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I purchased this after trying it at Phoenix’es “Teattle” shop. It was – without much exaggeration – one of the most unique teas I’ve come across. I’m still hard-pressed to define it, but I do my darnedest here…and explain how it makes me feel like a bit of a “tea hipster” – an old one at that: http://lazyliteratus.teatra.de/2012/05/08/youve-probably-never-heard-of-this-tea-before/

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ScottTeaMan

AS always, an interesting review.

Geoffrey Norman

Thanks. That’s what I aim for.

ScottTeaMan

Am I wrong or have you been posting sporadically lately?

Geoffrey Norman

I will confess, I’ve been incredibly sporadic.

ScottTeaMan

My sister lives in Eugene

Geoffrey Norman

I know it. There’s a nifty teashop called “J-Tea” out there that I have yet to venture to.

ScottTeaMan

Have you ever been to the Stash shop in Tigard?

Geoffrey Norman

All the time.

ScottTeaMan

My sisters has lived in OR 3 or is it 4 years and she has never been to Stash. What about Tao of Tea? I think that would be my first choice.

Geoffrey Norman

The good ol’ Tao of Tea was my first jaunt into loose leaf teas.

Charles Thomas Draper

I always enjoy your reviews….

Geoffrey Norman

Thank ya. I always get a kick outta yours as well.

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ScottTeaMan

AS always, an interesting review.

Geoffrey Norman

Thanks. That’s what I aim for.

ScottTeaMan

Am I wrong or have you been posting sporadically lately?

Geoffrey Norman

I will confess, I’ve been incredibly sporadic.

ScottTeaMan

My sister lives in Eugene

Geoffrey Norman

I know it. There’s a nifty teashop called “J-Tea” out there that I have yet to venture to.

ScottTeaMan

Have you ever been to the Stash shop in Tigard?

Geoffrey Norman

All the time.

ScottTeaMan

My sisters has lived in OR 3 or is it 4 years and she has never been to Stash. What about Tao of Tea? I think that would be my first choice.

Geoffrey Norman

The good ol’ Tao of Tea was my first jaunt into loose leaf teas.

Charles Thomas Draper

I always enjoy your reviews….

Geoffrey Norman

Thank ya. I always get a kick outta yours as well.

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I moonlight as a procrastinating writer and daylight as a trader of jack. I appreciate good tea, good beer, and food that is bad for me. Someday I’ll write the great American novel. And it’ll probably have something to do with tea or beer…or both. In the meantime, I subsist.

Tea Blog: http://www.steepstories.com

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Oregon

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http://www.lazyliteratus.com

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