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    Lan Gui Ren
    Lan Gui Ren
    (rating: 4.2 out of 5)
      Lan Gui Ren
     
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    Насыщенный вкус и аромат, прекрасный чай на каждый день.

    Alena (5/13/2014)
     
    Very good tea! Thanks))) All my family and loved ones people liked the taste of this tea!

    Denis (3/7/2014)
     
    Great tea, with a rich taste. Ginseng leaves pronounced aftertaste. Invigorates and gives strength is much stronger than any coffee! I highly recommend

    Nina (3/8/2013)
     
    The first time I brewed this tea it was strong and distinctive and I could clearly taste the liquorice and the ginseng. This does not taste very much like other oolongs. When I brewed the tea again (with new leaves) it tasted of almost nothing... I don´t know why.

    Matthew (12/4/2012)
     
    Magnificent tea! Can be Toped up with water 9 times and it is still delicious. Greatest quality product.

    Elena (11/6/2012)
     
    purchased for all my family members! excellent tea aroma! enjoyed it every day! better to taste than to speak about it =))

    Dmitry (9/18/2012)
     
    Excellent tea. I agree with others that the liquorice is a little strong.

    Braden (1/11/2012)
     
    I don´t like the taste of this tea, maybe other person like it. sorry

    Triawan (12/28/2011)
     
    Strong and Bodied as is; lasting multiple infusions. This tea is no hype though. This is good oolong, lasting and worth the interest at the price.

    Christopher (12/24/2011)
     
    Прочитала, что чай - женский. Ничего подобного, я женщина и мне вкус не понравился. Во-первых, мне он сильно пахнет лекарственной солодкой, а не орхидеей, а во-вторых, слишком много мусора в этом чае, больше брать не буду.

    Olga (12/11/2011)
     
    Sweet and pleasant, but nothing special. It just isn´t as good as I expected, especially considering that liquorice, ginseng, and oolong are among my favorite things.

    Piradej (3/25/2011)
     
    Good tea. A little earthy flavor with very sweet aftertaste.

    Anna (9/10/2010)
     
    This tea is quite tasty and one of the better scented teas i´ve had. The aftertaste is unusual but very good! Lasts for several infusions.

    Terje (9/2/2010)
     
    My all-time favourite.It has strong taste so don´t overbrew it.

    Pavel (6/25/2010)
     
    I like this tea, has a different (almost nutty) flavor. It is one you should try.

    Wayne (9/4/2009)
     
    This is an easy to like tea even though not among my favorite. My friends like it very much and it is nice to offer as a tea with lots of easy taste.

    Terje (8/19/2009)
     
    This tea was what I expected and more. I could not discern if the sweetness was from the licorice or ginseng. I could not taste both, but the sweetness is what I desired in the aftertaste. What surprised me was the amount of times I could steep the leaves and still have acceptable flavour. I would highly recommend this tea.

    Benjamin (7/26/2009)
     
    Представьте себе, этот чай и сладок (благодаря лакрице) и имеет освежающее послевкусие. Любимым женщинам это должно понравиться!

    Sergey (3/31/2009)
     
    Лучший чай для любимой женщины!!!!

    Sergey (3/10/2009)
     
    My friend brought back some of this tea with her from China, and everyone she´s shared it with has absolutely loved it. Anytime we have a get together, we ask if she´s brought "the tea" (since we could never remember what it was called), and so when I finally found it here I was thrilled. This is a very different tea - a lovely flavour and then this strangely sweet, honey-like aftertaste that lingers. My absolute favourite. :)

    Amber (2/12/2009)
     
    Wonderful! This is my second time purchase. Love the taste, after drinking the tea, it left the sweetness at yr throat...

    Jing Jing (1/9/2009)
     
    simple and good. a good tea for daily use. if your water quality is low, this tea is still ok. several brews possible according to water quality

    Joachim (10/3/2008)
     
    this is a nice addition to anyones tea stash... i enjoy to try combining similar teas and varying quantities, the Lan Gui Ren brings a slightly sweet aftertaste to this... i dont enjoy it straight as it becomes more of a sweetened beverage since the licorice and ginseng overpower the tea.. i great to mix with the green wu long teas...

    Robert (8/16/2008)
     
    this is my second time buying this tea. it is a little more bitter than i remember but it still has that special aftertaste i enjoy with this tea.

    Joseph (5/4/2008)
     
    this is a very surprisingly delicious tea ! It has a very unique finish that resembles a black oolong (it may very well be a black oolong for all i know).. to me, it has a licorice type of finish

    Joseph (1/4/2008)
     
    This tea here , well is not really a tea , if it is there is very little of the real tea leaf in it , the masters of China would frown big time on this , like jasmin tea , its flovored and covers up the taste of the tea . I asked for it and i got it . I was looking for the sweet taste of the ginseng , sometimes its infused with King’s tea and works out well , but with this one its infused with licorice , its good if you like candy . Infuse in a tea pot or something wide to allow the nuggets to open .once again for the price it was good we get what we pay for and ask for .

    Lance (12/20/2007)
     
    very interesting tea. i really enjoyed the flavor and scent. Im not sure if it matters, but some of the leaves would not open fully, so i don’t know if that affects the tea

    John (12/13/2007)
     
    This last batch could have been better; the tea leaves barely expand and so there wasn’t much tea taste

    Toni (11/20/2007)
     
    One of my favorites (although I have tasted better Lan Gui Rens otherwise). But value for price here is outstanding.

    Simon (10/16/2007)
     
    This is hands-down my favourite tea. I can’t get enough of the sweet after taste

    Toni (5/25/2007)
     
    Excellent tea. I really enjoy it as do my children. I will be ordering it again.

    Evelyn (5/3/2007)
     
    I was introduced to this tea on a trip in China. I just love it. I had a hard time finding it again, but was happy when I stumbled upon this website. The tea has an aftertaste that keeps me coming back for more. With a hint of licorice and an all around smooth flavor, it is a household favorite.

    Evelyn (4/20/2007)
     
    Very good, but a little on the sweet side as compared to others of its kind. It has a wonderful finish!

    fredrick a jenet (1/27/2007)
     
    a good daily tea, fresh and with good flavour

    Ricardo (1/3/2007)
     
    My favourite.

    Toni (12/10/2006)
     
    Sweet and easy to brew, this tea has been a favorite with my friends!

    Jennifer (12/5/2006)
     
    Nice flavor, forgiving during brewing. An easy tea to drink!

    Jennifer (12/5/2006)
     
    I didn’t love this one. Liquorice, orchids, ginseng and oolong are all good, but maybe not rolled into one neat little package in my teacup. I liked the scent, which was incense-like, more than the taste.

    Laila (11/12/2006)
     
    This is my favorite tea. I discovered a version in Guangzhou, China on a trip a few years ago. TeaSpring’s is not quite as strong or sweet, but it is an excellent Oolong with a mild sweet ginseng aftertaste. I drink it nearly every day.

    Jeff (10/19/2006)
     
    New favorite tea. Sweet, lingering aftertaste. The leaves unfurl from the pellets and the sweetness diminishes with subsquent infusions. I am happy.

    Alexis (10/7/2006)
     
    This is not the Lan Gui Ren that made me fall in love with the tea. I understand that the real tea-wonk looks down on those who flirt with the flavored greens. I am not a real tea-wonk. I love flavored teas. I like trying new ones. I’m a bit disappointed in this tea. Last year I bought TeaSpring’s Lan Gui Ren and was enchanted by the aroma and the sweetness of the follow-thru. This year, there’s less of that. It’s still a delightful oolong and I’m on my third infusion right now.

    Alexis (10/7/2006)
     
    strange tea. good. similar as a japonese tea. very fresh. it is good.

    Ricardo (10/5/2006)
     
    Another great batch. This has got to be my favourite type of tea!

    Toni (8/20/2006)
     
    Very nice, the taste is subtle and smooth. I especially like the sweet aftertaste.

    Toni (7/26/2006)
     
    I have had this tea and enjoyed it. However my last batch was terrible. It has a very strong licorice flavor.

    Greg (1/24/2006)
     
    Great tea, first tasted in China.

    Filippo (1/15/2006)
     
    Very interesting flavor

    Valeriano (9/4/2005)
     


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