Oh wow, I have replies here
the "view your posts" button, but not really pressed it..
Thanks for your welcoming words
fuut wrote:Most countries only offer coffee in trains and planes.
Usually both on offer here, but I almost never get coffee; unbearable!
Maybe I'll scoff at tea bags at some point in the future, but for now I don't mind them. Unless of course it's "relaxation" or "friendship" or whatever those strange-tasting tisane bags are called...
bliss wrote:Hey neighbour!
Nice to see you getting into tea. White tea really struck a chord with me too the first time I tried it. I don't have any at home at the moment, mainly since I'm quite fond of having it at a place in Malmö (konsthallen) where they have a decent loose leaf Bai Mu Dan. Something rare in Sweden, it's mainly fruity crap here otherwise.
Tjena granne! -- if my Swedish holds water. Nice to see you here in tea land
Haven't found anywhere that serves decent (non-scented) tea around here yet, except a tea store where the staff will brew up anything they have on offer; white peony, regular green and black, matcha... and another 100 scented teas.
I asked them about puerh; that had only happened a handful of times for as long as the shop has existed, according to the staff! They have some sheng cakes for display, but nothing for sale. Good thing we have the Internet!!