To Adagio Admin Re: Pu-erh


One of the intentionally aged teas, Pu-Erh has a loyal following.

To Adagio Admin Re: Pu-erh

Postby Phyll » Apr 7th, '06, 13:43

Dear Adagio Admin:

Perhaps I'm not the first one to suggest this, but wouldn't it be great to have a separate category for pu-erh discussions only? They are not exactly green or black or red or yellow...and certainly pu-erh doesn't deserve to be chucked under the "Other" category with Lipton and Tazo teas.

Just my two cents. Thank you.
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Postby klemptor » Apr 7th, '06, 13:50

Agreed. There are certainly enough Pu-Erh fans here to warrant doing so.
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Postby peachaddict » Apr 7th, '06, 23:01

Yes, several people here talk about Pu-erh. Wouldn't it be nice for it to have its own forum? :)
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Postby TeaFanatic » May 5th, '06, 00:00

And pu-erh is totally a different type of tea than green, black, or white because it uses a true fermentation process to age the tea. I really would like to try some pu-erh since I have never had any before. Does anyone have any site recommendations for good pu-erh?
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Postby jogrebe » May 5th, '06, 04:06

Yes I also support the idea as well. I also think that if its done it should be done right by also moving all puerh related threads (or at least the ones that mention it in the title) to the new section as its currently a mess with them them being all over the place.
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Postby peachaddict » May 5th, '06, 18:52

Now it's been done. Cool!! This is kinda nice. :)
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Postby Phyll » May 5th, '06, 20:41

Dear Adagio Admin/Owner/Maestro/etc:

This is great! "If you build it, they will come..."

Thank you.
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Postby Chip » May 5th, '06, 21:24

...this is great...I want to get some pu-erh, but I admittedly do not know enough too make wise "investments" in this most unusual and collected tea.

The people speak...and Adagio listens...THANX!!!
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Postby klemptor » May 7th, '06, 08:53

Yay! :)

Thanks, Ilya!
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Postby Richard » May 8th, '06, 10:00

A good way of showing your gratitude would be to put in a lot of requests for barley tea! If we get enough suggestions they just might add that, and that'd make me happy!

(Nah, this was mainly Ilya's doing, so if you don't want to suggest the barley, I understand)
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Postby klemptor » May 8th, '06, 11:24

Your pimping of barley tea, coupled with a post I read in LJ's communiTEA, have me intrigued.

Do you have a preferred supplier, or do you buy locally?

I'm dying to try it!
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Postby Richard » May 8th, '06, 11:37

Oh, livejournal!

I don't have a supplier...I've had barley tea a few times and have loved it and would love if Adagio would start offering it. That way I could just walk to the other room and get some, rather than having to haunt the Asian markets. I don't think they like me there.
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Postby Chip » May 8th, '06, 13:11

...Richard, it is not that they don't like you, they are actually kinda scared of you...you being a cyclop and all...heheh. Thanx for only showing us half your face.
Have some barley tea, and consider yourself lucky that you have Asian markets. There are none in PA Dutch Country, but there are potatoes made any way possible...probably even potato tea.
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Postby Marlene » May 11th, '06, 11:37

Heh, funny you should mention potato tea

http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art37213.asp

scroll down to the liver function section.
enjoy!
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Postby Richard » May 11th, '06, 12:23

I think we should call it "poTEAto", and agree that that sounds disgusting. I'd rather have a real potato any day.

And it's not my fault that I'm a cyclop. I was born this way!
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