Salsero wrote:I think most of us are forced to be solitary tea drinkers in our daily lives, but we are social drinkers at heart. That's why we come here. Padre, you seem to be doing a great job of spreading the word about tea at your work, but you seem to be a little more assertive than some of us.
I am the opposite. I am a solitary drinker often forced into social tea settings. I do not mind once in a while with very close friends, but as I said I tend to enjoy it more alone. BUT at work, and friends' homes my gadgets and loose leaves get puzzled looks from the adverage bottled or bagged tea drinker. I feel very led to educate needless to say. I also drink a wide range of herbs and some I have grown and blended myself, cancer and other problems related to the body's need to detox seem to be everywhere and I try to get the afflicted interested. Tea makes me social wether I like it or not. In a good way, but a hermit will be a hermit regardless.
I am not sure wether any of that made sense. I am quite tired from the long journey I have just returned from.