Sat/Sun TeaDay 7/30-31/11 Tea of the Month?


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Tea of the month! What was your tea of the month for July. Please be sure to share. 2 votes

It was black
2
5%
oolong
4
10%
green
15
37%
white
2
5%
pu-erh
2
5%
other
0
No votes
Bonus, from China
7
17%
Bonus, Japan
5
12%
Bonus, Taiwan
2
5%
Bonus, India
1
2%
Bonus, Darjeeling, etc.
0
No votes
Bonus, other
1
2%
 
Total votes : 41

Re: Sat/Sun TeaDay 7/30-31/11 Tea of the Month?

Postby debunix » Jul 31st, '11, 23:57

"Road rage incident"? Eeep!

Must have missed that post.

Today, started with a Long Jing tasting, then moved on to mostlly iced teas--cold brewed Da Yu Ling, and some inexpensive sencha. It wasn't that hot outside, but the house was pretty warm inside, so the cold tea was very refreshing.
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Re: Sat/Sun TeaDay 7/30-31/11 Tea of the Month?

Postby strickmr » Aug 1st, '11, 00:10

Mine would have to be O-Cha's Asamushi Aoi.
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Re: Sat/Sun TeaDay 7/30-31/11 Tea of the Month?

Postby Chip » Aug 1st, '11, 00:12

brlarson wrote:P.S. It is surprising that some drivers are such idiots when driving near bicycles or even motorcycles. Their licenses should be revoked.

Unfortunately this "driver" has placed me in a position where I may be determining his future. I resent this almost as much as I do his life threatening actions. The last 2 days have been horrible in discussing the matter with the police. This guy could do jail time.

debunix wrote:"Road rage incident"? Eeep!

Must have missed that post.

I discussed it on the IM, I have started to do a Miscelleny post, but could not complete it.

I have been so drained by the incident, I have not even been able to post.
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Re: Sat/Sun TeaDay 7/30-31/11 Tea of the Month?

Postby Chip » Aug 1st, '11, 00:15

strickmr wrote:Mine would have to be O-Cha's Asamushi Aoi.

It is a tough call, quite a few good shincha in July. YM, Miyabi, Sakimidori, Hana No Kaori, Aoi from O-Cha. Guricha and Yame from Xell.

Then there is the Kame Gyokuro from O-Cha as well.

Aoi was excellent ... hmm.

I cannot decide.
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Re: Sat/Sun TeaDay 7/30-31/11 Tea of the Month?

Postby strickmr » Aug 1st, '11, 00:20

Chip wrote:
strickmr wrote:Mine would have to be O-Cha's Asamushi Aoi.

It is a tough call, quite a few good shincha in July. YM, Miyabi, Sakimidori, Hana No Kaori, Aoi from O-Cha. Guricha and Yame from Xell.

Then there is the Kame Gyokuro from O-Cha as well.

Aoi was excellent ... hmm.

I cannot decide.


Unfortunately, I haven't had the opportunity to try that many yet. I'm building a stock! :D
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Re: Sat/Sun TeaDay 7/30-31/11 Tea of the Month?

Postby debunix » Aug 1st, '11, 00:44

Hope tea can help keep you grounded, Chip, as you deal with the aftermath.
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Re: Sat/Sun TeaDay 7/30-31/11 Tea of the Month?

Postby Chip » Aug 1st, '11, 00:47

debunix wrote:Hope tea can help keep you grounded, Chip, as you deal with the aftermath.

Thank you kindly.
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