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September 15, 2009

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alex

What a great post....I recently got a tea wallet,(so hard to find) at a great little tea shop in Port Jefferson, NY called You, Me and Tea. What a great little gift for myself. I even bought a few for some friends. They are hand made. I looked on their website at http://www.youmeandtea.com but don't sell them online because they have so many different patterns. If you can call them they will help you out.

Jason Witt

I like to take a little mini tuo cha (bowl-shaped piece of Puerh tea) with me when I go out on the town. They're individually wrapped so they don't get dirty. They're good for a few to several steepings, depending on their size. I just keep those leaves at the bottom of the cup after getting some hot water at a coffee shop. I can get refills multiple times. http://www.jasonwitt.org/teaternity.html

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wow amazing top ten Always take a good attitude and good manners with you. This should go without saying, but I want to say it, just in case. Don't make a big deal out of your tea and make yourself the center of attention. And, if you want to make your own tea at a restaurant, order hot tea with the teabag on the side, not just hot water.
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