Today we received an email from a new customer ‘John’. The email contains many questions that other customers have when they need support on making a choice of teas from our online tea store. Here’s the email from John:
I found your website after reviewing many others that disappointed mainly due to high prices and high delivery costs. You seem to have a great range of quality teas without the excessive costs. I developed a shortlist of teas I would like to try as follows, but would love any feedback or advice you may have on my shortlist before I buy. I am a lover of Oolongs and my wife prefers the more grassy (Japanese style) greens. Thank you!
- Xin Yang Mao Jian
- Yunnan Biluochun Green Tea
- Daughter’s Ring Early Spring Green Tea – Ming Qian Nu’er Huan Tea
- West Lake Dragon Well Tea – Longjing Tea
- Organic Monkey King Tea – Tai Ping Hou Kui
- Anxi Tie Guan Yin
- Alishan Milky Oolong Tea
- Red Robe Da Hong Pao
- Dan Cong Phoenix
- Aged Pu Erh Tea
The Teasenz team has prepared the following answer to help John make a decision:
Based on your wife’s preference, we would highly recommend green teas that are ‘grassy’ but at the same time not bitter and they all have a very refreshing after taste:
For oolong tea, it depends if you prefer more a ‘light’ or ‘dark’ oolong tea.
If you aren’t sure which one you like more, we would suggest you try the light oolongs first and slowly start experimenting with darker oolongs.
Aged Pu Erh Tea is a good choice! Also consider the following pu erhs: