2015 White2Tea Poundcake — TeaDB James InBetweenIsode Episode #38

2015 raw pu’erh! This one is my favorite at the $50 and under price range from White2Tea’s 2015 harvest.

http://www.white2tea.com/tea-shop/2015-poundcake/

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9 Responses to 2015 White2Tea Poundcake — TeaDB James InBetweenIsode Episode #38

  1. Uncle Larry says:

    A dream episode would be to have TwoDog on here.

    • Peter says:

      I agree 100%!

      • Bef says:

        Agreed.

        On a side note, I liked this tea and I already finished my 100g gourd, but that spring season honey taste was a bit too much for my taste. If you’ve alrady had spring honey, that’s loaded with pollen, you’ll know what I’m refering to…

        • James says:

          Hi Bef,

          Thanks for the comment. I’ve had a couple others comment similarly on the Poundcake. It is really a very rich (and sweet) tea.

          Cheers,
          -James

    • James says:

      Hi Uncle Larry and Peter,

      I also agree 100%.

      -James

      • Uncle Larry says:

        Why can’t you make it happen?

        • James says:

          Mainly logistical. If we’re ever in the same city I will certainly try!

          -James

          • John says:

            James
            Crowd source travel funds?…I would chip in a few bucks.
            Having TwoDog, and others, would be great. However, I also appreciate that you have tried to not get too cozy with vendors…keep some independence.

            While I am thinking about it, I wanted to say that I have enjoyed your episodes with local ‘brick and mortar’ vendors…made me realize it would be great for this community to create a list of good tea shops by location. I was recently traveling and trying to find a good tea shop where I was at the time.
            Best
            John

          • James says:

            Hi John,

            We’ve honestly considered it. Personally, I have mixed feelings about taking money from people.

            Likewise with what you say about staying independent from vendors. That’s an astute point, that I’m definitely aware of. As much as we try our best, we’re certainly not totally free of considerable vendor bias.

            Regardless, would certainly love to interview TwoDog! Although I don’t look forward to editing a dog picture in front of his face for the entire vid.

            Cheers,
            -James

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