teaskeptic wrote:Wuyi and gyokuro both sound great to me.
marlena wrote:I would like to see Kenya, Bolivia, Vietnam and other different locations. Some of these teas are very good, some are awful, but they are neglected areas of tea production. Perhaps the US, British and others could also be covered. We could break new ground!
marlena wrote:Perhaps the US, British and others could also be covered.
Mr. Usaji wrote:Tea snobs seem to be interested only in China, Taiwan, and Japan (and Korea), but I don't know if that's because very little good tea is grown in other countries, or because they don't export it, or it's just that tea snobs are prejudiced. Maybe a combination of the three.marlena wrote:Perhaps the US, British and others could also be covered.
I challenge you to show me some tea grown in the US (not counting Hawaii) or Britain!
Mr. Usaji wrote:Wow, I wonder if it's any good. At $10 for 1.6 oz, I hope people don't use it for "sweet tea"!
I can't believe they grow tea in Britain, though. If they could, I'm sure they would have been doing it for centuries.
edkrueger wrote:Did I mention Gyokuro?