Amazing Yunnan / Puerh gallery!

One of the intentionally aged teas, Pu-Erh has a loyal following.


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Amazing Yunnan / Puerh gallery!

by tenuki » May 22nd, '08, 20:57

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(thank teamasters for the link)
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by silverneedles » May 22nd, '08, 21:57

real nice, thanks for the find!

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by hop_goblin » May 23rd, '08, 10:33

Cool pics!!

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by Wesli » May 23rd, '08, 14:23

Plow that shu boys!
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Looks like that kid is literally making tea with the sweat of his back!

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by tenuki » May 23rd, '08, 14:45

Wesli wrote:the sweat of his back!
ancient recipe 20680 calls for it.


note on trading number decoding: The first digits are the year the 'recipe' was first created and puerh is generally thought to have started aroun 200CE, the second to the last is the grade of leaves (8 being lowest), and the last is the factory number ( 0 meaning unknown). So it's my attempt at a puerh joke, basically saying 'since the beginning of puerh crappy shu of unknown origin requires peasant sweat. Jokes should not require explaination. I'm a failure.

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by Victoria » May 23rd, '08, 16:30

Cool pics, thanks!

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by PolyhymnianMuse » May 23rd, '08, 17:39

tenuki wrote:
Wesli wrote:the sweat of his back!
ancient recipe 20680 calls for it.


note on trading number decoding: The first digits are the year the 'recipe' was first created and puerh is generally thought to have started aroun 200CE, the second to the last is the grade of leaves (8 being lowest), and the last is the factory number ( 0 meaning unknown). So it's my attempt at a puerh joke, basically saying 'since the beginning of puerh crappy shu of unknown origin requires peasant sweat. Jokes should not require explaination. I'm a failure.
Haha Tenuki the really funny thing is I think your joke is even better with the explanation :lol:

MMMMMmmmmm..... Fermented Tea Sweat Shu..... YUM!

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by tenuki » May 23rd, '08, 18:03

PolyhymnianMuse wrote:I think your joke is even better with the explanation :lol:
thanks, I'm kinda post modern like that.

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by silverneedles » May 23rd, '08, 19:13

"someone" should pay these workers to keep their shirts on, gloves on, and shoes only to wear in the factory...
120$/lb of leaf mixed with sweat, dirt, cigs, hair, bugs, etc is not my kinda deal
/rant...

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by tenuki » May 23rd, '08, 19:43

Funny, I grew up in farm country in the midwest and that aspect of it just didn't bother me. I think that reaction is just city folks not knowing where their food comes from. (?)

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by silverneedles » May 23rd, '08, 19:50

i milked cows, played in chicken houses, cut their heads of, boiled them, plucked their feathers, farmed potatoes and corn. (with other family members)
but chicken, pig meat costs ... ~ 4$/lb, i dont mind any tooth, bone fragments feathers etc...

i wouldn't buy any meat that would cost me 120$/lb and have "stuff" on it...

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by tenuki » May 23rd, '08, 19:54

silverneedles wrote:i milked cows, played in chicken houses, cut their heads of, boiled them, plucked their feathers, farmed potatoes and corn. (with other family members)
but chicken, pig meat costs ... ~ 4$/lb, i dont mind any tooth, bone fragments feathers etc...

i wouldn't buy any meat that would cost me 120$/lb and have "stuff" on it...
Heh, then I guess it's just me. :D

Farmers FTW!

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by bearsbearsbears » May 27th, '08, 15:57

been there, done that.
:P

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