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Tea meditation

Tap into the energy of rare teas brewed in the kung fu manner. An excellent way to start off 2013.

We will be drinking Chinese tea, primarily aged Pu Erh tea.

Unity tea house provides a great environment for people looking to take tea in a meditative way.

A five dollar donation is greatly appreciated.


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  • A former member
    A former member

    Very informative and interesting. I had always been told that pu-erh tea has some caffeine and maybe this should be explained for people who are very sensitive to caffeine. I googled it when coming home to confirm this.
    "Similarly, there is good caffeine and bad caffeine. Fine Pu-Erh teas have good caffeine. It stimulates the nervous system and opens all channels!"

    February 2, 2013

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