Picked up a tin last week. This was actually the first tea that I bought from David’s Tea, last year some time, but my knowledge and appreciation for the stuff has come a long long way since then. For example, I definitely couldn’t have told you back then that the strongest flavour by far that comes out of this blend is Keemun and that I detect a bit of Yunnan especially at later steepings.

I love this newfound knowledge and I love the community and vibe here at Steepster. However, I’ve been trying to take it to the extreme, I think, and log every cup of tea I drink.. which is a lot, these days! My daughter was two months old yesterday and I’m finding myself more and more having to shift my focus towards family matters and less on personal pursuits. I still want to log on and record something new or look for reviews and recommendations from time to time, but I don’t think I’ll be going quite so hardcore with this for the next little while.

Like I said, I really love this site and the opportunities it has for new knowledge, opinions, connections, but I love it so much I’m going to have to cut down a little (“Hi my name is Wayne Steepsterstoomuch” “Well you’d better cut down a little” “I’m sorry? Ah, I get it ‘Steepsters too much’, so I’d better cut down a little..” – anybody get the reference? Lol.)

SO anyway.. without subjecting you to any more hot air.. see you around, now and then. :)

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