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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby Poseidon » Mar 26th, '14, 13:53

Beautiful blog/pictures! If only I could read German.
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Mar 29th, '14, 10:35

ZeroZen reached the 100 post and today it is also a special one I really enjoyed. I quite felt in love with dan congs and today it is a ba xian dan cong that joined my tea cups in a very delightful way but for more just see for yourself and like always at the end their is an English resume ;)
Thank you for reading and I wish you all the best ^___~

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/03/29/ba-xian-dan-cong/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Apr 2nd, '14, 01:02

Another fresh and new ZeroZen review awaits you just a click ahead. This time it is the first black tea a keemun traditional, that is visiting the virtual halls of ZeroZen ;). I hope you enjoy it and at the end there is an English resume again ^_______~


http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/04/02/keemun-traditionell/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Apr 5th, '14, 05:16

On this Saturday our journey leads us to a new Taiwanese Oolong. This Gao Shan Oolong is a creation by the family Chen from Zhushan. This region isn't that high located like other highmountain Oolongs normally are but this isn't the only uncommon fact about this tea...because the taste is quite unusual but more you will find out just one click ahead. At the end there is (like always) an English resume again ;). If you enjoy my reviews maybe you would also like my facebook page too ;). Thank you for reading.

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/04/05/gao-shan-oolong/

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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Apr 8th, '14, 05:29

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Finally the moment has come. After 9 months ZeroZen reached the 10.000 mark and this thanks to you all my readers who share the same passion as I do. I am really looking forward to what will happen this year and what great teas I will be able to savour :). So stay tuned my dear ZeroZen-Followers.

A special thanks goes to all the countries who visited ZeroZen the most ^_________^:

1. Germany 6460 Viewers
2. Austria 1769 Viewers
3. Switzerland 518 Viewers
4. USA 496 Viewers
5. Japan 198 Viewers
6. Italy 194 Viewers
and
7. France 106 Viewers

A N D T H A N K Y O U A L L ! ! ! ^________~
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Apr 9th, '14, 05:51

Today it is a Burdock Root Tea that found its way into my teacups. This fine, earthy tea was quite a rarity some time ago but since a Japanese doctor talked about it in highly words this the is booming. But if healthy also is delicious you will find out just on click ahead. And like always there is an English resume at the end. ^_______~

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/04/09/yamane-en-burdock-root-tea/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Apr 12th, '14, 12:23

Today I have something special for you my readers. This Song Zhong Dan Cong was an oolong I tasted some weeks ago for the first time and since then I couldn't wait to write this review and tell you about it. It was marvelous and one of the best teas I have ever tasted. That's why I had the honor to give this dan cong proudly a golden review. But for more just read here ;)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/04/12/song-zhong-dan-cong/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Apr 16th, '14, 04:14

Today is Wednesday here in Vienna and so it's time for a new tealicious review here on ZeroZen ^_____~

Today we are going back to the wonderful scenery of the yellow mountains to Mr. Wu. He was also the reason that I received a wonderful perfectly Huangshan Maofeng some weeks ago which deserved a golden rating. This Keemun is the second on and in some cases the crown jewel in this segment. It is made of the best "Two leaves one bud". So in that case the taste should be quite different in comparison to "usual" black teas. If that's the case or not you are going to find out just one click ahead on ZeroZen and of course at the end of this article there is an Englisch resume again for you ;)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/04/16/keemun-goldknospe/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby William » Apr 16th, '14, 14:42

That tea looks yummy! :mrgreen:
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Apr 17th, '14, 02:11

And it definitely was ;)
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Apr 19th, '14, 03:00

It is Saturday my dear tea-friends and again it is going to be golden as Gold. Not in the meaning of the color but in considering of the intensity and quality of this marvelous Lishan White Tea. The raw material of this tea was meant to be for making Oolong but naturally withering turned those leave into this great tea but how it taste and more you will find out just one click a head and like always at the end there is an English resume waiting for you ;)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/04/19/lishan-white-tea/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Apr 23rd, '14, 04:24

This Kakegawa Fukamushi won an award in its category "Fukamushi". So the expectations were quite high but how this fine green one really developed his nuances you are going to read just one click ahead at ZeroZen ;)

Like always at the end you will find an English resume :)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/04/23/yamane-en-kakegawa-fukamushi/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby IzzieBot » Apr 25th, '14, 11:21

Those are gorgeous! I'm happy to see other tea-bloggers who focus on great photos.

Yours are really inspirational. I hope I can reach that level some day.

It all looks so tasty, too....
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Apr 25th, '14, 15:01

Thank you very much :) I really appreciate your kind words. It is a lot of work but it is what I really love and the best recognition is someone like you who appreciates what I do :).
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Apr 26th, '14, 06:03

Hi Tea-folks today is Saturday here in Vienna which means it is another time for a nice and warm tea session, here on ZeroZen ;)

Today it quite a famous tea which sweetly filled my teacups, a YinZhen White Tea from the Fuding region in China. There are quite a lot facts and legends about this very tea. So I was very curious how this silvery furry fellow will taste. You will find out ;) just one click a head. And like always don't forget at the end there is an English resume waiting for you :)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/04 ... er-needle/
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