moving time

Hi folks, well The Tea Catcher has grown up i suppose…with the new website all blogging activity will move here

Please continue to follow The Tea Catcher and sign up to the mail list if keen to be notified on all fresh tea catching action…

including news on new teas, market action and teaware arrivals….

All feedback on the new site/blogg is appreciated as i do my best solo to constantly tweak and refine…

Thanks again for the support and feedback and see you on the other side….!

cheers, stu

theteacatcher.com.au

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teaware in stock now….!

 new teaware in stock now

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new teaware slowly appearing in the shop
grab a simple pot and a small bag of #tea and get experimenting..
info sheets with each tea and i am happy to answer questions…
remember to ‘like’ and ‘share’ the photos not in stock and that will help my ordering…pre-orders welcome too….!
happy sippin’, cheers, stu
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nearly lastly lapsang…

souchong time….

only a few more to go and i have been quietly hiding from these but fears unfounded….

quality reigned and two gently different tea emerged…

have a sniff around or head to the new facebook shop !

for more information on teas, preparation, prices etc

contact stu- theteacatcher@gmail.com

as it sometimes does..

so come monday cleaning up, the #chinesetea tasting experience got me thinking and i set off on a few pots of the new #nepali oolong tea samples…

for more information on teas, preparation, prices etc

contact stu- theteacatcher@gmail.com

or head to the new facebook shop !

chinese tea binge weekend wrap up….

well this mostly finished saturday night but then the computer crashed out and busy yesterday so….here’s what happened tea wise with up to 10 more pots drawn from the following two teas….

for more information on teas, preparation, prices etc

contact stu- theteacatcher@gmail.com

or head to the new facebook shop !

a sneeky quick one before sundown…and surprise..!

i can’t purport to be an expert on Chinese black/red teas but the quick tasting cup of 2013 Simao Gao Shan Hong Cha from Yunnan was fab…rich, smooth/unctuous with no bitterness or astringency and a lip smacking fruity follow through…cool…

black teas in stock NOW

for more information on teas, preparation, prices etc

contact stu- theteacatcher@gmail.com

or head to the new facebook shop