Mid-Autumn festival tea

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Sep 16th, '13, 22:09
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Mid-Autumn festival tea

by teaskeptic » Sep 16th, '13, 22:09

Mid-Autumn is Thursday. I will set aside some quiet tea time. Do you have any special teas planned?

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Sep 17th, '13, 02:41
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Re: Mid-Autumn festival tea

by jayinhk » Sep 17th, '13, 02:41

No, but I just ate a mooncake from a Michelin-starred restaurant!

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Sep 17th, '13, 12:59
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Re: Mid-Autumn festival tea

by teaskeptic » Sep 17th, '13, 12:59

What was in it?

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Re: Mid-Autumn festival tea

by Evan Draper » Sep 17th, '13, 14:43

an all-weather tire, nyuck nyuck

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Re: Mid-Autumn festival tea

by jayinhk » Sep 18th, '13, 01:29

Classic lotus seed paste and duck egg (what I grew up on). To me it's not Mid-Autumn Festival without a real mooncake. It was definitely the nicest one I've ever had!

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