scott Dorsey) writes: >Someone gave this to me, it tastes like a dark Taiwan green or a light oolong >and it's really pretty good. Who made it? I cannot identify the characters. > >
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The characters arrayed vertically on the right say Tieguanyin. The two huge characters down the center say Cha (Tea, of course) Kui (Chief, the same Kui in Taiping Hou Kui.) I can’t make out the other characters at the photo’s resolution.
/Lew --- Lew Perin / perin@acm.org
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Lewis Perin writes: >kludge@panix.com (Scott Dorsey) writes: > >>Someone gave this to me, it tastes like a dark Taiwan green or a light oolong >>and it's really pretty good. Who made it? I cannot identify the characters. >> >>
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> >The characters arrayed vertically on the right say Tieguanyin. The two >huge characters down the center say Cha (Tea, of course) Kui (Chief, the >same Kui in Taiping Hou Kui.) I can’t make out the other characters at >the photo’s resolution.
This looks like basically the same product, with the added claim that it’s actually from Anxi:
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