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Aug 23rd, '11, 18:30
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Hi From Tao @ Toronto Canada

by Tao » Aug 23rd, '11, 18:30

Hi, My name is Tao, was raised in Wu Yi Shan, known for its poetic landscape and as a center for Oolong and Black teas in Fujian province.

I grow up in a tea family and I am a certificated tea sommelier in Toronto, Canada.

I take tea friends from Canada to China for a Tea Tour every spring.

My favorite tea is: Dark Oolong and Pu-er(Sheng)

I using cast iron kettle boiling the water and use Yixing pot or Gaiwan steep my tea.

I would like join you guys learn more and also share my personal experiences.

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Aug 23rd, '11, 19:25
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Re: Hi From Tao @ Toronto Canada

by sherubtse » Aug 23rd, '11, 19:25

Welcome to TeaChat, Tao!

I hope that you will share your extensive knowledge of Chinese teas with the rest of us. :mrgreen:

Best wishes,
sherubtse

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Re: Hi From Tao @ Toronto Canada

by TokyoB » Aug 23rd, '11, 21:47

Welcome.

Do you drink mostly older puerh?

How do you think using the cast iron kettle impacts the tea?

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Aug 23rd, '11, 22:05
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Re: Hi From Tao @ Toronto Canada

by Tao » Aug 23rd, '11, 22:05

sherubtse wrote:Welcome to TeaChat, Tao!

I hope that you will share your extensive knowledge of Chinese teas with the rest of us. :mrgreen:

Best wishes,
sherubtse


Thanks, Taste More and Share More

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Aug 23rd, '11, 22:11
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Re: Hi From Tao @ Toronto Canada

by Tao » Aug 23rd, '11, 22:11

Thnaks, I drink mostly 3-6 years Pu-er Tea, but i also like to taste more older Pu-er, Because it is more easy to find good Pu-er when the tea are not very old. How about you?

For the Cast Iron, i just start using a new kettle, it make me feel the tea taste more thick, and bit lighter and sweetness.

TokyoB wrote:Welcome.

Do you drink mostly older puerh?

How do you think using the cast iron kettle impacts the tea?

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Re: Hi From Tao @ Toronto Canada

by Chip » Sep 4th, '11, 10:58

Welcome Tao, nice to see you posting in the forum. :mrgreen:

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Re: Hi From Tao @ Toronto Canada

by Tao » Sep 4th, '11, 22:37

Chip wrote:Welcome Tao, nice to see you posting in the forum. :mrgreen:


:lol: Thanks :wink:

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Re: Hi From Tao @ Toronto Canada

by strickmr » Sep 5th, '11, 12:45

Welcome to TC, Tao!

I look forward to seeing you around the forum.

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Re: Hi From Tao @ Toronto Canada

by FlyedPiper » Sep 6th, '11, 14:30

Welcome Tao!

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