My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

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My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Aug 19th, '13, 04:54

Ohayo everyone,

I was not sure if it makes any sense at all to post my blog here because and simply said it is in "German". But I would be happy if someone could still enjoy it or maybe speaks German. It is all about japanese teas most of the time. So here it is. Hope you like it. :)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/

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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby BioHorn » Aug 19th, '13, 10:54

Servus.
Thank you for sharing. Those are some beautiful images!

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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Aug 19th, '13, 11:15

Thank you :) I really put a lot of time, heart and effort into these reviews. So I really appreciate such kind words :) In fact to finalize a complete review it takes me around 8-10 hours. But as I said I really love it and it's my passion. So it is work but one I really enjoy to do ;)

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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby Chip » Aug 19th, '13, 12:40

Thank you for sharing. Beautiful.

I activated your link for you (usually new members have to wait and do X posts for links to automatically activate).

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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Aug 19th, '13, 14:06

Oh thank you :)

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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Mar 12th, '14, 04:47

ZeroZen went through a lot of changes because I always want to improve myself. I am sorry that there is still no English part but I am thinking about that. My English isn't that bad but not as accurate as my German. That's why I am not so sure if I should add at least an English résumé at the end of every review. What do you guys think about that?

But maybe at the meantime you guys are still able to enjoy my posts maybe with google translate. So here it goes another new review on this Wednesday. ;)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/03/12/sencha-osawa/

By the way. Some time ago I wrote a huge article about yixing clay types, origins and what you should take care of. This one you can also find on ZeroZen ^_____~

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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby Alex » Mar 12th, '14, 04:58

What a glorious blog!

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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Mar 12th, '14, 05:01

thank you ^______^

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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby Chip » Mar 12th, '14, 11:53

Yes, adding English would be great! Looks like you have reviewed pretty many Japanese greens ... :mrgreen:

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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Mar 15th, '14, 05:49

Today is saturday and here comes a new review an ZeroZen, this is the first review I tried out something new. At the end of every article there will be an English resume like in this case. So if you scroll down to the bottom of it you will find a compact text about the important facts of this Alishan Oolong.

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/03/15/alishan-oolong/

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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby William » Mar 15th, '14, 06:58

Nice article! :D

Have a nice (tea) day my friend!

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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Mar 15th, '14, 08:02

Thank you ;) and I wish you the same too ^___~

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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Mar 19th, '14, 10:32

Here it comes tea-folks a new article on ZeroZen. Like I promised there is again an English resume for my non-german readers at the end of this article. I wish you guys as much fun with the pictures and reading like I had while I tasted this great Maofeng from Jadequell which received a full rating. Why? Just see for yourself ^_____~

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/03/19/federspitze-huangshan-maofeng/

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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Mar 22nd, '14, 07:05

It is Saturday and so another tea review on ZeroZen. This resume is quite a long one for you guys because here it was quite a special one that created a nice flavor inside my tea cups. This Master Dong Ding reached the third place in a Taiwanese national competition. So, if this is also my result or maybe a better one, you will see here. Have fun and thank you for reading ^_____~

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/03/22/meister-dong-ding/

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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Mar 26th, '14, 13:20

Another review, this time a Sencha from Saitama, Japan is waiting for you my tea-friends. At the end you will find again an English resume. I hope you enjoy it ^_________~

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/03/26/sayamacha-green-roast-sencha/

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