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 30-06-2005, 03:58 AM
Anna
 
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My daughter bought me some tea and I don't know what kind it is.
Here's what is on the can
Jardin feng dai hong
sold in a green can with purple flower and leaf pattern. The company is Hediard of Paris France.
Can anyone tell me something about this tea? It smells so good and I like it so well. As you probably have guessed I don't know much about tea.
Thanks in advance
Anna

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Old 30-06-2005, 04:30 AM
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Jardin is "garden" in French. The other words sound similar to feng
mao hong, associated with some keemun teas from China. Toci

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Thanks for the fast answer.
Anna

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| mao hong, associated with some keemun teas from China. Toci
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It has been brought to my attention that I should not post in html. I am
sorry if I offended any one by doing this. The only excuse that I have is
that I didn't know.
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Old 03-07-2005, 04:37 PM
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i did a google search and viewed tea on their website-
it is a china tea and costs 14 euros-
"Anna" wrote in message ...
My daughter bought me some tea and I don't know what kind it is.
Here's what is on the can
Jardin feng dai hong
sold in a green can with purple flower and leaf pattern. The company is Hediard of Paris France.
Can anyone tell me something about this tea? It smells so good and I like it so well. As you probably have guessed I don't know much about tea.
Thanks in advance
Anna


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the tea is on their website-it costs 14 euros

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It has been brought to my attention that I should not post in html. I am
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that I didn't know.
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When I looked right after she bought it for me, they didn't have it listed
there. I wrote to them and they refered me to their outlet in the United
States. But neither gave me any information about the type of tea it was.
Thank for the heads up, I didn't think to look again to see if the site had
changed.
Anna

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i did a google search and viewed tea on their website-
it is a china tea and costs 14 euros-
"Anna" wrote in message
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My daughter bought me some tea and I don't know what kind it is.
Here's what is on the can
Jardin feng dai hong
sold in a green can with purple flower and leaf pattern. The company is
Hediard of Paris France.
Can anyone tell me something about this tea? It smells so good and I like
it so well. As you probably have guessed I don't know much about tea.
Thanks in advance
Anna


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Old 04-07-2005, 02:13 AM
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"Anna" wrote in
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It has been brought to my attention that I should not post in html. I
am sorry if I offended any one by doing this. The only excuse that I
have is that I didn't know.


I noticed the other day that with your second post to this thread, you had
turned HTML off. So my only comment is "well done".

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Old 04-07-2005, 05:30 PM
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Michael Plant wrote:
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It has been brought to my attention that I should not post in html. I am
sorry if I offended any one by doing this. The only excuse that I have is
that I didn't know.


You've offended no one, but I do appreciate your switching to plain text.


My ISP gets their feed from a site that runs "cleanfeed," which, among other
things, discards all HTML-ized or MIME-ified messages. So I never saw Anna's
original message.

I'm not offended in any way, but if someone posts in HTML, I won't ever see it.
Nor will much of the net.
--scott
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