Thursday TeaDay, 3/06/08

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Your order of favorite true TEAS...? Sorry, can't list all the options, so, please pick your closest order.

Black, oolong, green/white
9
18%
Black, green/white, oolong
5
10%
Oolong, green/white, black
4
8%
Oolong, black, green/white
3
6%
Green/white, black, oolong
10
20%
Green/white, oolong, black
9
18%
Pu-erh, oolong, green/white
3
6%
Pu-erh, greenwhite, oolong
1
2%
Oolong, pu-erh, green/white
0
No votes
Oolong, green/white, pu-erh
2
4%
Green/white, oolong, pu-erh
3
6%
 
Total votes: 49

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Mar 6th, '08, 22:26
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by Ladytiger » Mar 6th, '08, 22:26

I think I'll go back on Hoji-Kukicha later...not a very pleasent first experiance however, I'm loving the white peoney that Victoria sent, I'm on a second steep with it.

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Mar 6th, '08, 23:41
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by Mil » Mar 6th, '08, 23:41

Black, oolong, green/white.

Normally it's a toss-up between black and oolong for my favorite, but yesterday I tried that sample of vanilla oolong I've been avoiding. Logically, I should know better than to blame all oolongs for the sins of one flavored example... but good heavens that was a terrible experience! (My apologies to anyone who loves vanilla oolong. But speak up if you do; I'm throwing it out if no one here wants it!)

The moral of the story: always listen to Victoria. She warned me off the vanilla oolong, but I ignored her and now I have suffered for my crime. :lol:

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Mar 7th, '08, 01:40
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by Victoria » Mar 7th, '08, 01:40

Ladytiger wrote: ... however, I'm loving the white peoney that Victoria sent, I'm on a second steep with it.


Ummm told ya.

Mil wrote: Normally it's a toss-up between black and oolong for my favorite, but yesterday I tried that sample of vanilla oolong I've been avoiding. Logically, I should know better than to blame all oolongs for the sins of one flavored example... but good heavens that was a terrible experience! (My apologies to anyone who loves vanilla oolong. But speak up if you do; I'm throwing it out if no one here wants it!)

The moral of the story: always listen to Victoria. She warned me off the vanilla oolong, but I ignored her and now I have suffered for my crime. :lol:


Ummm told ya.

:D


OK fess up!! Who is my tea twin??
Two of us choose: Oolong, black, green/white

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Mar 7th, '08, 02:11
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by tenuki » Mar 7th, '08, 02:11

up late eh vic?

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