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Old 26-08-2005, 04:33 AM
Lara Burton
 
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"Mike Petro" wrote in message
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On Thu, 25 Aug 2005 02:49:50 GMT, "Lara Burton"
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To best answer that please tell us a bit about your tea experience.

Have you tried any peurhs at all yet?


only a black cooked loose from Rishi. but I loved it and this ng raves so
much about pu that I'd like to learn more

Do you prefer black teas or green teas?

greens mostly, some whites (some reason I love Indian whites) I don't drink
blacks. Just habit, I suppose.

Do you currently use loose leaf or teabags?


loose only.

What type of brewing equipment do you own?


Two ceramic tea pots and an Inginuitea. I am seriously considering a gong
fu

$100 is a large budget for a first time around. Why so much? Are you
looking for a selection?


$100 is a nice round number. I usually drop about $70 on a green tea order.
With the $100, those who think I need "a really good tea" can refer me to
one special cake, while others can refer me to several lower priced samples.
I am looking only to experience pu er. Variety of lower priced, single
higher priced, whatever. I want the experts to advise. I will consider all
the suggestions, weigh the issues, etc and finally purchase several samples
at my discrection.

Thanks for your response

Mike Petro
http://www.pu-erh.net
"In this work, when it shall be found that much is omitted, let it not be
forgotten that much likewise is performed."
Samuel Johnson, 1775, upon finishing his dictionary.