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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Jun 11th, '14, 12:53

Hallo and Ahoi my dear tea-friends,

soon ZeroZen is going to become 1 year old, sooner than that it will reach 14000 viewers and even sooner than that there will be the 100th tea review presented on ZeroZen. Today with this fine and delicious Jade Da Hong Pao from Chenshi China Tea it is the 98th one so far. Because of this review I was thinking a lot about the past and the start of ZeroZen. But all those thoughts and how I found my love with Chinese tea you are going to read just one click a head in an English summary on ZeroZen ;)!

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/06/11/jade-da-hong-pao/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Jun 14th, '14, 08:55

It is Saturday and so here it comes another fresh and this time green review here on ZeroZen. I really enjoyed this tea session a lot this time not mainly because of the tea but a lot because of the special photos I was able to take. But just see for yourself and like always at the end you will find an English summary. :)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/06/14/longjing-supreme-ming-qian/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Jun 18th, '14, 15:22

This Shuang Jing Lu was really a special gift from a friend. His friend is a tea-farmer in the Shuangjing region and this fine and great Green Tea isn't available to be bought at the moment and it is just produced by a very low amount of 20kg per year. But more and many other facts plus a English summary you are going to read at ZeroZen ;)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/06/18/shuang-jing-lu/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Jun 21st, '14, 12:08

Another fine tea review awaits you just one click a head. This time it is a fine green, mellow and fresh Oolong from Taiwan - Dayuling Oolong. Whatelse you are going to find out about this very flowery and sweet one is following in just a second on ZeroZen ;)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/06/21/dayuling-hochgebirge-oolong/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Jun 25th, '14, 16:07

It is Wednesday and it is shines golden as gold. This review of an marvelous Gaoshan TGY was a pleasure and such a great experience with a completely new type of taste. What it is and what else you are going to find out is just one click away at ZeroZen ;)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/06/25/gaoshan-classic-anxi-tieguanyin/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Jun 28th, '14, 17:28

Today it is an Anxi roasted Oolong at ZeroZen taking a closer look on. But more you will find out just on tiny click ahead on ZeroZen ;)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/06/28/anxi-oolong-premium-gerostet/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Jul 2nd, '14, 17:08

A tea like gold - marvelous and what a experience. A very non-typical TGY on ZeroZen. And again an English summary at the end - like always ;)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/07/02/aged-charcoal-tieguanyin/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Jul 6th, '14, 11:27

On this very warm and sunny Sunday here in Vienna I have something proudly to announce. ZeroZen reached 15000 views. I am really happy about it and thank you for reading and loving tea so much as I do. Today is time for another review about the other brother of the #105 Da Hong Pao Hybrid I reviewed before. The last one was quite a light smoked one but this Wuyi brother is the deeper roasted fellow and how this one tasted and if he could also get a golden rating as the other one got you are going to find out now ;)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/07/06/da-hong-pao-traditionell-105/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Jul 10th, '14, 13:20

I took my time to take my first steps into "Pu'er" but I wanted to start this chapter with something special and I think that this 1950 Meng Hai Sheng was the best start. How his taste was and what else you are going to find out - it is just one click a head at ZeroZen ;)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/07/10/puer-sheng-meng-hai-1950/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Jul 13th, '14, 17:41

A bit of a new concept but more than that a new a fresh Tea-Friend arrived at ZeroZen "TEA HONG" from Hongkong. And I am proud to present the first and marvelous "Snow Orchid" and this just one click a head with an English summary at ZeroZen ;)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/07/13/snow-orchid-xuepian-lanhua-xiang-dan-cong/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Jul 18th, '14, 06:16

It isn't Wednesday or Saturday but Friday and so it is time for a very special and another and the only one this week - review on ZeroZen.

Why only one? The reason is simple. I want to create quality not quantity. No one needs a McDonalds for Tea-Reviews. I got a full time job and it is very stressful. I was able to keep my level of two reviews per week for the last weeks but now it is not possible to do so every week anymore. So it depends - sometime I will be able to create more or only one but I hope you guys can understand my situation. I love ZeroZen that's why I want to stay where I am and this means to keep my quality.

Anyways - talking about quality is a good crossover to this topic. I wanted to you to show something special this week. On Wednesday I received my big China Tea package I ordered from a Taobao store called "Tea Utopia." I was so curious about their tea and I wasn't disappointed by now - they even surpassed my expectations.

This forgotten 40 year aged Baozhong von Pinglin is something really special. But more you are going to find out now ;)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/07/18/wenshan-baozhong-40-jahre-alt/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Jul 27th, '14, 11:40

Another new Review a very special tasting TGY roasted is waiting for you at ZeroZen ;)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/07 ... -gerostet/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby Vivianrichardso... » Jul 30th, '14, 03:33

i think if you really like tea, you will know it is a wise choice to buy from china. for it has a long history in doing this.
i love tea, and i did a lot search about.
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Aug 3rd, '14, 15:42

It is Sunday so it is time for a fresh and new Tea-Review at ZeroZen ;)
This time not only tea the promises an elegant taste also its name sounds like it "Orchid Literati" by Tea Hong. At the end you are going to find an English summary.

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/08 ... n-dancong/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Aug 10th, '14, 12:14

Welcome back to ZeroZen and a very fine Sunday TGY. But take a closer look and find out more. At the end you will find a English summary...like always ;)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/08 ... ieguanyin/
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