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Nov 29th, '05, 23:17
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tea education site

by sherdwen » Nov 29th, '05, 23:17

this is a tea learning site
links, info, pics, tea culture interests. - information will be posted here along with ceremony procedures and rules, brewing methods, tea ware, tea ceremonies, tea links, tea demonstration,
icetea@email.com

http://teaarts.blogspot.com/

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Nov 30th, '05, 14:35
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by chris » Nov 30th, '05, 14:35

Thanks for the posts.

Great idea! Here is our tea education site (seriously, I'm gonna release the advanced class one of these days!).

Enjoy,

Chris
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Nov 30th, '05, 15:18
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by jogrebe » Nov 30th, '05, 15:18

Chris, when did TeaClass site go up? You really should see about getting a more visible link to it somewhat as I had no idea that it was there before reading this thread.

John Grebe

Nov 30th, '05, 15:22

by Teatime » Nov 30th, '05, 15:22

I agree about adding a link to this site. In the meatime I just placed a shortcut on my desktop.

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Nov 30th, '05, 15:35
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by chris » Nov 30th, '05, 15:35

A while ago..... There used to be a link, but cranky ol' Ilya replaced it with the TeaChef link above.

I agree it should be somewhere, so I'll get back into this argument with him.

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Nov 30th, '05, 16:02
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by chris » Nov 30th, '05, 16:02

Thanks LadyA...

I knew there was a reason I always liked you best.

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Nov 30th, '05, 19:34
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by ilya » Nov 30th, '05, 19:34

The TeaClass site was developed more for our wholesale clients than our retail ones. That is the reason it is a bit more elusive.

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