Nice article on old tree teas…

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Nice article on old tree teas…

by Bok » Apr 28th 17 10:05 am

From MarshalN’s blog:
http://www.marshaln.com/2017/04/life-an ... /#comments

Guess the same rings true for most "old tree/single bush/wild tree” teas from any provenance…
Do the math… that little true, wild, special tea might exist, but there will surely be nothing left of once the people with real money have been there.

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Re: Nice article on old tree teas…

by Steve@Adagio » Sep 25th 17 3:47 pm

Bok wrote: From MarshalN’s blog:
http://www.marshaln.com/2017/04/life-an ... /#comments

Guess the same rings true for most "old tree/single bush/wild tree” teas from any provenance…
Do the math… that little true, wild, special tea might exist, but there will surely be nothing left of once the people with real money have been there.
Thanks for this informative link!