Hello TeaChat. Don't mind wee little me as I'm just someone Vulture drug up to this site and the forum by virtue of him rekindling my love of tea that's I've held for only eight years. Rather convenient to have loose-leaf teas sent to me with a wider selection than 20 limited brews as my last little den held and before that a single cup of a malt at an English Breakfast Club of some fashion. Either way, I've a mixed pallet of teas and a large number of samplers to try over the next month ranging from black to green to red and oolongs. Oddly I find that I'm fairer to over-steeped brews as I have a very rough bitter pallet atop the finer senses of flavor that I'm slowly finding in varying teas such as the difference between Irish and English Breakfast that I was unaware of except in name until recently. Further I do find those steeping pots sold here rather useful and am enjoying them rather commonly as I doubt I've drank this much tea within the last year as preparing loose-leaf in coffee filters often becomes troublesome at best. Now back to slightly existing within a paradoxical chain of uncertainties that could indeed be called the 'real world' if science prohibits it.
Also, did I fail a Spot check already? Dear me.