Hi from South West England

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Hi from South West England

by Ant » Sep 28th 15 9:43 pm

Hi All,

I'm a long time tea drinker, recent convert to loose leaf, just finding my feet and am firmly in the sampling stage, so far enjoying some Ti Guan Yin, and a Golden Nepal Maloom also open to recommendations.

No pretty pictures of teapots to post yet.

Ant

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Re: Hi from South West England

by Rui » Sep 29th 15 8:36 am

Hi Ant,

Welcome to TeaChat.

Enjoy the forum.

Rui

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Re: Hi from South West England

by Mrs. Chip » Sep 30th 15 4:08 pm

Welcome Ant, glad to have you here at TC.

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Re: Hi from South West England

by chamekke » Oct 4th 15 6:09 pm

Hello Ant! Welcome to TeaChat.

Lovely to see someone from the southwest of England here! As it happens, my husband is from Devon (and prefers his teas in bags); I am Canadian (and like loose-leaf). Well, it's a mixed marriage :)

I look forward to reading your posts on the comm. See you around!

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Re: Hi from South West England

by Ant » Oct 6th 15 10:01 pm

Thanks all for the warm welcomes!
chamekke wrote:Lovely to see someone from the southwest of England here! As it happens, my husband is from Devon (and prefers his teas in bags); I am Canadian (and like loose-leaf). Well, it's a mixed marriage
The real contention in these parts is the "Jam then Cream" or "Cream then Jam" on your scone when having a cream tea. i.e. Cornish Vs Devon. :D