What qualifies as "Other Tea"

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What qualifies as "Other Tea"

by Steph902 » May 18th, '09, 10:10

Just wondering what qualifies as "Other tea" And First topic! XD

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Re: What qualifies as "Other Tea"

by Chip » May 18th, '09, 10:19

Steph902 wrote:Just wondering what qualifies as "Other tea" And First topic! XD
Very good question, Steph. You beat me to it.

Under this category, topics about muliple teas for instance, or tea in general. Topics more about tea than what one would normally find under Miscellany, yet they do not quite fit under any of the Tea Topics.

Clear as mud? :lol:

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by Steph902 » May 18th, '09, 10:22

Hey, Thanks. That clears it up! :)

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by sneakers » May 19th, '09, 01:54

Blue tea?

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by CutieAgouti » May 19th, '09, 02:30

I thought blue tea was considered to be oolong? Or am I misinformed??

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by Proinsias » May 19th, '09, 07:15

How long has this forum been sitting here blank?

I don't think I've ever clicked on it before.

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by Ebtoulson » May 19th, '09, 11:02

CutieAgouti wrote:I thought blue tea was considered to be oolong? Or am I misinformed??
yes oolong is called blue tea in certain regions.

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by sneakers » May 28th, '09, 01:15

Then there's no tea not covered in the other forums. :(

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by Proinsias » May 28th, '09, 05:02

sneakers wrote:Then there's no tea not covered in the other forums. :(
Maybe there is, we've just not found it yet.

Or maybe it's to cater for the pedant who doesn't want their Chinese red tea to be confused with black tea - god forbid we discuss Liu Bao and Qimen in the same sub fora.

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by depravitea » Jun 2nd, '09, 09:46

I've never heard oolong referred to as blue tea before. That's interesting.

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by Victoria » Jun 2nd, '09, 12:06

Ha! Yeah, Kombucha is definately other.
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by depravitea » Jun 3rd, '09, 09:46

Wow, I had no idea what Kombucha was so I looked it up on wikipedia. That's pretty interesting...
...and a little creepy.

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by Proinsias » Jun 3rd, '09, 10:13

Any UK members have a scoby on the go?

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