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1 9th December 19:16
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I'm looking forward to seeing the asking price for the following:

Green Tree Pythons
Albino Colubmian Boas
Albino Ball Pythons
Albino Retics

I haven't been to a Wayne Hill expo since it was in Orlando (about 6-7
years ago). I really be interested in knowing how the prices on these have
changed over the past few years


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2 9th December 19:16
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Default Anyone going the the Wayne Hill Extravaganza in Florida this August


I'm looking forward to seeing the asking price for the following:

Green Tree Pythons
Albino Colubmian Boas
Albino Ball Pythons
Albino Retics

I haven't been to a Wayne Hill expo since it was in Orlando (about 6-7
years ago). I really be interested in knowing how the prices on these have
changed over the past few years

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3 15th December 19:33
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Are british style black teas like Earl Grey and English Breakfast the
only teas commonly served with milk and sugar?

Are there any chinese teas that get sweetened, creamed, or lemoned?
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4 15th December 19:33
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Every tea consumed in India is served with milk and sugar (lots of it :-)
It's mostly Assam or Darjeeling black teas.
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5 15th December 19:33
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Indian chai, with milk, spice and Jaggery sugar -- yes indeed!

Chinese black tea can be served with milk (see
<http://int.kateigaho.com/spr05/tea-chinese-black.html> -- though I imagine
most dairy-eschewing Chinese don't do that -- still, the British
transplanted tea from China to Darjeeling & Assam in the first place, and
maybe they got the serving idea from China too.

The Tibetans drink black brick tea with butter, milk, and salt -- not bad,
actually, no matter how it sounds.

I don't know of any non-black Chinese tea traditionally served that way, but
then "I am only an egg" in the department of traditional Chinese teas.

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6 15th December 19:33
lara burton
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Although I don't like sweetened tea, many mint green teas (esp. in North
Africa area, Middle East) are very sweet. I don't know if Chinese teas are
used there, however, in the US I've often seen gunpowder green flavored with
mint.

L
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7 15th December 19:33
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There are plenty of British-style teas that are actually Chinese.
Prince of Wales is secretly a Chinese black tea blend in disguise.
If you're into the whole cream thing, you could do it to a black
Yunnan too. It would have to be a pretty robust tea to stand up
to it, though.
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8 15th December 19:33
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It's not just ANY butter, though.

It's YAK butter.

And it's not just any yak butter either.

It's RANCID yak butter.
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9 15th December 19:33
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What about the oolongs? Do people ever sweeten them? (or add other stuff)
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10 15th December 19:33
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Most British people will add milk to any kind of black tea. They just
cannot imagine drinking tea without it. Historically, most of the tea
that was imported into Britain was Indian tea, like Assam, which is
very strong. Milk mellows it out a bit. It's become a habit with most
Brits (98% of them add milk to their tea), and they will add milk even
when trying a milder type of tea like Darjeeliing.

Most China Black teas do not need milk, IMO, but if you like it, feel
free to do so. For best results, make sure it is really milk - not
half-and-half, not coffee creamer, and not cream. Only "true" milk has
sufficient casein to bind with the tannin in tea. Cream and non-dairy
creamers will completely overwhelm the flavor of the tea.
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