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Tea Trends: Collecting objects associated with tea

by criteaque » Aug 7th, '08, 18:12

People collect various objects that are associated with tea: tins, tea bag wrappers, teaware and other types memorabilia (even tea itself in case of puer). What are some of the things you collect, how has it all started and why is it such a passionate pastime?

Visit http://www.teatrends.com for more insight into the fascinating hobby of collecting tea bag covers and share your thoughts and opinions here.

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by Chip » Aug 7th, '08, 18:19

Hi Stapas, can I borrow this topic for TeaDay??? If not, I will steal it. :twisted: Well, maybe not.

Please let me know. I can link to TeaTrends as well in the intro if you want. TeasChatters are collectors as well.

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by Space Samurai » Aug 7th, '08, 21:55

I collect TeaMoms.

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by Chip » Aug 7th, '08, 22:54

Space Samurai wrote:I collect TeaMoms.


:lol: Shuuuweeet!

Asian tea tins. Used to be virtually any different tea tin. Funny thing about Asian tea tins, the tea inside them is often realllly bad. I have tins from almost 10 years ago that still have the tea in them. I just leave it in there out of principle. :roll:

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by criteaque » Aug 13th, '08, 05:24

Chip,

sure, go ahead! I'd be interested in gauging TeaChatters' interest!

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