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Boy howdy do I like this tea.

I’m eating barbecued pork that I made from local, sustainably raised pigs, and sipping this tea and feeling very sort of rural Mainland China. Pork and oolong, right? ;-)

The spice and smoke in the meat is hiding the smoke and roast in the tea and bringing out all the sweetness it has. This is a perfect pairing and it is allowing me to ignore this terminally boring conference call on which I am stuck.

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