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Tea: Preferences and Preperation Techniques of 21st Century Victorian-era Temporal Expats.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Basil Weeks and Cyril Tewksbury Aug 25. 94 Replies

     Abhorring thread duplication, I checked first to see if the community had delved into the oft-spirited discussion regarding the consumption of our favourite concoction of the Camellia Sinensis…Continue

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Basil Weeks and Cyril Tewksbury replied to Samuel F. Birkenkamp's discussion Tea: Preferences and Preperation Techniques of 21st Century Victorian-era Temporal Expats.
"Basil: Thank you, sir. "
Aug 25
James R. Murray replied to Samuel F. Birkenkamp's discussion Tea: Preferences and Preperation Techniques of 21st Century Victorian-era Temporal Expats.
"Sorry, Mr. Weeks, I missed this. As a total noob when I originally posted this, it taught me a lot. However, since I did it it seems to have changed from a course, to a page just with information. I enjoyed the course format, and waiting to find out…"
Aug 24
Basil Weeks and Cyril Tewksbury replied to Samuel F. Birkenkamp's discussion Tea: Preferences and Preperation Techniques of 21st Century Victorian-era Temporal Expats.
"Basil: Quite an intriguing topic you've chosen -- though, sadly, 'Thread Necromancy' it seems to be. Personally, Cyril and I both enjoy black teas the most; British Breakfast, Irish Breakfast, and a plain black store brand tea from…"
Aug 11
Basil Weeks and Cyril Tewksbury replied to Samuel F. Birkenkamp's discussion Tea: Preferences and Preperation Techniques of 21st Century Victorian-era Temporal Expats.
"Basil: Would you be so kind as to provide the website at which you received your free online course on tea? It would be much appreciated.  Cyril: I ain't much interested in learnin' 'bout tea. Just drinkin' it. "
Aug 11
Basil Weeks and Cyril Tewksbury liked Samuel F. Birkenkamp's discussion Tea: Preferences and Preperation Techniques of 21st Century Victorian-era Temporal Expats.
Aug 11
Alisandra Volta replied to Samuel F. Birkenkamp's discussion Tea: Preferences and Preperation Techniques of 21st Century Victorian-era Temporal Expats.
"Aah something I know about! My girlfriends and I have English High Tea once a week. ( I am making Molasses cookies as we speak) . I get most of our teas at the Asian Market as they have the best variety and prices."
Jul 29
Madame Magdalena (Maria Noah) replied to Samuel F. Birkenkamp's discussion Tea: Preferences and Preperation Techniques of 21st Century Victorian-era Temporal Expats.
"I love tea and have no idea where to begin.  I am afraid I am put of by any extreme fussiness or the appearance thereof, so I avoid American tea establishments.  I prefer to drink Earl Gray.  This is in part due to preference and in…"
Jan 24
Michael Telson replied to Samuel F. Birkenkamp's discussion Tea: Preferences and Preperation Techniques of 21st Century Victorian-era Temporal Expats.
"I can't remember if the store is still open, but there was a traditional Vietnamese tea shop at the "Grand Century Mall" in San Jose, Ca. My wife (she is Chinese from Vietnam) bought some tea there and they went through the correct…"
Dec 16, 2013
Professor Argon Bats replied to Samuel F. Birkenkamp's discussion Tea: Preferences and Preperation Techniques of 21st Century Victorian-era Temporal Expats.
"Try this http://www.perchs.dk/default.asp?page=egentekst.asp&id=47 Lots of interesting articles as well."
Aug 19, 2013
Ada Elizabeth Cook replied to Samuel F. Birkenkamp's discussion Tea: Preferences and Preperation Techniques of 21st Century Victorian-era Temporal Expats.
"I do not have any tea in my cup right now. As for my preferred tea, that would be red. I know it has a name, but I cannot remember it. I do, however, also drink earl grey, green tea and black tea. But I digress.  As someone who is trying to be…"
Aug 19, 2013
Professor Argon Bats replied to Samuel F. Birkenkamp's discussion Tea: Preferences and Preperation Techniques of 21st Century Victorian-era Temporal Expats.
"Excellent selection. I am curious, what is the "navvy" blend?It wouldn't be Assam with Lapsang souchong, would it? And yes, the mustache cups work wonders, I have seen them in action. My mom (a professional potter) made one for her…"
Jul 24, 2013
Professor Herschel Euphorbiamus replied to Samuel F. Birkenkamp's discussion Tea: Preferences and Preperation Techniques of 21st Century Victorian-era Temporal Expats.
"Aah! The noblest of beverages.As an Englishman,and proud of it,I favour a fine bone china teapot This to be suitably warmed before infusing the leaves in freshly drawn water,2-3 seconds off the boil to avoid scalding.Among my favourites are…"
Jul 24, 2013
Caitlin N. Veit replied to Samuel F. Birkenkamp's discussion Tea: Preferences and Preperation Techniques of 21st Century Victorian-era Temporal Expats.
"My tea preferences are wide.  I enjoy many spices and flavors.  My favorite teas usually have ginger additions but I love jasmine and oolong of all kinds.  If I am drinking a black tea I enjoy some cream with it, but with lemon is…"
Jun 1, 2013
Kellyann Conway replied to Samuel F. Birkenkamp's discussion Tea: Preferences and Preperation Techniques of 21st Century Victorian-era Temporal Expats.
"I LOVe tea and Steampunk; it's magic when they meet! Right now I am drinking Puerth tea, We are having a Steampunk Tea in Sacramento in June 22, if you're interested. I would love to let other…"
May 25, 2013
Rowena M. Harper replied to Samuel F. Birkenkamp's discussion Tea: Preferences and Preperation Techniques of 21st Century Victorian-era Temporal Expats.
"The tea selection locally is sparse, for the most part. But, thank you for finding this! I may just have to give it a try!"
May 17, 2013
Rowena M. Harper replied to Samuel F. Birkenkamp's discussion Tea: Preferences and Preperation Techniques of 21st Century Victorian-era Temporal Expats.
"The unfortunate bit is when the pre-made tea in the glass bottles still tastes like plastics."
May 17, 2013

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