St Patty's Day is GREEN TeaDay

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What will you be consuming this St Patty's DaY?

GREEN Tea
19
40%
GREEN Pu-erh
1
2%
GREEN Oolong
2
4%
GREEN Matcha
1
2%
GREEN eggs and ham
1
2%
GREEN Beer
0
No votes
Anything GREEN
0
No votes
Just TEA as normal
22
46%
Other
0
No votes
How could I have forgotten IRISH Breakfast!
2
4%
 
Total votes: 48

St Patty's Day is GREEN TeaDay

Postby Chip » Mar 17th, '08, 02:53

Happy St. Patty's Day TeaChatters.

Welcome to TeaDay. Pour a cup of your favorite brew, share with everyone what is in your cup, and see what fellow TeaChatters are sipping today. Visit TeaDay throughout the day to post updates.

Everyone is welcome to TeaDay...newbies, this is a great place to help us learn a little bit about you!

Today's TeaPoll and discussion topic has to include GREEN. So, are you doing anything special for St. Patty's Day? Please share with us.

Have a great TeaDay, everyone, and remember to stop by often today and everyday.
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Postby tenuki » Mar 17th, '08, 02:59

FP. apparently you set up these polls just as I'm going checking my email before going to bed. I'm not stalking you, really.


I've got a indeterminate green wild puerh sample that a tea friend/teacher gave me from her private stash that I've been putting off tasting. It has patty's day written all over it.
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Postby Trioxin » Mar 17th, '08, 03:39

Not much for holidays (especially considering I'm usually forced to work them) so it's tea as usual for me. A very nice Puttabong first flush Darjeeling for me right now. Just doesn't get any better.
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Postby Trey Winston » Mar 17th, '08, 05:14

My Dragon Well today is dark green, but that's purely coincidence.
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Postby augie » Mar 17th, '08, 06:46

I plan to start in on the Fuka-Midori as soon as I dispatch my kids off to school. Today is my first day working from home with all my tea and pots in one location! I am spending the time I would have been on the road walking my dog.
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Postby TimeforTea » Mar 17th, '08, 08:42

YAWN!!

Enjoying adagio's sencha premier this morning.

Last night, I had dragonwell's honeybush vanilla--I liked it a lot! It had a different taste than red rooibos--less of that "pipe scent", too, to borrow Mary's words.

Happy St. PatTEA's Day!
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Postby JM » Mar 17th, '08, 08:57

I forgot it was St. Pat's Day...I had Chai this morning but I'll try to fit in a cup of green latter.
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Postby cloudyday » Mar 17th, '08, 09:04

While I won't be drinking green-ish teas today exclusively, I plan on an oolong later, perhaps a green tea. We'll see.
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Postby GalileosDaughter » Mar 17th, '08, 09:20

No green tea yet but Irish Breakfast if it counts.
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Postby Warden Andy » Mar 17th, '08, 10:20

Green tea, mostly because that's what I normally drink.

Then maybe black beer after class.
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Postby BonBon » Mar 17th, '08, 10:35

Green tea all day long for me. :)
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Postby Chip » Mar 17th, '08, 12:12

I have GREEN in my cup, but I would have anyway. I will have green something in my cup all day.

Drinking Sencha Tokusen from Ono prefecture. Today, I went with the package directions hoping to improve upon my previous failures over my first 2 attempts. It sems better...but jeez. 7 grams per 200 ml, this should be overflowing with flavor. It is very mild to the point of being flat. Not at all what I would expect from a top tier sencha costing 30 bucks.
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Postby Victoria » Mar 17th, '08, 12:32

Going for an all GREEN day!
Starting with Den's Fuka-midori

Happy St. Patrick's Day everyone!
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Postby olivierco » Mar 17th, '08, 12:46

I have been ill for a few days, so I didn't drink much tea (and other hot beverage) because of the fever.
I had Keemun this morning with my breakfast and haven't been drinking any tea so far (My workday is now over).
Perhaps a hatsumi sencha later in the evening, if I don't go right now to sleep.
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Postby Wesli » Mar 17th, '08, 13:04

2nd flush is still green!
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