Tag Archives: gaiwan

2013 Jingmai Mountain Shou

This is the penultimate post about the teas that make up the Lübeck Haul. This 357 gram beeng was spotted by Mrs. Teaist in Lübecker Tee Kontor.

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In-between Days

Greetings from the in-between days, what we hereabouts call the relatively quiet period between Christmas and New Year, the calm eye of the festive storm.

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Yunnan Golden Downy Pekoe

This is the first review of one of the teas that made up the double digit haul that Mrs. Teaist brought back from the German city of Lübeck recently.

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A Clear Winner

Regular readers of this blog will no doubt be aware of my somewhat lacklustre attempts to curtail my teaware habit.

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The Bottom of the Caddy

You know before opening the caddy that this will be the last session with that particular tea. The caddy feels unusually light, and the few lonely leaves left inside make an odd, metallic scraping noise as they slide about.

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The Blue Bowl of Happiness

Sometimes, even the less glamorous of teas drunk in the most everyday of settings can work magic.

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Yet More New Teaware…

I picked up this tea set made of red clay during our recent visit to Stockholm over the Easter period.

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