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Postby Victoria » Feb 26th, '08, 19:07

Chip wrote:I am also likely getting this set. It is used for making "drop gyokuro tea" ...kind of a new fad. I have been looking for an actual set for a while. It can be made w/o it...but I want it. To make this, you use a lot of leaf and very little water. The tea almost comes out in drops. And yes...it is a virtual Japanese version of a Gaiwan.
Susuricha set

Wow I was looking at that VERY set yesterday just before I pushed the buy button!
It's very nice!

Andy825 - Be sure to post pics of your new Teaware on the Teaware page! We want to see!

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Postby andy825 » Feb 26th, '08, 19:41

Oh, I certainly will. There is a thread for posting pics of your tea collection as well. I believe I am now motivated to clear out the tea cabinet and do a little organizing so I can take some pictures of all my cool tea and tea ware. I know there is some stuff on the back of the top shelf that I haven't seen in years...

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Postby Wesli » Feb 27th, '08, 01:24

Welcome to ze teachat Andy

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