Iron Buddha

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Renowned for its superior quality tea bags, Rickshaw now joins expert tea blenders Lipton to present Rickshaw Iron Buddha Tea Bags. 1) Drawing on its rich experience in Chinese teas, Rickshaw has carefully selected tea leaves from China’s top plantations and processes them to deliver the ultimate enjoyment in every cup. 2) using the latest production techniques, top blender Lipton ensures that each tea bag captures the essence of the original leaves to provide a beverage that’s soothing and satisfying to the last drop. Product of China.

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A rare just-the-two-of-us excursion for hubby and me yesterday. Springfield, MO. Home of THE Bass Pro Shop (for you outdoor enthusiasts) and a plethora of yummy used bookstores. Lunch at Zio’s…chicken manicotti that’ll put you in an alfredo coma.

And since I spent all my discretionary fundage on books, when we hit the Seoul Oriental Market, I couldn’t not try a new tea, but it had to be a Cheapster. So at $2.15 for 25 bags…why not?

Very little English on the box, so it was a mystery steep. And a nice one! This is a really pleasant bagged oolong. Given oolong-ish parameters (< boiling, about 2 1/2 min), it has a golden oak furniture finish and tastes uncannily like Wrigley’s Juicy Fruit.


Woah what an odd combination – juicy fruit and oak?? LOL I kinda want some now!


Clarification—oak refers more to the color than the flavor. I have a candy barrel I use for an end table that I was staring at when I wrote that. But for a cheap bagged oolong, it’s surprisingly tasty.

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1)Can someone tell me what rickshaw iron buddha tea is for? 2)Is it just black tea? 3)Is it a slimming tea? 4)Is it for cholesterol? Many thanks.

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