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Jul 22nd, '12, 09:37
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Re: I have too much tea [and not enough pots]

by etorix » Jul 22nd, '12, 09:37

She made us a pot of tea while i was there

[1st time ive seen gong-fu tea-making live] to sample a tea i wanted her to sell me -- the Wu Yi Rock Tea - Jin Guan Yin

i thought she did this rather well

id let her sell me another tea anytime

i also like her Home Town Green Tea .. its 'nothing special'

hm, so her new stocks are arriving in August

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Re: I have too much tea [and not enough pots]

by sriracha » Jul 23rd, '12, 05:45

etorix wrote:
tho today's session is a Dragon Well from Canton Teas
Their 2011 tea? Which grade did you get? =)

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Re: I have too much tea [and not enough pots]

by etorix » Jul 24th, '12, 15:05

dont recall, tbh

the order confirmation says Dragon Well (Long Jing) Green Tea, less than usefully

as does the packet

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Re: I have too much tea [and not enough pots]

by sriracha » Jul 24th, '12, 15:20

etorix wrote:dont recall, tbh

the order confirmation says Dragon Well (Long Jing) Green Tea, less than usefully

as does the packet
No problem. =)

I bought a sample bag of their middle grade(think it was £4) and liked it a lot. Will probably try this year's, too.

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