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Wu Yi Tea Reviews

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What is Wuyi tea? This latest craze you see everywhere about a "Wuyi Tea", being promoted as a 4,000 year old ancient Chinese secret that will help you lose weight - well, that's just selling you a mountain's name!

Not sure if that last sentence made much sense. What I mean is that they're selling the idea that "Wu Yi Tea" is some ancient Chinese tea, but in fact, it's simply the name of the mountain (Wu Yi) where some of the most famous Chinese tea are grown. Don't buy in to the hype! In fact, if you read carefully on the different websites selling the so called "Wuyi Tea", you'll see that it is simply one of the many varieties of Oolong tea (Wulong). This also brings into question whether the Wu Yi tea sold are actually sourced from the Wu Yi Mountain. Who knows?

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Dont fall for this scam!! September 02, 2009
Reviewer: Mei from Miami, FL

Definitely one of the biggest scams out there!
Advertising were very convincing because I was roped in! Tea tastes grosse (even after adding sweetener and lemon!) Once you've fallen for the "only pay $2 for shipping and handling", you will find it near impossible to stop this order and also find that you've been automatically added to another subscription for something totally unrelated! bad idea, would rather go to the store and buy something that doesnt work, at least they cant keep taking money off my credit card!

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