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3 3 Jan 1, 2014
by Phil H. at 10:46 AM
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Traveling Tea Shuttle box status & news. Monthly Tea Swap news. Is there an online store-wide Clearance Sale going on? A new Tea Swap? Want to share a Coupon Code? Post it here, please!

24 47 Jun 7, 2012
by A former member at 8:04 AM
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If your tea disappoints, it may be the preparation method. POST YOUR PROBLEM HERE & someone with experience will ANSWER it. Give details of all you've done. BE SURE TO click on "Track this Discussion" so you'll be notified when you have an answer.

20 50 May 19, 2012
by A former member at 12:53 AM
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How to describe the dry leaf & the infusion? How to record the experience of savoring them? How to compare one infusion with a similar one? Certification, schools, connoisseurship, technique, glossaries, sampling, tasting & cupping sessions.

30 54 Jun 23, 2012
by A former member at 4:31 PM
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Educational resources e.g. WikiTeadia, Online Forums, Blogs, Reviews, Tea Magazines, News about Tea & Health Research, Tea Tours & Travel

14 25 Oct 13, 2014
by Zak C. at 8:51 AM
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Sources, recipes, and methods for blending herbs, flavorings, and teas, just teas, just herbs, or whatever makes the best blend to satisfy your goals in aroma, taste, color, health benefits, and overall impression.

6 10 Aug 5, 2011
by A former member at 12:02 AM
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Discussion of upcoming meetups, member hosting of a single meetup (aka 'Tea Sprout'), tea-related events -- local and national, tea (or steepsters) in the news. discussion of past meetups, meetup possibilities for future.

10 29 Aug 9, 2012
by sandra h. at 12:43 PM
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TEAPOTS-KETTLES-INFUSERS-ELECT­RIC/TRONIC or NOT, & other GADGETS. [post steeping stuff in THE BIG STEEP, please]. Porcelain, stainless steel, clay, cast iron, bamboo, polycarbonate. Material, size, shape. Application, usage, durability, pros & cons.

9 15 Jul 2, 2012
by A former member at 9:34 AM
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This is the place where members can list their business or hobby. The first post will be an index. Information pages for the listed members will make up the rest of the posts.

2 3 Sep 23, 2010
by A former member at 5:14 AM
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Know of a tea-related place in the San Antonio area -- a place to shop or drink? A place to sample, buy, discover, explore? A place for great whole-leaf teas, exotic oolongs or pu-erh's? A spot with good ambiance in which to sip and linger?

18 35 May 26, 2012
by A former member at 12:13 PM
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Recipe for food or beverage which uses tea or herbs as a Featured Ingredient? Post here. The art of Food Pairing goes here, too.

6 14 Jun 15, 2012
by A former member at 11:10 PM
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Includes tea ceremonies, flower arranging (ikebana), Chinese dynasties, the tea garden

14 30 Feb 7, 2012
by Karen at 10:54 AM
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Literature, Music, Poetry, Theatre, Drawing, Painting -- the written, sung, danced, and visual arts. Many a novel or poem includes references to tea. Herbs and potions take part in Shakespeare's plays. Where have you found tea in the arts?

1 1 Jun 29, 2010
by A former member at 11:25 AM
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ODDITIES, FUN FACTS about tea. Tea-related cartoons, funny photos, unusual customs, folklore, riddles, jokes.

11 11 May 19, 2012
by A former member at 12:41 AM
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Among SATE members, there are many particular tea-related interests to be pursued. SIG's have great potential, because they can often make things happen sooner (and better) than the organizer, whose ongoing responsibilities are sometimes sufficient.

4 6 Feb 13, 2010
by A former member at 10:13 PM

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