Top 5 Favorite Japanese Greens

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Sep 7th, '11, 12:56
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Re: Top 5 Favorite Japanese Greens

by shinobicha » Sep 7th, '11, 12:56

strickmr wrote:I'm going to take that idea into play, Chip! :D

As the shincha season has come to an end, perhaps it's time to review everyone's favorites. Have they changed? Have they remained the same throughout the spring? Do you even have them? This could be a good way to recommend teas people are in love with to those who don't have the opportunity to try every tea from every online company.

5) "Takumi" Gyokuro - Maiko



I loved their "Takumi" too. That, in my opinion, was better than the "Yashiki no Cha" (their most expensive gyo).

Sep 8th, '11, 17:14
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Re: Top 5 Favorite Japanese Greens

by strickmr » Sep 8th, '11, 17:14

shinobicha wrote:
strickmr wrote:I'm going to take that idea into play, Chip! :D

As the shincha season has come to an end, perhaps it's time to review everyone's favorites. Have they changed? Have they remained the same throughout the spring? Do you even have them? This could be a good way to recommend teas people are in love with to those who don't have the opportunity to try every tea from every online company.

5) "Takumi" Gyokuro - Maiko



I loved their "Takumi" too. That, in my opinion, was better than the "Yashiki no Cha" (their most expensive gyo).


I'm quite a fan of their Takumi. And so is my friend, who's name actually happens to be Takumi. :D

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