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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Old 23-09-2010, 04:09 PM posted to rec.food.drink.tea
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Default Daybreak to Sunset tea habit

I got back from a short trip to SF. I was up before daybreak catching
up on the Net. I was famished for a cup of tea but couldnt make any
before the first rays of the day. This has happened to me before. It
then occurred to me I dont drink tea when it is dark. Sometimes in
the evening I might have a cup of puer but it is only technically a
tea. Are there any vampire tea drinkers around. Even the literature
only indicates daytime habits.

Jim

PS I thought Ive seen it all when it comes to the tea leaf. Im still
amazed at what I saw in SF and will report soon. Incidentally I can
say now I was involved in several multiple hour gong fu sessions. It
changed my mind on the tea evaluation process. Im still a fan of
drinking an English tea pot bone dry but I will give the thimble shots
their due.

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Old 23-09-2010, 07:31 PM posted to rec.food.drink.tea
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Default Daybreak to Sunset tea habit

On Sep 23, 10:09*am, Space Cowboy wrote:
I got back from a short trip to SF. *I was up before daybreak catching
up on the Net. *I was famished for a cup of tea but couldnt make any
before the first rays of the day. *This has happened to me before. *It
then occurred to me I dont drink tea when it is dark. *Sometimes in
the evening I might have a cup of puer but it is only technically a
tea. *Are there any vampire tea drinkers around. *Even the literature
only indicates daytime habits.

Jim

PS *I thought Ive seen it all when it comes to the tea leaf. *Im still
amazed at what I saw in SF and will report soon. *Incidentally I can
say now I was involved in several multiple hour gong fu sessions. *It
changed my mind on the tea evaluation process. *Im still a fan of
drinking an English tea pot bone dry but I will give the thimble shots
their due.


I have my breakfast teas, which I drink sporadically, my late morning
teas, and my midafternoon teas (green.) If I do a vampire drink, it
would be a tisane.... Toci


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