Favorite Time for Oolong

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Nov 22nd, '05, 14:38
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Favorite Time for Oolong

by Madam Potts » Nov 22nd, '05, 14:38

I find that my favorite time for brewing oolong is when it rains.

I also like adding mint to my oolong for an extra lift!

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by Madam Potts » Nov 22nd, '05, 22:53

MRS. Earl Grey -- That's great! I've never heard of it but I love the sound of it. How can I get some? I'll swap some tea with you or pay you for a sample of some if that's possible!

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by klemptor » Nov 23rd, '05, 09:21

Ms. Earl Grey sounds great!

And I'm glad to see that you liked Tad's Rooibos Chai! ;)

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Re: Favorite Time for Oolong

by Mocha Wheels » Aug 22nd, '07, 17:16

Mad Pots wrote:I find that my favorite time for brewing oolong is when it rains.

I also like adding mint to my oolong for an extra lift!


yes! i totally agree- i'm sad there isn't a mint oolong:) i brew all mine for the day (8 6oz. cups) the nite before and drink mine with meals. i divide my daily tea consumption into 3 16oz glasses, one at each meal. this reduces the number of times i need to empty my bladder. i also often (more than 3 nites a week) drink 1 cup of dessert tea after dinner instead of eating a sweet treat.

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