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Hi from Houston, Tx

by Charlotte » Nov 16th, '08, 20:51

Hi,

I'm new and from Houston. I've always loved tea and just been introduced by a friend to the good stuff. WOW! What a difference and I don't think I'll be buying grocery store stuff anytime again soon.

I'm waiting for my first order from Adagio to come this week. I can't wait. :D

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by Victoria » Nov 16th, '08, 20:58

Welcome! Glad you joined us!
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by Chip » Nov 16th, '08, 21:01

Welcome to our TeaFellowship! I hope you share many cups with us and hope to see you on TeaDay!

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by leiche » Nov 16th, '08, 22:23

Welcome!

What sorts of tea are you starting with?

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Nov 16th, '08, 23:42
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by geeber1 » Nov 16th, '08, 23:42

Hi Charlotte! Glad you're here. :)

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by olivierco » Nov 17th, '08, 01:49

Welcome!

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by Vulture » Nov 17th, '08, 07:32

Welcome!

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by Trey Winston » Nov 17th, '08, 08:32

Welcome :D

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by engar » Nov 17th, '08, 09:20

Welcome!

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by Charlotte » Nov 17th, '08, 11:57

leiche wrote:Welcome!

What sorts of tea are you starting with?
Thanks for the warm welcome.

I'm starting with some monkey picked oolong and flavored whites. The oolong is by far my favorite. I could drink that all day long.

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by chad » Nov 17th, '08, 15:10

Greetings and welcome to the neighborhood.

The world of loose teas is eye opening.

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Nov 17th, '08, 16:25
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by teaguru » Nov 17th, '08, 16:25

Hello and welcome to the site!

It seems that another tea drinker has been dragged in by the wonder that is loose tea. Loose teas are addicitve. Right now you have a small selection of tea, but soon you'll be pulling all the soup cans out of the cupboard to make room for the 30 tins of tea and your counter will be dominated by an assortment of yixing pots and gaiwans. Just wait...

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by Charlotte » Nov 17th, '08, 21:03

teaguru wrote:
It seems that another tea drinker has been dragged in by the wonder that is loose tea. Loose teas are addicitve. Right now you have a small selection of tea, but soon you'll be pulling all the soup cans out of the cupboard to make room for the 30 tins of tea and your counter will be dominated by an assortment of yixing pots and gaiwans. Just wait...
LOL! Oh, but what a lovely way to have an addiction!

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by Goose » Nov 17th, '08, 22:00

Welcome Charlotte.

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by Carnelian » Nov 17th, '08, 22:52

Welcome Charlotte
teaguru wrote:Hello and welcome to the site!

It seems that another tea drinker has been dragged in by the wonder that is loose tea. Loose teas are addicitve. Right now you have a small selection of tea, but soon you'll be pulling all the soup cans out of the cupboard to make room for the 30 tins of tea and your counter will be dominated by an assortment of yixing pots and gaiwans. Just wait...
Wait, 30 tins is alot? :shock: I have a problem then.

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