Feb 24th, '08, 12:28
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by tissigirl » Feb 24th, '08, 12:28

Hello all. I am new to the forum and just wanted to introduce myself. I've been a tea enthusiast for a long time, and in the past few years really started to research it more and learn about all the different varieties.

I just recently returned from a trip to Shanghai where I purchased several different teas to bring home, some i've had, some new to me. I purchased a variety of Pu Erh, and with me not able to read Chinese I had no idea what I had. So, after some research on it, trying to figure out what I had and how to prepare it, I found this site. :D

My favorite "staple" everyday tea would have to currently be Dragonwell. I"m a big green tea fan, second would definately be white tea. However i'm always trying new varieties so who knows what it will be next time!

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Feb 24th, '08, 13:28
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by Wesli » Feb 24th, '08, 13:28

Good times, Tissigirl. Welcome to the forum.

Lots of use here long for trips to our east-asian tea-producing countries. Lucky you!

Good day!

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Feb 24th, '08, 14:37
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by Chip » Feb 24th, '08, 14:37

Hi again Tiss, good to see you enjoying the forumand TeaDay!!!

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by Trey Winston » Mar 1st, '08, 15:37

Welcome :D

I totally agree with you on Dragon Well and white tea. You must have exquisite taste ;)

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