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Some Intermediate-Level Ideas About Tea – Part 1

Related to the social media theme, I tend to like to talk in places where people are newer to tea because I can help people more there.  The “expert” groups are nice for a different kind of reference and discussion. Even in those places it often works out that a newcomer who really isn’t very far along the experience curve can help prompt really good discussion with questions. Here I’d like to explore some ideas from a middle ground, the kinds of things people pretty far through a learning cu...
Tags: Tea, Commentary, Harney, Gong Fu, Tea Concepts, Tea Knowledge, Liu Bao


Some Intermediate-Level Ideas About Tea – Part 2

Continued from yesterday’s post Varying exposure; South East Asian teas:   Off the broad themes here, it’s worth considering exploring tea types and sources outside China, Taiwan, Japan, and India.  Not that anyone could ever really “get to” all the tea types in China, or even do justice to just sheng pu’er or wuyi yancha.  The “generalist” approach is kind of assumed then. To me, it’s interesting trying something new versus only enjoying ever-improving close variations of past experiences.  ...
Tags: Tea, China, India, Thailand, Nepal, Myanmar, Vietnam, Laos, Commentary, CCL, China Taiwan Japan, Tea Concepts, Tea Knowledge, Indonesia Laos



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