Rob's Tea Blog
Cha Miao (Tea Temple)

A collection of tea blog and pages by Rob.



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Role: Apostle

Room: Cha Miao

VIP Menu: Wenshan Baozhong, Tie Guan Yin, West Lake Longjing (Jipin grade), Aged Pu-erhs

Tea Accessory: My side pour, glass kettle.

Most Unforgettable Tea: One time in Taiwan, I was having lunch with a retired Feng Shui Master, Ching Guo, and his family. After lunch we sat down for tea where I was served my first taste of Wenshan Baozhong. It was like being baptized into the world of tea!

Favourite Tea Shop: I have been in so many tea shops in China and Taiwan. I don't know that I could pick a favorite. I think a tea shop should be judged by it's tea-master, rather than the teas they have available at any given time.

Tell Us About Yourself:

I'm a spiritually-minded guy who doesn't follow any particular path. I do relate to: Taoism, Zen Buddhism, and Hinduism. My name here, Apostle, was chosen because I see myself as still learning about tea, while not minding sharing what I have learned so far; "spreading the word" so to say.

The name of my room is also a spiritual reference. Cha Miao translates to, Tea Temple.



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My Existing Tea Blog and Pages

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Loose Tea Drinkers - Are We A Quirky Group? 
Yes...We tea drinkers are a quirky group. My maternal grandparents were from England so tea drinking was a natural thing for my family. Of course it was …

Clay Teapot Gongfu Brewing - How I Got Started 
For me, using clay teapot makes a definite difference; because a clay-pot retains the residue and flavor of the tea made in it. I never thought much …

Glass Kettle - How I Brew Tea 
To further enhance the enjoyment of my teas, I only use glass (pyrex) kettles for preparing the water. No metal or plastic touches my water at any time …

Clay Teapots - How I Collect My Favourite Five 
Here are my favourite five clay teapots: Teapot 1 The orange coloured pot and cups came as a set, which I bought in Ying-ge, Taiwan. This is a …

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