Probably not so much your "lack of experience" as your sense of value and proportion in life! I think a number of us (me included ) tend to forget that this stuff is just tea!jogrebe wrote:Maybe it it just my lack of experience but there gets to be a point where the increase in price no longer seems to match up with increased enjoyment in the cup.
While most tea is really not very expensive in modest amounts, a lot of us here can attest that it is easy to get caught up in fervor and spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on stuff that really provides little increase in potable joy and only a short term jolt of pleasure in the buying and fondling.
I would like to thank jogrebe and the small number of other sober chatters who occasionally (usually shyly and apologetically) mention the value/price quotient.
Aside from that little rant, I didn't know you drank Sencha, jogrebe. What Fuka do you have in that cup today?
I'm still working on this morning's Yunnan Simao black with a dash of stale Kenyan thrown in to add some bite (that experiment failed, BTW).