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Aloha from Hawaii!

Postby splray » Feb 11th, '08, 22:41

I'm new here, and just wanted say hello. I've just recently switched from coffee to tea, and the variety with tea is absolutely awesome!
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Postby Tsukiko » Feb 11th, '08, 22:50

Hello :) Welcome
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Postby Chip » Feb 11th, '08, 22:59

Aloha back at you splray!! Welcome to TeaChat and to the world and passion of TEA.

I see that you already found TeaDay, great. I hope you can stop by everyday and share what is in your cup and participate in the daily discussion.

How do you say tea in Hawaiian???
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Postby Victoria » Feb 11th, '08, 23:00

Welcome!! I have a black tea from Hawaii with pineapple that is awesome, one of my favorites. Hard to find here on the mainland, but not for you!

Welcome to TeaChat!
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Postby Sam. » Feb 12th, '08, 01:05

Welcome!

Chip: TeaDay has become such a huge hit!
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Postby Pentox » Feb 12th, '08, 02:14

Aloha! Welcome to the land of teaddicts.
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Postby Chip » Feb 12th, '08, 02:33

scarrell wrote:Welcome!

Chip: TeaDay has become such a huge hit!


Yes scarrell, it is very exciting, isn't it!!! I love hearing from such a large cross section of TeaChat...it is truly amazing. Thanx for commenting and particpating.

BTW, I am always looking for TeaDay daily TeaPoll suggestions. Please PM them to me. Thanx.
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Postby splray » Feb 14th, '08, 14:57

Thanks for the warm welcomes!

In Hawaiian, tea would be ki. If you wanted to say hot tea, you could say wela ki (vela key).
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Postby Wesli » Feb 14th, '08, 15:03

A low Ha!

ok, that was pretty lame...



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Postby splray » Feb 14th, '08, 15:16

Mahalo, or thank you.

My first few batch of teas were tea bags from the supermarket. I wanted to try loose leaf tea, similar to Chinese restaurants but better. My quest for tea took me through China Town recently. There was a lot of shops that had different kinds of tea, but a lot of those shops were really busy, with lines going out the door. I managed to find some secret gunpowder green tea, and a fujian oolong tea. I really like the green tea!
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Postby RNteajunkie » Feb 14th, '08, 16:23

Spiray,
Welcome! I am new to loose tea also. It can be addicting. Enjoy!
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