OTTI 15 MountainTea, Range of Taiwan Oolong


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Re: OTTI 15 MountainTea, Range of Taiwan Oolong

Postby Drax » Jul 10th, '12, 11:21

Chip wrote:So, in my mind, a big part of this round is the experience of sampling teas that have been hand picked by the grower for us to sample ... pretty cool. :idea:


Wow, that is really cool! What a great opportunity, thanks for sharing the background info!
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Re: OTTI 15 MountainTea, Range of Taiwan Oolong

Postby laura99 » Jul 10th, '12, 15:23

Drax wrote:
Chip wrote:So, in my mind, a big part of this round is the experience of sampling teas that have been hand picked by the grower for us to sample ... pretty cool. :idea:


Wow, that is really cool! What a great opportunity, thanks for sharing the background info!


+1 Really looking forward to this - thanks again Chip for setting these tastings up for us!
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Re: OTTI 15 MountainTea, Range of Taiwan Oolong

Postby sherubtse » Jul 10th, '12, 15:40

Chip wrote:
sherubtse wrote:Any idea, Chip, when you will be sending out the goodies? :?:

Best wishes,
sherubtse


Likely early next week. They are enroute to me as we speak. As soon as they arrive, the will be packaged and shipped!


That's great! Really looking forward to this OTTI, as I think many others are as well.

Best wishes,
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Re: OTTI 15 MountainTea, Range of Taiwan Oolong

Postby minor_glitch » Jul 10th, '12, 20:10

sherubtse wrote:That's great! Really looking forward to this OTTI, as I think many others are as well.

Absolutely! I'm definitely looking forward to this one. I'm almost completely new to oolong. The only oolong I've ever tried up until now was the inexpensive, "every day" Ed Feng Huang Milan Dancong from Jing.
This should be interesting!
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Re: OTTI 15 MountainTea, Range of Taiwan Oolong

Postby etorix » Jul 11th, '12, 05:51

Edit .. oops, wrong section

im also lookin forward to this, my 1st OTTI

ive tried a fairly wide range of Taiwan oolongs recently, and this company looks interesting
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Re: OTTI 15 MountainTea, Range of Taiwan Oolong

Postby tea.and.peace » Jul 13th, '12, 10:04

Looking forward to trying this OTTI for the first time. Just wanted to say thanks to Chip for offering this program, and all your efforts to make it happen......
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Re: OTTI 15 MountainTea, Range of Taiwan Oolong

Postby sherubtse » Jul 13th, '12, 12:50

tea.and.peace wrote:Just wanted to say thanks to Chip for offering this program, and all your efforts to make it happen......


+1 for sure! :mrgreen:

I'll be doing a bit of background reading to help put the teas into context, as Taiwan Oolongs is an area about which I know nothing.

Best wishes,
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Re: OTTI 15 MountainTea, Range of Taiwan Oolong

Postby MIKE_B » Jul 14th, '12, 11:29

Really looking forward to this one. I am a big fan of gaoshan. I'll be a little more in my element after the last three Japanese OTTIs.
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Re: OTTI 15 MountainTea, Range of Taiwan Oolong

Postby tea.and.peace » Jul 15th, '12, 15:52

I was wondering if we could know what general area you ship the OTTI tea from, Chip?

USA west coast, another country, etc?
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Re: OTTI 15 MountainTea, Range of Taiwan Oolong

Postby demonyc » Jul 16th, '12, 20:38

Looks like an interesting offering, too bad I missed it.

Been off the forums for a while... :oops:
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Re: OTTI 15 MountainTea, Range of Taiwan Oolong

Postby Chip » Jul 16th, '12, 21:17

tea.and.peace wrote:I was wondering if we could know what general area you ship the OTTI tea from, Chip?

USA west coast, another country, etc?

The TeaCave atop Mt. Fuji! 8)

OK, near Philly, PA. :mrgreen:
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Re: OTTI 15 MountainTea, Range of Taiwan Oolong

Postby tea.and.peace » Jul 18th, '12, 11:55

Chip wrote:
tea.and.peace wrote:I was wondering if we could know what general area you ship the OTTI tea from, Chip?

USA west coast, another country, etc?

The TeaCave atop Mt. Fuji! 8)

OK, near Philly, PA. :mrgreen:

Thanks for your response. I grew up in the West Chester area. Now I live in a whole different world on the far northern CA coast.
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Re: OTTI 15 MountainTea, Range of Taiwan Oolong

Postby Poohblah » Jul 22nd, '12, 23:30

what's the status on this OTTI? I just realized it's been two weeks since the OTTI opened, just checking in...
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Re: OTTI 15 MountainTea, Range of Taiwan Oolong

Postby Chip » Jul 24th, '12, 20:23

Poohblah wrote:what's the status on this OTTI? I just realized it's been two weeks since the OTTI opened, just checking in...

Sorry for the delay in replying, I have been getting my mother situated in a new rehab facilty.

All the OTTIs have been packaged with care,
in hopes they will be delivered to TCers near and far!
:mrgreen:

With a little luck these will be shipped tomorrow (Wednesday)! I will post after shipped so you know ...

Shortly after shipping, I will then edit the earlier posts with brewing suggestions, etc.
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Re: OTTI 15 MountainTea, Range of Taiwan Oolong

Postby Chip » Jul 24th, '12, 20:26

... in other news, I have been truly enjoying the prelim samples. Yesterday was mid Roasted Taiwan TGY

And today mid roasted Dong Ding.

Loving the complex aromas coming steep after steep. :!:
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