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Postby Blueberriesandt... » Sep 12th, '07, 10:00

Hello!
I've loved tea ever since my pre-school tea party days but In the last few years I've really started exploring tea and now I find I'm very picky about what I drink. I've been lurking here to learn more so I can become really snooty about my tea drinking.
Just kidding!
I really want to figure out what I really enjoy so I can stop just guessing and buying stuff that I don't enjoy and having it just sit on the shelf.

"Life is too short to drink bad tea."
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Re: another tea lover jumping in

Postby Chip » Sep 12th, '07, 10:36

blueberriesandtea wrote:Hello!
I've loved tea ever since my pre-school tea party days but In the last few years I've really started exploring tea and now I find I'm very picky about what I drink. I've been lurking here to learn more so I can become really snooty about my tea drinking.
Just kidding!
I really want to figure out what I really enjoy so I can stop just guessing and buying stuff that I don't enjoy and having it just sit on the shelf.

"Life is too short to drink bad tea."


Welcome wife of one and mom of two!

It is funny, you are the third person in 2 days who I have heard say, "life is too short to drink bad tea."

I have a tendency to hang onto bad tea...letting it sit for a year or two til I relegate it to the "tea bath" inventory.
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Re: another tea lover jumping in

Postby Mocha Wheels » Sep 12th, '07, 11:07

blueberriesandtea wrote:Hello!
I've loved tea ever since my pre-school tea party days but In the last few years I've really started exploring tea and now I find I'm very picky about what I drink. I've been lurking here to learn more so I can become really snooty about my tea drinking.
Just kidding!
I really want to figure out what I really enjoy so I can stop just guessing and buying stuff that I don't enjoy and having it just sit on the shelf.

"Life is too short to drink bad tea."


welcome! i too am picky... i don't like floral teas and with the exceptions of white pear, black rhubarb, and adagio's valentine's teas i do not like fruity teas unless they are iced and those i only drink in the summer if at all.
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Postby xine » Sep 12th, '07, 11:34

Welcome! I too, have a shelf of bad tea that I don't want to part with because I feel like it would be a waste. Gah! Enjoy the boards!
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Postby zipp » Sep 12th, '07, 11:50

welcome BBandT (HA)
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Postby Wesli » Sep 12th, '07, 11:51

Welcome, and good luck to you blueberries!
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Postby henley » Sep 12th, '07, 14:34

Welcome! I, too, am learning what I like & don't like. Also like you , I hate to throw tea out. It's in the bottom of the tea drawer. Bad mommy has it stashed for my daughter when she wants tea or a tea party w/her friends. Being 4, she's not quite as picky (yet!). ~Henley
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Postby Space Samurai » Sep 12th, '07, 15:39

Hey BB&T, I didn't notice at first that you live in Fort Worth. Come over to Central Market on Hulen and 30 sometime and ask for me. I'm the Grocery lead there and will be happy to give you some tea samples or answer any questions.

-Alex
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Postby Wesli » Sep 12th, '07, 21:00

tha hook-up!
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Postby Chip » Sep 12th, '07, 21:39

hmmm, space never offered me free samples...wassup wit dat, bro?
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Postby Space Samurai » Sep 12th, '07, 22:15

Its not like you can walk into my store, but any of you guys hop on a train, plane, or car, Chip, you can ride your bike, and mosey on down her to ol' Fort Worth, and I'll see what I can do for you.
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Re: another tea lover jumping in

Postby skywarrior » Sep 13th, '07, 01:20

Tea bath? :?:
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Postby Chip » Sep 13th, '07, 08:09

lol...I was wondering if anyone caught that.

Why not take a tea bath with all the old tea we are not going to drink? Sounds good to me.
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Postby Mocha Wheels » Sep 13th, '07, 08:42

chip wrote:lol...I was wondering if anyone caught that.

Why not take a tea bath with all the old tea we are not going to drink? Sounds good to me.


LOL now i know everyone will think i'm nuts but there was a comment by someone about eating tea leaves... well i have a chocolate tea and was thinking about putting the leaves in chocolatey delight special k lol but i think i need to find someone w/ more guts to be my guinea pig :lol:
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Postby skywarrior » Sep 13th, '07, 12:24

chip wrote:lol...I was wondering if anyone caught that.

Why not take a tea bath with all the old tea we are not going to drink? Sounds good to me.


I suppose if you want to skip the tanning booths... (Not that I use tanning booths :roll: )
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