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Ying Kee Tea House

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Ying Kee Tea House

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74freddiey wrote a review Nov 2019
483 contributions6 helpful votes
真的是價錢公道的老牌子,完全沒有什麼不好或坑人的商品,覺得真是一分錢一分貨的地方,連本地人都會常來的老茶莊,覺得散裝的普洱很棒,適合來旅遊但是又一定要喝茶的成年人來買個二兩回飯店泡,六安茶也是少數有許多選擇的地方。推推 This is an old local tea brand with fair price and quality, very recommend to visit and bring a small portion of tea back to hotel to enjoy, and come back to buy the tea you enjoyed and bring it back to your country, especially Pu Er tea.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Anastasia wrote a review May 2019
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Was on holiday in HK for a few days. Bought some tea at Ying Kee (tsim sha tsui area) to bring back to the US. The old lady at the shop was very kind & helpful. She recommended the kind of tea that I might like. I've never enjoyed drinking tea this much. I love my green tea, rosebud & globe amaranth teas! I drink 1-2 cups everyday. They are the finest, so flavorful indeed!Thanks, Ying Kee! I'll definitely buy more on my next visit to HK.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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heliumtar wrote a review Apr 2019
Hong Kong, China4 contributions
We brought Chinese tea in Leaf Tea Boutique and Ying Kee Tea House. Chinese tea in Hong Kong comes in an array of flavors; most popular of which are green tea, black tea, oolong, white tea, and pu’er tea (fermented tea).These are best gifts for friends and family who don’t drink coffee but take tea.The Chineses love their tea, and they actually make a good job of it. Tea is the second most consumed drink across the globe because of its calming properties and unprecedented health benefits.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Januar Kurniawan wrote a review Oct 2017
Jakarta, Indonesia302 contributions31 helpful votes
We love brew and drink Chinese tea and become tradition in our family. When we have chance travel to Hong Kong, one of we never miss is find the Fine Chinese Tea. After found the Ying Kee Tea House from the internet. After we meet the shop, the have many kind finest Chinese tea like old fermented tea Puh Erl, Taiwanese Mountain Oolong tea like Tung Ting and Alishan, or finest Ti Kuan Yi from China Mainland. The Manager of shop is very kind, he give us the 'way' to make proper brewing Chinese tea. We have buy some Oolong tea, and quality is very good. If you Chinese tea lover, this the one best place in Hong Kong you need to stop by.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Aaron P wrote a review Apr 2017
Kensington, Maryland357 contributions106 helpful votes
We loved visiting here. The staff were extremely helpful, showing us the different types of tea, helping us understand the nuances and different uses of the tea. I would highly recommend stopping here to better understand the tea in HK
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Date of experience: February 2017
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