Ono Green Tea

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Had an exciting morning today at work…

So, I work in a tea lab (as I think most of y’all know) and our door requires a key code/authorization to open – well, this morning the scanner was offline and not a single person could access the lab for the first three hours of the day until they got it back online. For most people that just meant working at their desks for the morning and completing their tasks in a different order than planned – however I now work exclusively out of the tea lab and house all of my stuff in the lab so I didn’t have much of anything to do most of the morning…

I did respond to a bunch of emails from my phone, but mostly I drank tea in the lunchroom and waited. This was one of a couple teas I found lying around – and I think it’s actually my tea that I just left lying in the lunchroom one afternoon for other people to try/finish. I can’t recall right now if I’ve tried this before/what I thought of it but this morning I actually thought it was pretty nice! Smooth and toasty, with notes of roasted corn/chestnut and timothy hay. Kind of weird – not what I’d expected from a Hawaiian grown green tea but ultimately nice!


How cool that you work in a tea lab!!

Roswell Strange

Thanks! I definitely feel incredibly fortunate and lucky to have landed my position :)

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I decided to try to go to a walk-in clinic in London because my cough has gotten pretty bad and so I mustered up some energy to go over. Except when I got there and gave my health card to the person at reception, she told me my card was likely invalid since it is an older version of the Ontario health card that is being phased out. I told her I haven’t gotten a letter to update it yet and that they are being accepted until July 2020. She put the info into the system and when the card came up invalid, she just looked at me and basically said “I told you”. She then told me it would be $50 to see the doctor and when I offered my credit card, she told me they only accept cash and the closest ATM is at the Shopper’s Drug Mart across a busy main road.

Given that I am sick, I didn’t have the energy to (1) attempt to dodge traffic and run across a busy road or (2) walk the block to get to a light to cross the road and walk down the block to the Shoppers and then circle back again to return to the clinic. So instead I just went home.

My sister took pity on me and sent her husband to come get me. Then this morning, my brother took me to a walk-in clinic by my sister’s place. Initially my health card came up as invalid at this clinic too. However, unlike the jerk in London, this person called Service Ontario to look into the matter and it turns out the card is still valid, they just missed a letter because on my version of the card, the number is in the middle of the card but the letter is in the bottom corner.

So this very long story basically ends with me finally seeing a doctor and getting prescribed a puffer and antibiotics and lots of fluids and this tea from Roswell Strange came to mind. It’s a mild green tea which takes honey quite well so it’s nice for when you’re not feeling great. Thanks Roswell Strange for sharing. Like you, I don’t love green teas but as far as they go, this is pretty good.

Martin Bednář

Get well soon! It sounds so bit like nightmare healthcare. And yet, I am sitting here deciding which surgeon I should visit because of my “unguis incarnatus”.

As well I am trying to recall what was last time I had antibiotics. It is has been ages.


:( Glad you got your puffer and antibiotics. Speedy recovery.


That’s quite the ordeal but glad you ended up getting the care you needed. Also, there are fees at Ontario walk-in clinics???

Wishing you a speedy recovery!


That sounds exhausting! Glad it’s all sorted. Feel better quick!


Thanks everyone. Personally I continue to blame London because it’s slightly shittier than other places.


I hope you feel better quickly!


Oh, how I despise red tape! Glad you have been seen and I hope everything helps you get better and feel better quickly!


The puffer has definitely been helping with the cough, which honestly was the worst part so that’s awesome

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