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Hi I'm Ryo and i'm a tea addict....

by Ryoruki » Jan 23rd, '09, 00:23

i'm very excited about finding this tea community!! i hope that ya'll will provide me with a wealth of helpful insights and tea suggestions :3

I tend to favor black and green teas over others, but also am very fond of Oolong.

I got into tea because of my Japanese and History TA's, who were friends and hosted tea centered events for their classes. I call ATL home, even though i don't like sweet tea, and have fond memories of making suntea in the summer when i was younger, we still have the glasses and pitcher!

anyways, before i get caught up in my ramblings, i just wanted to say Heyo ya'll ;D

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by FireArmada » Jan 23rd, '09, 01:05

Welcome i am new there too and i have found this place to be very kind and open to new people. Enjoy

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by Trey Winston » Jan 23rd, '09, 01:26

Welcome :D

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by JasonC » Jan 23rd, '09, 02:10

Welcome to Teachat, I'm rather new here myself. The community is a great resource! If you have a tea question, I am certain someone here will have an answer for you, regardless of the type of tea, or brewing method or whatever else you might have a question about. Great place, and great people.

Once again, Welcome!

Thanks,
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by yash » Jan 23rd, '09, 02:15

this place is awesome dude people who know a lot about tea are helping out rookies like myself and everybody is so nice anyway

welcome

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by Beidao » Jan 23rd, '09, 05:10

Welcome Ryo!

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by auggy » Jan 23rd, '09, 10:11

Hi Ryo! Welcome!

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by xine » Jan 23rd, '09, 10:17

Welcome, welcome!! It sounds like you had a fun intro into the world of fine teas. Enjoy the forum!

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by hop_goblin » Jan 23rd, '09, 10:21

Welcome!

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by olivierco » Jan 23rd, '09, 10:21

Welcome!

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by Shelob » Jan 23rd, '09, 13:55

Sooooo Happy you joined us Ryo!

Welcome to 'The' Forum! The place where TeaChatters are friendly, you will learn much about TEA and how to spend your TEABUCKS on more Tea and Teaware!
Enjoy and share what's in your cuppa with us on TeaDay 8)
Skye

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by Chip » Jan 24th, '09, 14:40

Hello, Ryo and welcome to TeaChat. Hope to see you around the place!

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Re: Hi I'm Ryo and i'm a tea addict....

by teaneedz » Jan 24th, '09, 20:47

Ryoruki wrote:i'm very excited about finding this tea community!! i hope that ya'll will provide me with a wealth of helpful insights and tea suggestions :3

I tend to favor black and green teas over others, but also am very fond of Oolong.

I got into tea because of my Japanese and History TA's, who were friends and hosted tea centered events for their classes. I call ATL home, even though i don't like sweet tea, and have fond memories of making suntea in the summer when i was younger, we still have the glasses and pitcher!

anyways, before i get caught up in my ramblings, i just wanted to say Heyo ya'll ;D
It's been three months ... and I haven't touched coffee even though my wife is a coffee addict. I am teaneedz.

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by Wesli » Jan 25th, '09, 00:28

Ryo, Ryo, Ryo your teaboat. Under a stream of tea.

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by cherylopal » Jan 25th, '09, 08:13

Hi Ryo! Welcome :)

My first tea experiences were of sweet tea- I would guess that my first memories of my mom is her heating the water in her special tea pot to make sweet tea. Slowly as I grew up I realized I prefered tea without sugar. Hard to get in the south and I got quite a few puzzled looks but by the time I was 10ish, no more sugar in my tea.

I have in the two years found rishi tea and tealux as well as teaism here in dc and then this past month found teachat and have not looked back.

tea rocks on so many levels :D

your eggs are beautiful! i remember making a batch when i was in high school- they were called 10,000 year old eggs i think. loved the look and the flavor.

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