RussianSoul wrote:These tasting kits make our logistics very simple. We don't have to figure out who and how will divide the cakes. No sending samples from person to person around the country. Right? We can just order the agreed kit individually and start brewing.
Perhaps, we can organize reviews by starting a thread for each of the pu's.
That's the idea, and in some cases, this could have even gone international.
To organize the tasting notes, I think it would work out great if we had a sticky thread for each tasting. This would give us a permanent home, here, for our notes and discussion. It would also allow any newcomers who want to participate to simply do so, months, even years after the initial start of the tasting.
I also want to add that if there is a tasting on a certain kit going on, it's perfectly acceptable to only buy one or two of the selected teas and still participate in the sharing of notes. This will help people with even less expendable incomes, and will also be good for people who don't have infinite time to write on the teas they get.
There will be no sort of "submission date" for the tasting. This is a stress-free, fun thing for us to do outside of work, school, and whatever else brings us down. If you find you don't have time to post your thoughts, don't worry about it!
For this tasting, I'll cast my votes for "Year of Green Puerh," and "Taste of Mellowness." I believe this puts "Taste of Mellowness" in the lead!