I think I speak for everybody -- we missed you!So you were in Yunnan the whole time?The cake looks good. It doesn't look like this year's maocha?
I missed you all too!! My sincere apology for making you worry. Don't even have time to sit down and have a moment of "A Real Brew" for a few months... Marriage!!!Thanks for the a praise on my cake's appearance. It's made by a small farmer deep in Yiwu mountain. I found him from last year trip, and fall in love with his traditional method of making puerh. Using only half an acre of 300+ years old wild trees from his territory, he did save enough May harvest to made this order.
Which village (zhai) is he in?I am hoping to go to Yiwu next spring. It'll be nice to make a few contacts and make a few cakes for myself at least :)
Congratulations on the wedding!!!The cake looks beautiful.
Didn't even have time to sit down for tea? Sounds like a GREAT honeymoon! ;)Glad to see you back, and my sincerest CONGRATULATIONS on your marriage!!! Everyday I visit your blog, hoping to see a sign of life. Now you are back in action!Very nice looking tea! Its wrapper is very "Toki" style. :)
Phyll -- he's not married, yet!Dec 28!
Thank you all! Great Tea Friends!!
Oh!? Oops! Congratulations all the same! Is the wedding goin to be in NYC, Toki?
A true New Yorker style, of Course ; )
Are you going to have banquets in Korea and Hong Kong?
Will do the international wedding MUCH LATER!!!
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