Feb 26th, '08, 23:25
Joined: Jan 26th, '08
Brewing some 35 yrs aged silver needle puer tea.
Feb 26th, '08, 23:34
Joined: Feb 18th, '08
Location: Portland OR
my tea day:
Adagio Irish Breakfast - Can't say I really liked it
Barley Tea - Picked this up at the local Fubonn, YUM
Fujian Oolong - really good but I over did it on my second steeping.
Feb 27th, '08, 02:23
Joined: Jan 28th, '07
Location: Fort Worth, TX
Looks like I'm in the minority.
Slow day, some powdered sencha in the morning and some guricha in he evening.
I couldn't see myself caring this much about tea if I just liked the flavor. Tea would be kind of hollow without a deeper meaning or representation.
Feb 27th, '08, 02:33
Joined: Jul 8th, '07
Location: Submerged in a good cuppa
Today, my tea waited until tonight. I'm not in much of a mood for artisan, so I had a mini tuocha. Actually, two. When this first finishes, I'll start the second. The only name associated is 'Simao.' But it's not worth looking up. It's just not remarkable. Though I find it quite drinkable.
Feb 27th, '08, 03:12
Joined: Apr 22nd, '06
Location: Back in the TeaCave atop Mt. Fuji
Finished the day with Daily Sencha...it is difficult to follow a Premium Sencha with a Daily Sencha 2nd flush.
Still...3 different senchas today...life is good.
Feb 27th, '08, 09:44
Joined: Jan 8th, '08
Location: Southern CA
Wow that sounds good. Thanks for the link, nice review! Maybe I would like pu.