Tea (rec.drink.tea) Discussion relating to tea, the world's second most consumed beverage (after water), made by infusing or boiling the leaves of the tea plant (C. sinensis or close relatives) in water.

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Well, OK so maybe not so much a destination for tea but I will be off
on my honeymoon next week and with all the trip posts I just couldn't
resist. Probably some locally grown coffee and maybe a tea or two if
I'm lucky, but even more I'm looking forward to trying some Kava.
Finally a whole week+ of silence from me, so enjoy! Aloha.

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On Jul 18, 12:41*am, "Dominic T." > wrote:
> Well, OK so maybe not so much a destination for tea but I will be off
> on my honeymoon next week and with all the trip posts I just couldn't
> resist. Probably some locally grown coffee and maybe a tea or two if
> I'm lucky, but even more I'm looking forward to trying some Kava.
> Finally a whole week+ of silence from me, so enjoy! Aloha.
>
> - Dominic


Enjoy Kava, Dominic! It can be real nice. Sure wish
it tasted as good as any crummiest tea you can
pick up in a supermarket. :-(. I highly prefer modern
way of preparation vs. traditional aboriginal way. -ak
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On Jul 18, 5:41*am, "Dominic T." > wrote:
> Well, OK so maybe not so much a destination for tea but I will be off
> on my honeymoon next week and with all the trip posts I just couldn't
> resist.


Congatulations on your nuptuals and I applaud your honeymoon
destination.

Not completely devoid of tea - see
http://www.kealanani.com/news/newsim...20May%2008.pdf
and browse the www,kealanani.com virtual site. Not too sure if you
will get onto the physical site to see the tea - it's in the
development phase with plans for 200 acres of mainly African clones.

Nigel at Teacraft
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