Friday TeaDay 12/24/10 Traveling, tea?

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It is Christmas Eve in the USA, and I wondered if members are traveling this holiday weekend, where are you, where are you going? Bonus, is Tea traveling with you (name it)?

Yep, traveling
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33%
Might be
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No votes
Nope, homebody
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30%
Bonus, have tea will travel
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30%
Bonus, Tea might be traveling as well
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3%
Bonus, no tea unless I find it at the destination
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3%
 
Total votes: 33

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Friday TeaDay 12/24/10 Traveling, tea?

by Chip » Dec 24th, '10, 00:56

Ho ho ho, merry TeaDay everyone. Please drop in and share what is in your cup throughout the TeaDay!

Yesterday we discussed Tea/Teaware increase miracles before the end the 2010. You can still vote and discuss yesterday's topic.

Today's TeaPoll and discussion topic. It is Christmas Eve in the USA, and I wondered if members are traveling this holiday weekend, where are you, where are you going? Bonus, is Tea traveling with you (name it)?

I am looking forward to sharing this very merry TeaDay with everyone.

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Re: Friday TeaDay 12/24/10 Traveling, tea?

by gargoylekitty » Dec 24th, '10, 01:29

I'm visiting some family up north from the 26th to the 30th. Will be bringing tea with, though plan on having some from their stashes as well. :D

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Re: Friday TeaDay 12/24/10 Traveling, tea?

by mosshorn » Dec 24th, '10, 01:49

"Travelling" about an hour away to my grandparents house. Might bring tea, but don't know what yet :S

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Re: Friday TeaDay 12/24/10 Traveling, tea?

by brandon » Dec 24th, '10, 06:14

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HAVE TEA WILL TRAVEL.
Winter '10 Baozhong.

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Re: Friday TeaDay 12/24/10 Traveling, tea?

by debunix » Dec 24th, '10, 12:09

No traveling for Christmas--have to hold the fort at work over this holiday--but will be taking tea with me for a delayed holiday visit shortly after.

Honyama Zairai sencha from Norbu this morning, drinking the nutty sweet tea from my large Seigan Sansai Hagi, warming chilly fingers.

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Re: Friday TeaDay 12/24/10 Traveling, tea?

by Victoria » Dec 24th, '10, 12:25

Not far, the next city over. Not taking tea for me to drink, but a gifting for my sister-in-law. It's a 2nd flush Darjeeling, her preference.

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Re: Friday TeaDay 12/24/10 Traveling, tea?

by msurads06 » Dec 24th, '10, 12:30

I will go to my dads house about an hour away for a few hours tomorrow if that counts as traveling. Its my weekend to work, but because its christmas one of my coworkers will be splitting the shift tomoro. I will probably take tea with me. (and hopefully bring even more back :) )

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Re: Friday TeaDay 12/24/10 Traveling, tea?

by nickE » Dec 24th, '10, 12:38

I visited family yesterday for the Holidays, so I'm done traveling. I did not bring tea; it's not a big deal for me to go a while without it.

2010 'Subtropical Forest' Baozhong from TeaMasters today. Refreshing!

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Re: Friday TeaDay 12/24/10 Traveling, tea?

by BioHorn » Dec 24th, '10, 14:44

Merry Christmas
In Mexico having nice Ali Shan Oolong from Diginitea bought by a friend with friends and family.
http://www.dignitea.com.tw/prdEN.html

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Re: Friday TeaDay 12/24/10 Traveling, tea?

by JRS22 » Dec 24th, '10, 15:00

No traveling for me, so I can drink lots of tea right here at home. In my cup this morning, first Weng Jia Shan and then Shi Feng Long Jing. I still haven't found the right parameters - 180 degrees for 2 minutes was too hot or too long (or both), while 170 degrees for 1 minute wasn't enough. I'm sure I'll get it right eventually.

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Re: Friday TeaDay 12/24/10 Traveling, tea?

by debunix » Dec 24th, '10, 15:22

nickE wrote:I did not bring tea; it's not a big deal for me to go a while without it.
I went on vacation a week ago and on several of those days I had no tea at all. Good to know that I am not caffeine-dependent.

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Re: Friday TeaDay 12/24/10 Traveling, tea?

by brlarson » Dec 24th, '10, 16:04

Christmas Eve is at our house, so no traveling but all will have good tea.

Jin jun mai a few minutes ago, with zhi lan xiang and kuradashi gyo coming up.

Happy holidays folks!

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Re: Friday TeaDay 12/24/10 Traveling, tea?

by brad4419 » Dec 24th, '10, 19:59

wow, nice pic Brandon and that full gaiwan of bao zhong looks delicious.

I am traveling but its not far. To my grandparents house around noon and then to my other grandparents for dinner. Im sure I will be stuffing myself at least several times tomorrow :mrgreen:

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Re: Friday TeaDay 12/24/10 Traveling, tea?

by Skippyandjif » Dec 24th, '10, 23:17

I'm technically travelling, but I'm at my mom's house as opposed to my dorm, so I'm also kind of home. And yes, I did bring tea, several kinds of sencha, some gyokuro, some herbal tisanes, some pu-erh, and some rose congou.

Pu-erh this morning and afternoon; iced green tea with dinner; currently drinking a hibiscus tisane.

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Re: Friday TeaDay 12/24/10 Traveling, tea?

by Marco » Dec 25th, '10, 10:54

Headed home to my parents - 8 hours in a overfilled train.
Took some tea with me 'cause my order of new tea is delayed.

Merry Christmas everyone

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