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The Last Dragon

This weekend our extended clan gathered at the family house in the country for a double birthday celebration.

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Malawi 2018 Leafy Ripe Dark Tea

Alistair of What-cha renown has a habit of getting hold of interesting teas that simply beg to be sampled, and this one is no exception. A tea from Malawi, processed along the lines of a shou Pu-erh? Don’t mind if … Continue reading

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Yunnan Pure Bud Golden Snail

This is chapter 3 of the ongoing saga of my recent What-cha order.

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Fujian Zhangping Shui Xian Mini Cake

Yet another part of my recent What-cha order.

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What-cha English Breakfast

This tea arrived on my tea table in the form of a 7 gram sample that was kindly included in a recent purchase I made over at What-cha.

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What-Cha Qing Mei Shan

This is yet another of What-cha’s range of sweet little 100 gram mini-beengs, and is the result of a second joint effort between Alistair of What-cha and Scott Wilson of Yunnan Sourcing.

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2015 Bancha Goishicha

Bancha Goishicha is a dark or post-fermented tea from Japan. This particular tea originates from Otoyo town, which lies in Kochi prefecture on Shikoku island, and was produced in February 2015.

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