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Craig Andrews
Works at Andrews Green Beans
Attended West Humber Collegiate Institute
Lives in Rexdale, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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You think you've seen glass sculptures?, just look at this artists awesome work!!
I'm still trying to describe it, maybe like a digital Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) captured in glass!!! :D
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Sourcing Tea in China, Chapter 4. Tie Guan Yin – TKY Qingxiang vs. TKY Chunxiang. Tie Guan Yin from Anxi county, Fujian province, in my tea ceremony. What bewildered us when we initially took on trying Tie Guan Yin teas from Anxi County, province Fujian, China, was the unusual broad spectrum of ...
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A primer on the Japanese ceremonial tea.
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Excellent smooth & sweet bodied Oolong!

This Oolong tea has a light straw golden palish green infusion/liquor with a very smooth body and sweet finish, coupled with a light floral fragrance.
The small tightly rolled leaves are deceptive looking, so make sure your brewing vessel is big enough to accomodate the unfurled/expanded bulk of LARGE tea leaves to have enough volume to infuse properly.

I highly recommend this excellent smooth & sweet bodied Oolong tea! :D
http://www.tealux.ca/iron_goddess_monkey_picked_ti_kuan_yin_oolong_tea
Tie Guan Yin (铁观音, “Iron Boddhisatva of Mercy,” or simply “Iron Goddess”) has several grades, but what do those grades mean? We wanted to take a closer look. So, we checked with some oolong experts out there. Always a good th...
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I've been taking this for two years now.  ;)
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Tea leaves, from plant to your teacup, undergo quite a journey of processing, storing, preparing for sale, etc. Máochá is one of those processing steps, according to several experts on tea. Some translate the term as “crude t...
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A lot of tea from China is from the Camellia sinensis var. sinensis. Pu-erh is a bit of an exception. It is from a different tea plant varietal. But the real uniqueness of pu-erh comes from the way the leaves are processed mo...
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Education
  • West Humber Collegiate Institute
    1969 - 1973
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    P/T Green Coffee Merchant, present
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The journey starts from here
vickyteagarden.blogspot.com

The journey starts from here Throughout the summer of 2010, I traveled to tea production counties in south-west region of YunNan, China. I w

Tie Guan Yin – TKY Qingxiang vs. TKY Chunxiang
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Sourcing Tea in China, Chapter 4. Tie Guan Yin – TKY Qingxiang vs. TKY Chunxiang. Tie Guan Yin from Anxi county, Fujian province, in my tea

Is It a Black Tea, a Green Tea, or an Oolong?
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The difference between a black tea, a green tea, and an oolong can be difficult to tell sometimes. This article will focus on the difference

3 Key Factors in Máochá That Affect Pu-erh Quality
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Tea leaves, from plant to your teacup, undergo quite a journey of processing, storing, preparing for sale, etc. Máochá is one of those proce

5 Reasons to Use a Gaiwan
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Traditional Dragon & Phoenix Gaiwan How you steep your tea certainly makes a difference, and part of that “how” is the teaware you use for s

5 Tricks to Using a Gaiwan
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UPDATE: See a gaiwan in action in a review of our 2011 Spring Imperial White Peony Tea. For some teas, steeping in a teapot is just not appr

Tea Stories: A Big Tea Surprise (from a local coffee shop called “Drip”)
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My humans, ever on the hunt for teas available from the local stores, saw a notice on Facebook about a tea from the Himalayas now available

Mutiple Infusions vs. Overinfusing Your Tea
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A question came up the other day on our Facebook page: “If over steeping a tea can make the cup bitter, then why is the same not evidently a

That's no moon... it's a new S Filter!
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You know how proud parents announce the birth of their treasured little one on Facebook and more or less spam their friends with baby pictur

Storing Teas for Aging vs. Preservation
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A lot of talk about aging various teas beside just pu-erhs has been popping up online recently. So, we wanted to take time to differentiate

Tea Stories: Doke Tea Garden Progress – Black Fusion
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Doke Tea Garden’s Black Fusion started out as a real horror story. The sample we received was so bad we didn’t bother to post about it. Not

Tea Stories: All Fired Up at Doke Tea with a New Oven & 4 Great Teas
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Great progress being made a Doke Tea Garden. Those folks have that real “Little Red Hen” spirit. In case any of you humans don’t know that s

Tea Stories: First Flush Fever Continues with Giddapahar SFTGFOP 1 CH SP...
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Just when our temperatures around here were starting to get back to normal, my humans decided to dive in to some more first flush 2014 sampl

Tea Stories: A Trip to Nannuo Mountain via a Raw Pu-erh from JAS-eTea
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Bai Po Lao Zhai Pure Old-Tree Raw Pu-erh from JAS-eTea took us on a journey. One of the best things about tea is how it can transport you. M

Pu-erh Bing Cake Mold Sizes and Types
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The Bing (also Beeng or Disc) is one of the most common pu-erh cake shapes available. “Bing” is loosely translated as “round.” The shape is

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