Seis de Mayo, 2008


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What is your 2008 harvest order status?

What 2008 harvest order? : O
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I have preordered/ordered new harvest tea but still await delivery : (
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14%
I have begun to receive my new harvest teas : P
14
33%
Other : /
12
28%
 
Total votes : 43

Postby Victoria » May 6th, '08, 18:00

tenuki wrote:Harvest hasn't started yet, what are you talking about? ;P


Yes, I certainly expect there to be this much fuss over the oolong harvest.
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Postby Salsero » May 6th, '08, 18:20

Victoria wrote:I had a nice red tea from Jing this morning - I don't remember the name now.
Ying De. I remember because I had to look it up. Is that the Premuim Gold or the Pre Qing-Ming?

I got confused because I have been lately involved with a medium/light oxidation oolong from Wuyi called Da Ye. The one that ABx was so helpful about. The Ying De is a name new to me.
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Postby Victoria » May 6th, '08, 18:27

It was a sample and unmarked, but by looking at the pictures I would say it was the Premium, as the leaves were dark.

It was a nice morning cup.
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Postby Chip » May 6th, '08, 18:38

tenuki wrote:Harvest hasn't started yet, what are you talking about? ;P



Surely you jest LawnmowerMan.

Trying to motivate myself to go through around 100 registrations and decide who is naughty or nice. Tea would help.
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Postby Chip » May 6th, '08, 18:48

Victoria wrote:
tenuki wrote:Harvest hasn't started yet, what are you talking about? ;P


Yes, I certainly expect there to be this much fuss over the oolong harvest.


There is only one TeaFridge...all other imitations are simply refrigerators with tea in them.
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Postby Victoria » May 6th, '08, 19:00

Chip wrote:
Victoria wrote: Yes, I certainly expect there to be this much fuss over the oolong harvest.


There is only one TeaFridge...all other imitations are simply refrigerators with tea in them.

I, of course, am hoping for 2x the fuss if I have to generate it all myself.
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Postby ThinkingOutLoud » May 6th, '08, 19:46

henley wrote:*scratches head & ponders* Now if I could just figure out how my two kids got here... :wink:


Had a good laugh out loud at that one. Of course, you realize that the not knowing means #3 is just around the corner ....

Spring Darjeeling is in my tea cabinet and is quite yummy. Started the day with Irish Breakfast, moved on to White Peony and ended with Chiran Kanayamidori (thanks, Joel!), which was really nice with sushi.
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Postby jim109 » May 6th, '08, 20:00

Pre ordered Shincha - Uji Miyabi fom O-Cha. I believe they said it would ship around May 10-11. Yunnan Gold again this morning. Didn't finish my cup on the way to work yesterday.. Tried it on the way home when it was cool. Darn that tea is good no matter what you do with it!!! Jim
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Postby Salsero » May 6th, '08, 20:38

ThinkingOutLoud wrote:Of course, you realize that the not knowing means #3 is just around the corner ....
:shock:
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Postby henley » May 6th, '08, 20:44

ThinkingOutLoud wrote:
henley wrote:*scratches head & ponders* Now if I could just figure out how my two kids got here... :wink:


Had a good laugh out loud at that one. Of course, you realize that the not knowing means #3 is just around the corner ....

:shock: Noooo way!!! Two is plenty.

Placed a tea order today & the strangest thing happened...out of the 5 teas I ordered, only one of them was black. Looking forward to the arrival of my orange blossom oolong. Off to make some white blueberry to finish the day.

Want some sweet tea? :wink:
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Postby olivierco » May 6th, '08, 20:54

Chip wrote:There is only one TeaFridge...all other imitations are simply refrigerators with tea in them.


At least there is always some sencha in my teafridge imitation. I didn't run out out of sencha this year unlike certain Moddi... :D

Starting this new Teaday kind of early today (It is now 3 AM for me) with my usual Yunnan Golden Tips
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Postby Chip » May 6th, '08, 21:02

olivierco wrote:
Chip wrote:There is only one TeaFridge...all other imitations are simply refrigerators with tea in them.


At least there is always some sencha in my teafridge imitation. I didn't run out out of sencha this year unlike certain Moddi... :D
Starting this new Teaday kind of early today (It is now 3 AM for me) with my usual Yunnan Golden Tips


Actually...I look like genius after all Olivier. My last straight good sencha was yesterday (I have about a gram left)....my shincha arrived TODAY!!! Come on...this is a true TeaMaster Mind!!!! 8)
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Postby Salsero » May 6th, '08, 21:08

Chip wrote:...this is a true TeaMaster Mind!!!!
All hail his Supreme Green Awesomeness.






(but you did sound just a tad nervous yesterday ... maybe that was just my imagination.)
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Postby RussianSoul » May 6th, '08, 21:17

Am I the only one who still waits for her spring tea? Ah, no. There are five of us according to the poll. It sure feels lonely :( ... I ordered 3 shincha's from o-Cha and and several 2008 green teas from TeaSpring. And I am thinking about spring Darjeeling's.

I am drinking Rishi's Silver Needle. I like it better than Adagio's Silver Needle. Oops, did I say it out loud? So sorry! But it tastes fuller, rounder and sweeter somehow.
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Postby Space Samurai » May 6th, '08, 21:37

There was tea. I drank some.

but...

Today has been the most awesome day this year!
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