Julian's Tea Blog
Monk of Golden Mountain

A collection of tea blog and pages by Julian Tai from Horsham.
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Role: Monk

Room: Golden Mountain

VIP Menu: HQ's Dragon Well Tea King (to be shipped April 2008)

Tea Accessory: Two glasses, charcoal burner, clay kettle, some great ink paintings and lovely Chinese music

Most Unforgettable Tea: First time I tried HQ's Dragon Well tea. Probably a hard-to-find Dahongpao is next?

Favourite Tea Shop: May be biased here but am most impressed by HQ's tribute tea garden. Still want to try other vendors online.

Tell Us About Yourself:

I am the author of Amazing-Green-Tea.com. My personal biography can be found here.

This is the space where I can write snack-size article of more light-hearted nature.

I tend to drink 3 cups of tea each morning before, during and after my meditation session.

Hopefully this wonderful beverage will carry me to the Golden Mountain faster and easier.

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My Existing Tea Blog and Pages

Click on the links below to read my posts. You can leave a comment at the end of the article.

Green Tea 2010 - Real Time Update 
Want to follow the progress of the 2010 green/white tea harvesting season? Every time a new tea is available to ship, I'll add my comment to this article. …

Iron Goddess Tea - Robustness and Piercing Flavors 
While Iron Goddess tea is famous for its orchid fragrance, the highest quality tea is prized also for its mouth flavors, which is usually described as …

Japanese Green Tea - Understanding the Broken and Fragmented Leaves 
Japanese tea leaves tend to be more broken and fragmented. From my general readings, I think there are two aspects to this issue when making sencha …

Tea and Caffeine - 3 Ways to Reduce 
Dr. Weil recently writes about 9 strange caffeinated products... http://www.drweil.com/drw/u/WBL02150/9-Strange-Caffeinated-Products.html Of course, …

How to Economize with Tea 
How can you save money during recession? Is there a way to make your tea expenditure efficient while maximizing your health benefits and enjoyment? …

Want To Discover Your Next Great Tea? 
Before you read every word of this page, pause for a moment. Take a deep breath. Relax. Take this simple quiz. Imagine you are holding your favourite …

Green Tea 2009 Real Time Notification Alert 
Want to know when the 2009 green tea is ready for sale? While HQ's family has previously expected this year Dragon Well tea to start sprouting on 10 …

Taiping Houkui Tea Feedback - Wild Variety for Free! 
During 2008, I gave a wild cultivated, organic Taiping Houkui tea out to newsletter subscribers for free. This tea is mid to high grade and could retail …

Teamasters Blog Lishan Oolong Tea Review 
For those who haven't heard about the Teamasters Blog , I highly recommend you to visit. There are quite a few good tea blogs around. When it comes to …

Tieguanyin Wang Tea - Who Is The Real King? 
Silver Medalist Tieguanyin Wang tea (also known as Iron Goddess King) is now sold out! By popular vote, who is the real king? The word "Wang" means …

Zhuyeqing Tea (Bamboo Green Tea) - Single Buds Aren't Always Best 
Zhuyeqing tea is a Chinese green tea as well as a company trademark. The word Zhuyeqing can be translated into "Bamboo Leaf Green". Grown in Southwestern …

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