What do like to do most this time of year while sipping your tea?

Reading
4
10%
Listen to music
2
5%
Watch TV
1
2%
Take photos of my tea in my cup
0
No votes
Sit quietly contemplating every sip
5
12%
Computer stuff
7
17%
Hang out at TeaChat
3
7%
Share my tea with someone
4
10%
A hobby or craft
3
7%
Observe nature
2
5%
Other
1
2%
BONUS Yes
1
2%
Bonus No
7
17%
Bonus I don't think so
2
5%
 
Total votes: 42

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Re: Monday/Sunday TeaDay 11/13-14/11 Contemplating tea life?

by Chip » Nov 14th, '11, 21:53

Great TD began with sharing a session of a sencha blend with the Mrs.

Round 2 was contemplating the cuppa of Guricha from Xell.

Round 3 was while spending time catching up mon the forum and forum related projects. Bai Hao from Adagio which BTW was very enjoyable, first time I ever had theirs ...

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Re: Monday/Sunday TeaDay 11/13-14/11 Contemplating tea life?

by Missdekitty » Nov 14th, '11, 23:26

It certainly is a journey when you're venturing into the world of tea. I'm surprised at how my tastes have changed from a year ago. My first taste of a white tea/silver needle quickly turned me off due to the grassiness and vegetal tastes. Today I decided to try silver needle again and... I liked it. The grassiness is still there, but it's not disagreeable to me this time as it once was. It makes me wonder what other teas have I written off that I should revisit. :?
Currently in heaven drinking some Dong Ding from Norbu tea.

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Re: Monday/Sunday TeaDay 11/13-14/11 Contemplating tea life?

by SlientSipper » Nov 16th, '11, 21:58

A tea unique feature of tea in winter is waking up and brewing a good Yunnan with breakfast. Something about the cold and dreariness that makes Yunnan blacks especially appealing.

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