Glenn E. wrote:I like it - I visit periodically to browse around. I keep wanting to try both the Ice Peak Oolong and the Iron Goddess of Mercy, but I've never bought fine teas before and have no brewing equipment. I don't even have a proper tea cup!
Pint glasses?!? Are you sure you shouldn’t be living on this side of the pond with that level of tea commitment?!?g-man wrote:i drink my teas out of pint glasses so i'm not that far off. Fine tea cups are just too delicate for everyday drinking
jdaw1 wrote:Ages ago I was sent a roll of tea-bag paper. The roll was about 30cm ≈ 12″ across, and many tens of meters long. Fabulous port filter paper. Does g-man’s tea shop sell such accessories?
Just that. But the size of a tea-bag is too small, even for ordinary bottles. A roll would be good; pre-made coffee-filter shapes also excellent. What is there?g-man wrote:it's like the coffee filter but for tea, but not nearly as "crude" as coffee filters as the filters are a bit more pourous.
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