Thursday June 16 2011 Name your start TD country!

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What was the country of origin of your first tea of the day? Bonus, is this your norm FTOTD?

China
6
18%
India
2
6%
Japan
11
32%
Taiwan
1
3%
Ceylon
0
No votes
Korea
0
No votes
Other
0
No votes
Bonus, yes
8
24%
Bonus, maybe
3
9%
Bonus, no
3
9%
Bonus, other
0
No votes
 
Total votes: 34

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Jun 16th, '11, 20:42
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Re: Thursday June 16 2011 Name your start of TD country!

by Chip » Jun 16th, '11, 20:42

Back from a bike ride, gyokuro Yume hitting the spot.

Ordering pizza, will put the gyo leaves on the pizza rendering it FAT FREEEEEE, weeee!!! :lol:

Jun 16th, '11, 23:28
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Re: Thursday June 16 2011 Name your start your TD country!

by Skippyandjif » Jun 16th, '11, 23:28

My first tea today was a pu-erh from China. I usually drink either pu-erh or Yunnan black as my first tea of the day because I crave something strong, dark, and intense-tasting. So, usually black tea from China.

Right now, I'm drinking some Korean black bean tea. (My last of it, too! Can't get any more until I return to NYC.)

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Jun 17th, '11, 00:10
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Re: Thursday June 16 2011 Name your start your TD country!

by FlyedPiper » Jun 17th, '11, 00:10

Chip wrote:Back from a bike ride, gyokuro Yume hitting the spot.

Ordering pizza, will put the gyo leaves on the pizza rendering it FAT FREEEEEE, weeee!!! :lol:
That's a good idea! Would be even better if you had a frozen pizza to actually cook the gyo leaves into cheese 8) .

Started out the day with the remnants of some Da Hong Pao Premiere. I'm going through sencha withdrawals though- No time today :( . Tomorrow I'm having some hot, and making an iced brew for my 16 hour shift tomorrow. Bleh...

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Jun 17th, '11, 00:24
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Re: Thursday June 16 2011 Name your start your TD country!

by murrius » Jun 17th, '11, 00:24

Always start the day with sencha/shincha from Japan. Always always always.

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