Yeah, the leaves rolled into little pellets is a pretty traditional manner of preparation, and you can find green, oolong, and black teas made like this. Although I'm not a big fan of Teavanna, their Copper Knot Hongcha is a pretty solid, if unremarkable, black tea which is prepared similarly. It's also one of their less expensive blends. Last two bowls were Irish Oak. One in the Astas billiard, one in the Croft's Premium Canadian. After that I've had two cheap cigars, both of which I enjoyed. It's been a good day so far!