Chip wrote:Don't give up so easily. I might be encouraged to spill ... I am quite psyched about it!
nickE wrote:Chip wrote:Don't give up so easily. I might be encouraged to spill ... I am quite psyched about it!
debunix wrote:Neat idea--the crossover. Several types of teas from one tea-growing area or producer or cultivar of tea could be just as interesting as several producers/cultivars/tea-growing areas' versions of one type of tea. A green and white and a regular black darjeeling, a puerh and green and white tea from the same Yunnan mountain....
debunix wrote:I really enjoyed having my OTTI #7 samples labelled in 'code', without the maker on the bags. I could enjoy the teas and write unbiased notes, and waited long enough between my first set of infusions and the 2nd to have forgotten which was which, mostly.
Not sure I'd buy in to a complete mystery OTTI, however, because a black tea OTTI might do me in.
mosshorn wrote:EDIT: Saw a matcha OTTI is a possibility, so I +1 that