It's the end of world...


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It's the end of world...

Postby bsteele » Jan 27th, '10, 16:33

...and you have to pick your last drink. What tea would you pick? :mrgreen:

(Originally, I thought of one tea for the rest of your life... but... naaahhhh)

Edit #2: Yeah, let's go also pick one tea for life :)
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Re: It's the end of world...

Postby olivierco » Jan 27th, '10, 16:50

I would say a big chawan of koicha. (Ummon no mukashi or Manten)

If it had been one tea for the rest of my life: gyokuro (Tsuru Jiru Shi, Yume no Ukihashi or Tenka Ichi)
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Re: It's the end of world...

Postby Victoria » Jan 27th, '10, 16:53

AliShan Traditional from Floating Leaves Tea. Out of stock, hopefully my wish will be magically granted.
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Re: It's the end of world...

Postby AdamMY » Jan 27th, '10, 17:00

If its truly the end of the world as in money will have no meaning in say a long enough time for me to receive the tea and drink it, I might just binge on a tea that is critically acclaimed, as in perhaps buy a chunk of 60's Red label and just brew into oblivion.

Or buy a large amount of Premo matcha and whisk and drink till the world is no more.


As for one tea for the rest of my life,

I feel I like variety too much to even contemplate a decent answer to that.
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Re: It's the end of world...

Postby Proinsias » Jan 27th, '10, 22:45

phew, that topic title was a little distressing.

Now I know it's not actually the end of the world.....

Maybe detail brewing a nice bit of oolong over a month or so :mrgreen:

One tea for life, hmmm. Tongs of some top notch new sheng maybe, it can grow old with me then.
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Re: It's the end of world...

Postby teashionista » Jan 28th, '10, 01:52

For the last drink I'll take a da hong pao - assuming I'll have enough time for a good gong fu session. Oh, and I'm still in search of the *ultimate* dhp!

Tea for life... that would have to be a traditional TGY (40-50% oxidized and roasted). My favorite was from Floating Leaves last winter. Unfortunately, Shuiwen's stash was small and I ran out of the carefully rationed 2 oz I bought by April. Haven't had a memorable traditional TGY since :(
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Re: It's the end of world...

Postby LauraW » Jan 28th, '10, 11:08

Hm, tough choice. Last drink might just have to be my CurrantBerry blend...

One drink for eternity... probably Osmanthus Oolong. I haven't had it in at least 6 months, but I can still remember so much about it - a tea that stays with you like that is a treasure.

I just hope the next time I get it that I haven't built it up too much in my head, and it turns out to be not as amazing as I remember :shock: :cry:
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Re: It's the end of world...

Postby TubbyCow » Jan 28th, '10, 13:13

LauraW wrote:I just hope the next time I get it that I haven't built it up too much in my head, and it turns out to be not as amazing as I remember


That's the worst! I've definitely had teas I loved and by the time I got back to them again, my tastes have changed enough I don't really dig them anymore. Always sad.

Hm... One tea for life would probably be a non-roasted TGY. Final cup... Something with a lot of vodka in it.
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Re: It's the end of world...

Postby LauraW » Jan 28th, '10, 14:21

TubbyCow wrote:Final cup... Something with a lot of vodka in it.

:shock: A good point though... if not tea, probably Scotch.
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