Latest Tea Connoisseur's Forum

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Ahmand Tea in UK and in Russia
Hi! I live in Russia and like United Kingdom. ;) Our TV advertisement presents a tea named "Ahmad Tea" as follows: "True English Tea", "English people drink only Ahmad Tea" and etc... Is it true o...
16 years ago 33
 
Re: tea brick
Anybody know where I can buy a YAK. $.30/kg even impresses this miser of tea prices. I'd love to run a brick through a pressure cooker. I'd strain and use the broth with buttermilk. Hey wait, I do...
16 years ago 1
 
UK mail order source for Russian Caravan
I am a newbie to this very promising looking (and established) Newsgroup. My query is simple enough. I am based in Ireland and I came across Russian Caravan blend from Fortnum and Masons after a trip ...
16 years ago 2
 
Re: Tea drinking on the wane
I always read that the Irish drink the most tea (probably per capita). Also, Indians drink more. Thank God for Indians. I get my everyday tea and masala tea spice cheaply at the local Indian marke...
16 years ago 1
 
Re: New Zealand
On 3 Jul 2003 05:52:39 -0700, snipped-for-privacy@wave.co.nz (Doug) spoketh thusly.....: I'm so envious. Here in South Carolina, the summer temperatures often soar to 105 (40+ C) or more, with 99....
16 years ago 1
 
Re: Boba Tea
Try searching for "bubble tea" instead, perhaps. It does take a while to cook, so I tend to just buy bubble tea pre-made. :-) A pressure cooker may speed things up; and I bet making a large bat...
16 years ago 1
 
Re: Pointer to the FAQ and Vendor Lists
By the way, I just added six new commercial tea sites to my web page. http://pages.ripco.net/~c4ha2na9/tea/index.html
16 years ago
 
Re: old tea
I've never gotten a headache even from really old tea. I have, however, developed headaches from drinking too much tea. In your efforts to finish off your old tea, did you find yourself drinking mor...
16 years ago
 
Re: Are you lot
Serves you right for putting the tea bag and milk in the cup. I would've thought you'd've learned by now, apart from the bag-and-milk-in-first "method" being an abomination in the eyes of all rig...
16 years ago 38
 
Re: Is is okay to eat green tea leaves?
Well, when making cups of green or oolong with the leaves rolled up into little balls, it might give you an idea how how many leaves per cup, eh? Maybe 10 to 15 balls/pearls per cup? Like the Jasmin...
16 years ago 3
 
Rishi: Tae Guan Yin
I've been thinking of trying Rishi's Iron Goddess of Mercy Tae Guan Yin. Has anyone ordered anything from them? What did you think of shipping and quality? -LG
16 years ago
 
Re: Health Benefits of White Tea
Have a look at our Caffeine in Tea thread. -LG
16 years ago
 
Health Benefits of White Tea
Ha ha... you should see our Caffeine in Tea thread. -LG >From: W Lee (wan_s snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com) >Subject: Health Benefits of White Tea >Newsgroups: rec.food.drink.tea...
16 years ago 1
 
Re: Caffeine in tea
It depends on what you mean by "selective." If you mean entirely conscious or forced breeding, then *mostly* yes (albeit primarily in the modernized world, and outside of arranged marriages and the l...
16 years ago 6
 
Re: All-in-one Stainless Steel Tea Mug
snipped-for-privacy@teahaven.com (Cyndi Tai) wrote in news: snipped-for-privacy@posting.google.com: > infuser basket and lid. Please visit our website at:
16 years ago 9