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Jan 28th, '13, 12:18
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Hello from Boulder, CO

by cold_tea » Jan 28th, '13, 12:18

Hello all,
I am interested in getting into Japanese green teas as something to drink at work and home after my morning cup of coffee.

Very involved in coffee brewing; vacuum pots, home roasting, single origin beans, and want to take some of that patience and knowledge to the world of tea!

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Jan 28th, '13, 17:16
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Re: Hello from Boulder, CO

by Poohblah » Jan 28th, '13, 17:16

Hi cold_tea!

I'm living in boulder too! unfortunately there are no good sources of japanese greens in town :(

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Re: Hello from Boulder, CO

by Evan Draper » Jan 28th, '13, 22:02

Have you been to Happy Lucky's in Fort Collins? I realize it's an hour away.... They have an impressive level of know-how for a "neighborhood tea shop," especially one run by white people.

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Jan 29th, '13, 00:44
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Re: Hello from Boulder, CO

by Chip » Jan 29th, '13, 00:44

Warning, you may find Japanese teas encroaching upon your coffee time, space, budget! :idea: :mrgreen: :arrow:

Welcome to the forum, hope to see you around the place!

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Re: Hello from Boulder, CO

by Chip » Jan 29th, '13, 00:45

Evan Draper wrote:... especially one run by white people.
yeah, but I bet they can't jump!!! 8) :lol: :roll:

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Jan 29th, '13, 00:58
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Re: Hello from Boulder, CO

by Poohblah » Jan 29th, '13, 00:58

Evan Draper wrote:Have you been to Happy Lucky's in Fort Collins? I realize it's an hour away.... They have an impressive level of know-how for a "neighborhood tea shop," especially one run by white people.
Happy Lucky's isn't bad. I think Ku Cha in Boulder is a little better, if overpriced. It's run by a Taiwanese couple.

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Feb 3rd, '13, 11:07
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Re: Hello from Boulder, CO

by AdamMY » Feb 3rd, '13, 11:07

Welcome! Colorado is a wonderful place, sadly I haven't been there in quite a few years.

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