wyardley wrote:With the wetter stored one, are you breaking it up and airing it out before brewing, or just breaking it off right from the cake? I would see if that works rather than doing a refresher roast before brewing.
GreenwoodStudio wrote:Kyarazen, it's nice to see you here. Since I've become obsessed with all things agarwood I've seen your name a good bit in other online forums. Your Subitism burners seem to get rave reveiws! I've been working on some ceramic burners myself using a mica bearing clay I just wanted to say hello and it's nice to see you share a love of the leaf as well as the wood!
Drax wrote:Thanks to TokyoB for dropping by earlier -- we managed to try a bunch of teas in a short period. Whew! With thanks to Origin Tea and HouDe...
Chip wrote:Drax wrote:Thanks to TokyoB for dropping by earlier -- we managed to try a bunch of teas in a short period. Whew! With thanks to Origin Tea and HouDe...
Drax, thanks for sharing with us. Great photo and it's always nice hearing that TCers are getting together to share their TeaPassion!
Glad you had such a nice time sharing tea, maybe one day we can have a Mid-Atlantic Region TeaChat TeaPartaay!