O-Cha.com tea

Made from leaves that have not been oxidized.

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Feb 22nd, '08, 14:39
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by Wesli » Feb 22nd, '08, 14:39

Oh noes! What if customs has my order!

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by Chip » Feb 22nd, '08, 15:51

Customs had my order one time for over 5 days...they never even opened it, but it did glow in the dark. :shock:

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by olivierco » Feb 23rd, '08, 12:30

Chip wrote:Did anybody get their Guricha yet? I am getting ready to order.
Nothing in my mailbox today.
Did anyone get it?

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by scruffmcgruff » Feb 23rd, '08, 12:47

Not yet. :/

Did you guys get shipping notifications?

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by olivierco » Feb 23rd, '08, 14:00

I got the usual "Green Tea by O-Cha.com: Your order #xxxxx has been completed"

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by inspectoring » Feb 23rd, '08, 14:37

RussianSoul wrote:
Chip wrote:What are you going to try???
I am thinking Sencha Miyabi and Yutaka Midori. I am probably going to get the Green Tea Gift Set with the two of them, love the canisters. In addition to that - Matcha Kaoru.

After I got my thermometer and managed to make my Sencha correctly, I am enjoying my Den's samples very much. And so began to think beyond samples.

I also want to try Gyokuro, but don't know which. Any suggestions?
I would strongly recommend Harney Gyokuro. For the money - you are getting an excellent product. Other products I have used are Gyokuro from Teavana, Ito-en, Hibiki-en,Maden-en (available at Mitsua stores - STAY AWAY STAY AWAY FROM THIS very bad product).
I am reallly floored by the freshness of the Harney product. Their 4 oz can is $ 30 - reallly really really good price for the product. Ito-en is 15 $ / 1 oz and 45 $ for 3 oz - still strongly recommend Harney.
People talk a lot about o-cha and it seems to have a good reputation. That is next on my list. Actually I think I will open up a daily gyokuro post.

If you have never tried gyokuro - I will strongly recommend that you try the 2 $ trial pack from harney - I made amazing 4 1/2 first infusions. BE WARNED - this is like being on crack ! It really is addictive....

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