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what to buy?

Postby guitarfreak2641 » Jan 9th, '07, 18:00

I am a little new to the tea world and I realy love tea, but I was wondering if anyone could tell me were I could get some realy good green tea. I am looking to get some loose tea.

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Postby Ed » Jan 9th, '07, 19:20

http://www.teachat.com/viewtopic.php?t=80&start=165

Are you going to drink it or smoke it? :?

Try the sampler or get individual samples of your own choosing so you can see what's out there. Put the bong away, though, and get out your tea cup. :idea:
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Postby guitarfreak2641 » Jan 9th, '07, 20:17

im going to drink it, and I just ordered the sample pack.
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Postby Ed » Jan 9th, '07, 20:48

Good plan. 8)

The li zi nutcracker and the kukicha are tasty. The others in the sample are good, too...
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Postby guitarfreak2641 » Jan 9th, '07, 20:50

ya they sound great for the price. I was also wondering if jasmine #12 is any good.
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Postby kissmyhuman » Jan 9th, '07, 21:27

With jasmine teas, people either love them or hate them because they do have a fairly dominant floral note in the flavor. I'd suggest ordering a sample of it before going with a bigger order. It also tends to hide the grassiness that green teas have which you may find to be to your advantage.
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Postby guitarfreak2641 » Jan 9th, '07, 21:35

thanks
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Postby Space Samurai » Jan 28th, '07, 05:57

I have a done lot of business with Rishi Tea, http://www.rishi-tea.com, and they have a fantastic selection of green teas. My favorite is the kuki matcha, and the organic sencha is a perfect everyday green tea, tastes great, it's organic, and so affordable it comes to about .5-.10 cents a cup.

Another good place to look is http://www.teaspring.com.
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