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Hi Steepster friends; it’s been a while… Though it’s always a slightly naff excuse, I’m gonna blame University and lots of studies :p

I decided to treat myself today and return to an old fave. Though I’ve probably not stored it in the best way for aging, etc. etc., keeping this lovely batch of Gui Fei that I bought ages ago in an air-tight jar seems to have done well in keeping it ‘good’. It’s still absolutely delicious, with slightly toasty, apple flavours. Just what I needed on this cold, Wintery morning.

Flavors: Apple

Nattie

Welcome back!! :D

Red Fennekin

Thanks! Good to be back :-) I do, though, fear for my bank balance… :p

Nattie

Hahaha, it’s a constant struggle! You could always post a budget in the dedicated thread (:

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Nattie

Welcome back!! :D

Red Fennekin

Thanks! Good to be back :-) I do, though, fear for my bank balance… :p

Nattie

Hahaha, it’s a constant struggle! You could always post a budget in the dedicated thread (:

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Medical Student and casual tea-drinker.

I’ve been drinking tea for many years, but I’m quite new to fine, Chinese teas – I took to Steepster to learn, take recommendations and share my experiences :-)

I’m particularly keen to try lots of new teas, especially Pu Erhs and Oolongs!

I’m also happy to swap, particularly within the UK! If you see anything in my cupboard that you wanna try, please don’t be afraid to ask! Most of them I have at least 25 g of, so a 5 g sample or so will be no trouble :-)

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