Whoa, check these out a PS.


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Whoa, check these out a PS.

Postby shogun89 » Dec 1st, '08, 16:39

As some of you know I was previously quite angry about someone buying the last of those Tibetan (not the Xiaguan) bricks before I got one. Anyway look at thes new ones. They are big and ugly, must get one! Probably get the second one.

http://www.puerhshop.com/index.php?main ... cts_id=691
http://www.puerhshop.com/index.php?main ... cts_id=692
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Postby Dizzwave » Dec 1st, '08, 16:41

Wow, those are cheap. Do let us know how they are!
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Postby shogun89 » Dec 1st, '08, 16:44

Dizzwave wrote:Wow, those are cheap. Do let us know how they are!


Yeah they are! Probably will wait a few weeks as I just got a PS order in. But it looks like one of those deal that is good for the money. They look "interesting".
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Postby Salsero » Dec 1st, '08, 17:30

shogun89 wrote: They look "interesting".
The first is unattractive looking, the second is just plain ugly.
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Postby shogun89 » Dec 1st, '08, 17:35

Salsero wrote:
shogun89 wrote: They look "interesting".
The first is unattractive looking, the second is just plain ugly.


Exactly! Yeah, they are pretty darn ugly little things. .. . .
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Postby heavydoom » Dec 1st, '08, 17:47

the operative words are : cow dung/manure. :lol:
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Postby shogun89 » Dec 1st, '08, 18:08

heavydoom wrote:the operative words are : cow dung/manure. :lol:


There ya go. :D
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Postby hop_goblin » Dec 1st, '08, 19:26

I have a sample of Sichaun Tea that was sent to me. I was planning on making some butter tea . Perhaps I may post my adventure on my blog :D
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Postby shogun89 » Dec 1st, '08, 19:29

hop_goblin wrote:I have a sample of Sichaun Tea that was sent to me. I was planning on making some butter tea . Perhaps I may post my adventure on my blog :D


ah, please do! And if you have enough please try it without the butter as well.
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Postby devites » Dec 1st, '08, 20:52

Yeah I recently posted about butter tea. Not to hijack the thread, but does anyone know any good bricks to use.
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Postby shogun89 » Dec 1st, '08, 21:42

devites wrote:Yeah I recently posted about butter tea. Not to hijack the thread, but does anyone know any good bricks to use.


Have you read Tony and my reviews on the Xiaguan Tibetan Flame bricks yet. They are in the Puerh Shop review section. Thats the brick you want. And they are cheap, $4.99/250g. brick
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Postby tony shlongini » Dec 1st, '08, 22:43

shogun89 wrote:
devites wrote:Yeah I recently posted about butter tea. Not to hijack the thread, but does anyone know any good bricks to use.


Have you read Tony and my reviews on the Xiaguan Tibetan Flame bricks yet. They are in the Puerh Shop review section. Thats the brick you want. And they are cheap, $4.99/250g. brick


You betcha. If you throw one in along with your next order, I'll bet that you get another the next time around. It's about as humble as a tea can be, but it delivers a very satisfying cup. You may want to keep a strainer handy, though.....
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Postby shogun89 » Dec 1st, '08, 22:46

tony shlongini wrote:
shogun89 wrote:
devites wrote:Yeah I recently posted about butter tea. Not to hijack the thread, but does anyone know any good bricks to use.


Have you read Tony and my reviews on the Xiaguan Tibetan Flame bricks yet. They are in the Puerh Shop review section. Thats the brick you want. And they are cheap, $4.99/250g. brick


You betcha. If you throw one in along with your next order, I'll bet that you get another the next time around. It's about as humble as a tea can be, but it delivers a very satisfying cup. You may want to keep a strainer handy, though.....


For some reason I did not catch alot in my strainer. They all stopped in my ball filter.
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Re: Whoa, check these out a PS.

Postby Jeremy » Dec 2nd, '08, 13:39

shogun89 wrote:As some of you know I was previously quite angry about someone buying the last of those Tibetan (not the Xiaguan) bricks before I got one. Anyway look at thes new ones. They are big and ugly, must get one! Probably get the second one.

http://www.puerhshop.com/index.php?main ... cts_id=691
http://www.puerhshop.com/index.php?main ... cts_id=692


Dude this one looks like its glowing purple, are you guys sure this stuff is actually consumable?

http://www.puerhshop.com/index...cts_id=692


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Re: Whoa, check these out a PS.

Postby PolyhymnianMuse » Dec 2nd, '08, 14:10

Jeremy wrote:
shogun89 wrote:As some of you know I was previously quite angry about someone buying the last of those Tibetan (not the Xiaguan) bricks before I got one. Anyway look at thes new ones. They are big and ugly, must get one! Probably get the second one.

http://www.puerhshop.com/index.php?main ... cts_id=691
http://www.puerhshop.com/index.php?main ... cts_id=692


Dude this one looks like its glowing purple, are you guys sure this stuff is actually consumable?

http://www.puerhshop.com/index...cts_id=692


:twisted:


LOL I think that picture just has an odd choice of lighting. Heres the other picture they have of it: Image

However, I do agree with whoever said... dung... :twisted:
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