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Topic: Perfect Tea Invention: RE: +I know....blasphemy....Tea! (2 msgs / 80 lines)
1) From: MSMB
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Speaking of tea, this looks like a pretty amazing invention.  Someone I know
told me the inventors will be on one of those reality shows and you have to
call in and vote for the people to win for their invention.   American
Inventor on Wed night July 25th, on ABC at 9pm (EST).  Here is a "You Tube"
link to their invention for making perfect tea.
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9HUvkPNlUE 
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Sent: Monday, July 23, 2007 11:29 AM
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Subject: RE: +I know....blasphemy....Tea!
Upton Tea Imports!  www.uptontea.com  
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Sent: Monday, July 23, 2007 9:03 AM
To: homeroast
Subject: +I know....blasphemy....Tea!
Hi ~  Due to my daughters interest, I have recently been experimenting with
the wide world of Tea.  No, it will never come close to my enjoyment and
satisfaction of roasting and brewing (or pulling shots) of coffee, but it's
an interesting diversion.  I was wondering if anyone out there could give me
some basic "Tea Info" (how  much to use when brewing, brewing temps, good
teas to try....real basic stuff) as well as if there is a "Sweet Maria's" in
the tea world.  Thanks!
Michael A. Roaster in Vienna  
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2) From: raymanowen
If I remember correctly, that American Inventors episode aired about two
weeks ago on network TV. It may sound silly, but the inventors hit three
things right on the head with their tea brewer mod for coffee pots:
   1. Everybody brews tea with boiling water, and that's just VVRONG,
   UURONG, VVRONG! VVay, Way too hot.
   2. People love the convenience of premeasured teabags. The paper bags
   tend to compact the tea and prevent the free infusion of hot water with the
   tea leaves. Big difference in flavor if you brew it loose leaf in a press.
   3. The green teas I've gotten thus far, along with the white Jasmine
   tea have been nearly sweet. But they could find a definite hatred in your
   palate and become bitter if you let them brew too long. (You get a brewing
   potpourri of flavors from teabags and compacted tea leaves- depending on the
   compaction, some brew more than others)
I really don't think I could taste the staples if they were used, but some
can. I will say that I can taste the miasma trapped in the paper pores. It's
filter paper, and some flotsam and jetsam has been along for the ride almost
since Genesis.
Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!
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