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Here's my tea! Astounding right? All that tea for $30 and free shipping if your order is $30 or more. They even wrote on my order form! I love small companiesbiggrin.gif So right there is the Wonders of Kashmir brewing. An insane tea, these are the ingredients: Pai Mu Tan white tea, Darjeeling green tea, Lung Ching green, Mountain Fog green tea, sweet corn, pineapple bits, pineapple flavor, papaya bits, jasmine  and guess what? It was absolutely delicious. If your thinking the same thing, what are those ingredients?? My mom thought the same thing, she thought it was delicious too.

 

I use an Adagio Ingenuitea to brew at work.

You like it?

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 So right there is the Wonders of Kashmir brewing. An insane tea, these are the ingredients: Pai Mu Tan white tea, Darjeeling green tea, Lung Ching green, Mountain Fog green tea, sweet corn, pineapple bits, pineapple flavor, papaya bits, jasmine 

Sounds delicious ... if somewhat of a misnomer.

Congrats on the tea haul.
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 So right there is the Wonders of Kashmir brewing. An insane tea, these are the ingredients: Pai Mu Tan white tea, Darjeeling green tea, Lung Ching green, Mountain Fog green tea, sweet corn, pineapple bits, pineapple flavor, papaya bits, jasmine 

Sounds delicious ... if somewhat of a misnomer.

Congrats on the tea haul.

Think so? It was great. I thought it sounded weird though..

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I've been getting into white tea lately - the fruit bits seem like they'd match well white tea's frugiliciousness, and I unabashedly love anything with jasmine (which seems like the only ingredient having anything remotely to do with Kashmir). I admit the sweet corn seems a bit odd, but what the hell. Clearly it works.
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I've been getting into white tea lately - the fruit bits seem like they'd match well white tea's frugiliciousness, and I unabashedly love anything with jasmine (which seems like the only ingredient having anything remotely to do with Kashmir). I admit the sweet corn seems a bit odd, but what the hell. Clearly it works.

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White tea is really great. It's probably tied with Jasmine for me. 

 

Speaking of which, I made the wife(ish) a cup of Jasmine when she got home from work...and more green for me.

 

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I've been getting into white tea lately - the fruit bits seem like they'd match well white tea's frugiliciousness, and I unabashedly love anything with jasmine (which seems like the only ingredient having anything remotely to do with Kashmir). I admit the sweet corn seems a bit odd, but what the hell. Clearly it works.
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You like it?

 

It's fine for what it is, an inexpensive infuser that you can quickly pour out to control brewing time.  The filter gets stained easily and is hard to wash, but I drink almost exclusively green and lighter oolongs so it isn't a big deal if I can't get it sparkling clean.  Probably buying a new one soon as mine is about three years old now.  

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You like it?

 

It's fine for what it is, an inexpensive infuser that you can quickly pour out to control brewing time.  The filter gets stained easily and is hard to wash, but I drink almost exclusively green and lighter oolongs so it isn't a big deal if I can't get it sparkling clean.  Probably buying a new one soon as mine is about three years old now.  

I just started noticing that in mine. What to do? Its pretty stained.. Does it do anything? Also, what is a good steeper? 

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Piglet says hello! I like this one from Bodum:
http://www.bodum.com/us/en-us/shop/detail/1842-01GVP/?navid=272

Oh, that would be tieguanyin tea steeping. smily_headphones1.gif
Edited by GrindingThud - 2/15/13 at 12:02pm
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I really like that steeper! I'll look into itbiggrin.gif Nice WA3 too. Also, that cup! Two Winnie The Pooh cups lately.

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I'm more of an iced tea kind of guy... I usually stick to a couple flavored blacks and greens. My favorite are cranberry blood orange black, passionfruit papaya black, and black raspberry superfruit green teas from Republic of Tea and organic plain black ice tea from Harney.com. Good stuff.

 

The only thing I consume more than tea is music and nicotine via my electronic cigarette (smoked for 10yrs, now 1yr off cigs) dt880smile.png

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Edited by devhen - 2/15/13 at 2:42pm
post #312 of 591

Oh man how have i been missing this thread all this time!

I have been really into tea forever but sense my car wreck these past 2 years i have been doing 

lose leaf every night 

http://www.moondreamtea.com/

 

I have been buying a lot from here, He makes each blend fresh to order each time i do recommend his Gaian Blend 

 

Also some very nice post already in this thread i can see myself ordering some Tea very soon to go with my new WA7 hehe!

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White peony with a few jasmine pearls tossed in to combat a rainy day.


post #314 of 591

I absolutely adored this tea, everybody in my family loved it too. Its a green roobios called Nut & Honeybunch Crunch, highly recommended!

http://www.dellaterrateas.com/nut-honeybush-crunch/

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The wife got me a pair of these diffuser mugs at Teavana... I swap back and forth between these and piglet. smily_headphones1.gif
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