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As defined by: Tea: Cultivation to Consumption "A semi-fermented tea manufactured using a fermentation that is approximately twice as intense as that used for pouchong tea (q.v.), see also Qing-cha"
As defined by: Tea: Cultivation to Consumption "A chemical that in solution is able to rotate the plane of polarized light when such light is passed through it; such substances are characterized by at least one carbon atom bearing four different substituents"
As defined by: Tea: Cultivation to Consumption "Manufacture of black tea using a roller (q.v.); this is the traditional method of processing"
own label tea
As defined by: Tea: Cultivation to Consumption "Tea packed for retail sale by a company specializing in tea packing with the packets bearing the name of the retailer instead of the packer"
As defined by: Calcutta Tea Traders Association "Opposed to twisted or rolled"
out of condition
As defined by: Calcutta Tea Traders Association "(self-explanatory)"
As defined by: Calcutta Tea Traders Association "see 'flat'"
As defined by: Ukers Tea and Coffee Trade Journal "Meaning nearly as fine as applied to Formosa tea"
As defined by: Ukers Tea and Coffee Trade Journal "From the Chinese wu-lung, meaning 'black dragon;' a semi-fermented tea of fine quality, hand-rolled and fired in baskets over pits containing red-hot charcoal; originally shipped principally from Guangzhou and Amoy in China, the production of Oolong was introduced more than a century ago to Formosa"
As defined by: Ukers Tea and Coffee Trade Journal "A grade of leaf tea resulting from sifting through a sieve having mesh of a certain specified size; in no sense is the term a description of quality, but of size of leaf; the term was originally applied to a tea in China scented with orange blossoms"
As defined by: Ukers Tea and Coffee Trade Journal "An adjective descriptive of an object capable of making an impression on an organism; said of the effect or impression produced on an organ of touch, taste, or smell- tea is organoleptic as it leaves an impression on the organs of taste and smell"
As defined by: A Time For Tea "Somewhere between green and black tea, Formosa Oolongs are more black than green, and the Foochow (Chinese) Oolongs often more green than black; when they are scented, they are called Pouchongs"
As defined by: A Time For Tea "A very 'British' hill-station area like Darjeeling, but in the Nilgiri hills in the south"
"Upton Tea Imports was founded in 1989 with the objective of providing the North American tea drinker with
the finest teas available. We purchase teas from reputable brokers and estates worldwide, dealing only with
sources who are capable of providing top quality teas. We sell directly to the consumer, thus ensuring the
freshest product and fairest pricing."