FRIDAY!!! TeaDay 6/06/08

BYOT! Enter TeaChat here, you never know what you may find!


Salsero asked, "are you a 'teatotaler' or do you drink alcohol?"

I do not drink alcohol
11
18%
I virtually do not drink alcohol
6
10%
I drink acohol on occasion
26
43%
I drink alcohol
15
25%
Other
2
3%
 
Total votes: 60

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Jun 7th, '08, 00:25
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by trent » Jun 7th, '08, 00:25

Is there any way you could post a side view of that amazing cup?
I'd love to see how the color would show through the "rice."

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Jun 7th, '08, 00:26
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by Salsero » Jun 7th, '08, 00:26

GeekgirlUnveiled wrote:I love that this site seems to be so oriented toward images.
The number of images has, I think, really increased over the last six months or so. I agree, they add so much to the value of the forum. Including the cell phone pix, first try pix, I-just-borrowed-this-camera-and-don't-know-how-to-use-it pix. I think it is great. Now if we could only get smell and taste to come through ...

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Jun 7th, '08, 00:50
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by Geekgirl » Jun 7th, '08, 00:50

For trent: The color doesn't show through as much as you would think. The "holes" are very small, and mostly let light through. Unless the tea color is very striking, not much displays through the sides.

For reference, I used some iced tea I had already brewed, a mixture of black and hibiscus. Here's the tea intensity:

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And the light is a 50w halogen on my range hood, cup is placed directly below:

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and last, I held it directly under the light:

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Okay you guys. That's enough teapr0n for you tonight.

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