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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On Apr 7, 8:22*am, wrote:
> Tea traditions are to be respected not revered.
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Except for Ti Kwan Yin. Toci
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On Apr 8, 7:29*am, wrote:
> What tea to drink is mostly a potpourri.
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When in doubt, drink a plain tea. Toci
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On Apr 9, 8:07*am, wrote:
> What I know about tea could fill a cup.
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Or, if need be, a teapot. Toci
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On Apr 10, 7:10*am, wrote:
> Don't expect too much from tea, it won't disappoint.
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A warm cup gladdens the heart. Toci
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On Apr 11, 9:08*am, wrote:
> Anyone can enjoy tea but most cant.
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Decant. Toci


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Every tea will taste good even if only for a moment.
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On Apr 13, 7:42*am, wrote:
> Every tea will taste good even if only for a moment.
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Well, almost every. Toci
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On Apr 13, 11:40*pm, toci > wrote:
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> > Every tea will taste good even if only for a moment.
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> Well, almost every. * * Toci


i like tea , but i can't taste it
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Thats an interesting statement. Care to share more.

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On Apr 13, 11:36 pm, wrote:
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> i like tea , but i can't taste it


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A solitary tea drinker is not alone unfortunately.
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A decent cup of tea is good enough.
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On Apr 29, 7:22*am, wrote:
> A decent cup of tea is good enough.
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That's what Java tea is for. And now I'm doing my summer iced tea,
apparently-it's good for that, too. Toci
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Tea is Mother's Earth elixir.
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Making tea is like a sport, however the game is more important than
the score.
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One tea moment is when no other tea will do.
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Yes, I agree with you. no only the process but also the preparation is very important. That's Gongfu tea, seems like wasting time but enjoying it at all.

Talk with friends, feel the nature spirit of tea, cool mind quiet and close to Dao.

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The best tea is when no other tea will do.
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Reading tea leaves is easier than describing taste.
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Intimacy is the best way to brew tea.
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Every cup of tea is a step.
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The most cultivated wisdom in tea is instinct.
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