CROATIAN TEA LOVER

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CROATIAN TEA LOVER

by TheTeaLady » Nov 15th 07 6:08 pm

Hi! I am new as well :) In Croatia tea culture is not that big, so I as real tea lover I started a tea lovers club.

I am looking for new insights and new tea friends :)

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by Wesli » Nov 15th 07 6:16 pm

Croatia, eh? We don't hear much from Croatians, really great to have you here.

There's an infinite amount of knowledge to be gleamed here, and some of the coolest tea people in the world. :wink:

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by skywarrior » Nov 15th 07 6:41 pm

Welcome aboard! I hope you enjoy it here.

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by Chip » Nov 16th 07 4:23 am

Welcome to our forum. May you find many hours of TEAfellowship here.

What is in your cup?

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by TheTeaLady » Nov 16th 07 3:00 pm

Chip wrote:Welcome to our forum. May you find many hours of TEAfellowship here.

What is in your cup?
right now I really do enjoy cherry blossom green tea :)

What about you?

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by TheTeaLady » Nov 16th 07 3:01 pm

skywarrior wrote:Welcome aboard! I hope you enjoy it here.
Thank you, I already enjoy it :)

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by TheTeaLady » Nov 16th 07 3:03 pm

FataliTEA wrote:Croatia, eh? We don't hear much from Croatians, really great to have you here.

There's an infinite amount of knowledge to be gleamed here, and some of the coolest tea people in the world. :wink:
Thank you, I am glad there's a chat like this one :) It's nice to know globaly one's not alone ;)

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by hop_goblin » Nov 16th 07 3:32 pm

Hello! Welcome!

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by Chip » Nov 16th 07 3:37 pm

TheTeaLady wrote:
Chip wrote: What is in your cup?
right now I really do enjoy cherry blossom green tea :)

What about you?
I am drinking mainly Japanese greens such as sencha right now.

Cherry blossom is usually Japanese green, is that what you drink?

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by TheTeaLady » Nov 16th 07 7:04 pm

Chip wrote:
TheTeaLady wrote:
Chip wrote: What is in your cup?
right now I really do enjoy cherry blossom green tea :)

What about you?
I am drinking mainly Japanese greens such as sencha right now.

Cherry blossom is usually Japanese green, is that what you drink?
That's very right :) this is sencha with dried cherry - it is very tasty and and have a nice fragance

how do you know that much about tea?

I had chance only through books and internet

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by TheTeaLady » Nov 16th 07 7:05 pm

hop_goblin wrote:Hello! Welcome!
Thank you (hvala in croatian) you have a nice blog as well

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by Wesli » Nov 16th 07 7:30 pm

Heh, we know a lot about tea here. :wink:


Cherry sencha is indeed one of the few flavored teas I can tolerate. Makes for wonderful iced tea.

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by Chip » Nov 16th 07 8:01 pm

TheTeaLady wrote:That's very right :) this is sencha with dried cherry - it is very tasty and and have a nice fragance

how do you know that much about tea?

I had chance only through books and internet
Simply immerse yourself into tea (pun intended)...and TeaChat. For me it is a passion.

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by Trey Winston » Nov 16th 07 8:52 pm

Hi, TeaLady, welcome!

Croatia is such a beautiful country. That long coastline along the Adriatic is just superb. Pretty unspoilt too, not ruined by mass tourism (yet).

I see you reside in Zagreb, but do you ever go to the coast and enjoy the balmy Mediterranean climate with a nice cup of tea?

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by TheTeaLady » Nov 18th 07 4:30 pm

FataliTEA wrote:Heh, we know a lot about tea here. :wink:


Cherry sencha is indeed one of the few flavored teas I can tolerate. Makes for wonderful iced tea.
LOL ;)

Thanks for the idea :) It must be fun for kids! Iced tea cherry flavor! Cool!

What is your cup of tea? I saw you blog, it is very nice - you know so much about it :) So, I guess - green tea :)

BTW what's your way of making ice tea?