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Wow, Upton has a great selection and website. Thanks for the links!

Upton is great, Adagio is just meh though.

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Found a new site

 

http://www.teaadvisor.com/

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Since it has been a while since I published a pic of my first Tea-Fi-Brewer

 

ref: http://www.head-fi.org/t/205270/tea-fi/225#post_8139640,

 

- I have now found time to make a follow up. Here's the WA22TE brewer. 

 

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Edited by ardilla - 9/23/13 at 1:02am
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How does balanced tea compare to single ended?

And, is it true this tea is slightly less sweet than the previous method?
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:eek: 

 

I like tea, current favourite is Japanese genmaicha.

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How does balanced tea compare to single ended?

And, is it true this tea is slightly less sweet than the previous method?

 

Balanced tastes more.... balanced.... :p

 
The WA2TE is best at brewing nice green Chinese, like a premium Long Jing
 
The WA22TE excels when brewing a good Darjeeling first flush
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Just received a new supply of green.

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If you ship me a can, I can help celebrate you, too! :evil:

 

Nicely presented, Redcarmoose...

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If you ship me a can, I can help celebrate you, too! :evil:

 

Nicely presented, Redcarmoose...

Unfortunately my Euro buds who live in China only kicked down one can.:confused:

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Unfortunately my Euro buds who live in China only kicked down one can.:confused:

 

:thumb: Your thought is worth just as much, if not more...

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:thumb: Your thought is worth just as much, if not more...

To tell you the truth, I may let you know when I'm going to be back in LA, I can bring you some. They do have a wide selection of black and red tea here in Indonesia, Price almost free! Nothing like a good China green though.

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:biggrin: I'll stay on the green side, with the occasional red, white...

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biggrin.gif  I'll stay on the green side, with the occasional red, white...



Have you ever gone to the India part of town for Brooke Bond Red? I used to drink a ton of that in California.
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Have you ever gone to the India part of town for Brooke Bond Red? I used to drink a ton of that in California.

 

No, I haven't. Is it actually a "Red" tea like Rooibos? Does drinking a ton suggests you liked it? :D 

 

Update.: Just looked it up - don't think it'd be my cup of tea. :rolleyes:


Edited by Silent One - 9/30/13 at 1:36pm
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I recently found out about Chamomile Tea and I now have some every day. It has worked wonders for my health taking away acid reflux and gas problems. Where before I could only tolerate one cup of coffee before getting a gassy feeling now I can easily have three cups or more if i want without any problems. I wont push my luck though and usually just have two cups max a day and only if its chilly in the later part of the day :D I can also eat big meals without worry but like the coffee I keep it sensible.

 

I usually have just under half a cup of Chamomile Tea mixed in with my coffee which is supposed to help the brain with sharper thinking due to ingredients in both. Thanks to the natural sweetness of the tea it also helps with me cutting down on how much sugar I add to my coffee which helps with the weight loss. I use the Celestial non-caffeinated version.

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