Embracing my new hobby

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Embracing my new hobby

by Amera » Dec 29th, '11, 08:15

My name is Amera and I've been a tea drinker exclusively for 4 years. My friends have bought me an array of loose leaf tea for Christmas so I've been a happy camper :D

I do have a question for the boards. I bought a large tin of Earl Grey Creme a couple of years ago from Teavana and wondering if I should discard it since I didn't use it much because the aroma was overpowering. I actually kinda like it now since it's tone down a bit, lol. I didn't know if I should be concerned health wise.

I have learned my lesson in buying mass quantities of tea :wink:

Thanks for reading and enjoy your day.

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Re: Embracing my new hobby

by Chip » Dec 29th, '11, 08:21

Welcome to TeaChat Amera! Looking forward to seeing you around.

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Re: Embracing my new hobby

by Dinahsaur » Dec 30th, '11, 17:11

Welcome, Amera!

As far as I'm aware, the older tea won't have any health affects. The only thing is that with tea that old, it has a tendency to get stale. However, if you like the way it tastes now better than when it's fresh, that's all that really matters, isn't it?

The number one rule I've been learning is that if you like the taste of it, then it's a good tea.

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Re: Embracing my new hobby

by JayLay189562 » Dec 31st, '11, 14:52

This is the most relaxing hobbie I have ever had! Serenity NOW!
Yes please! :-)

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Re: Embracing my new hobby

by FlyedPiper » Jan 1st, '12, 01:44

Welcome to TC!

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