New to tea, help identifying gift

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Nov 26th, '13, 22:39
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Re: New to tea, help identifying gift

by Bostonbull » Nov 26th, '13, 22:39

Any spots in Boston to get a Gaiwan, or just buy it online? You can message me if that is a better method.

Keurig (http://www.keurig.com) is a coffee Brewer that uses single serve cups. I can program it for any water temp, and it is the only source of truly hot water in the office. At home I will need to get a kettle. Which brings up my next question..... Kettle for heating the water.

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Nov 26th, '13, 22:47
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Re: New to tea, help identifying gift

by MIKE_B » Nov 26th, '13, 22:47

A gaiwan...
http://www.yunnansourcing.us/store/prod ... roduct=286

Guessing a keurig won't get hot enough to brew anything but green tea.

Nov 27th, '13, 06:48
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Re: New to tea, help identifying gift

by Bostonbull » Nov 27th, '13, 06:48

The controls will dial up to over 200.....whether that's an accurate # is a different story though.


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