Cinco de Mayo 2011 Té con la música?

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Music. How about tea and music today? Will music accompany your tea at some point today? Please share details.

Yes, absolutely
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May 5th, '11, 16:05
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Re: Cinco de Mayo 2011 Té con la música?

by Chip » May 5th, '11, 16:05

artmom wrote:
Chip wrote:. . .
So, today listening to a dear friend's new CD, Priscilla Ahn's When You Grow Up. http://priscillaahn.com/ She will be on Jay Leno tonight! Will have some SLT ready to go!
:mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:



Ta, Chip, I've set the DVR (not that I won't be up, but I'll probably forget :lol: )

Tortoise, (or anyone else) can you suggest a good source for Rou Gui? Sounds as if it is a Tea I would enjoy. :)

Thanks.

BTW, I'm recovery from my virus (or whatever) and can now taste Tea again!! Was successful in not ending up in hospital this go around! :D

Glad to hear you are on the mends! I hope you enjoy Priscilla tonight.

I am still waiting for what is supposed to be a rock solid RG direct from the Peoples Republic of China, but I am guessing it is being enjoyed by someone else since it has been a few months. :evil:

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Re: Cinco de Mayo 2011 Té con la música?

by Chip » May 5th, '11, 16:18

Matcha Uji Organica de O-Cha en un chawan tenmoku hecho a ShyRabbit. ( :?: )

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Re: Cinco de Mayo 2011 Té con la música?

by entropyembrace » May 5th, '11, 17:09

Chip wrote:Matcha Uji Organica de O-Cha en un chawan tenmoku hecho a ShyRabbit. ( :?: )


that´s a very google translation :lol:

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Re: Cinco de Mayo 2011 Té con la música?

by Chip » May 5th, '11, 17:52

entropyembrace wrote:
Chip wrote:Matcha Uji Organica de O-Cha en un chawan tenmoku hecho a ShyRabbit. ( :?: )


that´s a very google translation :lol:

No, that is just the way I normally talk in 3 languages at once ... :lol:

I will stick to 2 languages ... currently Gyokuro Kame from O-Cha in Hagi SO 3 Deishi Houjin/cups.

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Re: Cinco de Mayo 2011 Té con la música?

by Skippyandjif » May 5th, '11, 22:22

Yes, music has accompanied my tea today. I was listening to a metal band I like called Bathory while I drank Thai tea and studied for my Thermodynamics final. :D

Thai tea aaaaaaaaall day today, probably going to have it all night too because it's just so good!

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Re: Cinco de Mayo 2011 Té con la música?

by tortoise » May 5th, '11, 22:59

artmom wrote:
Tortoise, (or anyone else) can you suggest a good source for Rou Gui? Sounds as if it is a Tea I would enjoy. :)


This one was a gift and it has been aged, I don't know how long. I haven't had any other examples of this yancha.

I might recommend the tea gallery's 'Cinnamon,' which, I believe is Rou Gui, having had pleasant experiences with a few of their other rock teas. But I would defer to anyone else's recommendation because, like I said, the one I have is the only one I've tasted.

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