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There was a really cool tea bar near my university, but it was wasted on me because I can't taste subtle flavors. Need my drinks to pound me in the face.
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

Quality glassware and porcelain are not cheap.

You can add chefs knives and pots and pans to that list, but if you buy something neutral you won't get tired of it will last until you drop it on the floor or die.

I got mine from a contact at a restaurant supply company, so they are restaurant grade, machine washable etc., which the regular ones aren't.

Originally Posted by indesertum View Post

i feel like good teas start at $5/100g and prices can be pretty exorbitant

For the price it's really good, but yeah the local shop has some seriously exspensive stuff.
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

I have an XL coat that fits me, but is a touch snug. I usually wear a 44 or 46 (U.S. size) jacket.
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Black Dragon Tea doesn't have a very fancy website, but they have excellent teas. For the longest time, they were the best source I knew for Lishan High Mountain, which is a really rich, vegetal oolong that I like (almost tastes like a slightly buttery version of broccoli).

You can find Lishan High Mountain in other places. All are very good, but I haven't found any source as good as Black Dragon's.
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is black dragon tea acid?
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I can put up with all kinds of crazy techniques to make a good cup of coffee, but steeping tea and then cleaning the leaves out of a tea pot annoys the shit out of me.

That and I'm a caffeine addict. 

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Originally Posted by BreezyBirch View Post

is black dragon tea acid?
Dà Hóng Páo (Chinese: 大红袍; pinyin: dàhóng páo; literally: "Big Red Robe") is a prestigious Wuyi oolong tea. It is a premium variety of the Wu Yi Yan Cha (武夷岩茶, Wuyi Rock Tea) group of oolong. According to legend, the mother of a Ming Dynasty emperor was cured of an illness by a certain tea, and that emperor sent great red robes to clothe the four bushes from which that tea originated. Three of these original bushes, growing on a rock on Mount Wuyi and reportedly dates back to the Song Dynasty, still survive today and are highly venerated. Known for its highly expensive value, Da Hong Pao can sell for up to US$1,025,000 per kilogram or US $35,436 per ounce (20g of Da Hong Pao tea from one of the mother plants was sold for ¥156,800 in 1998).
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but black dragons spit acid....

i just cut off all my hair after three years of not cutting mohawkish hair....i look like a persian bro now
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Can someone recommend a black suede boot on christy soles that isn't Visvim and is $400ish at most? It seems even the ones that went for more than that like Viberg or McNairy are no longer in production. Thanks.
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Fok I'll pick this up if you want it. The fabric is super tough

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that's sturdy looking
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Phoebe Philo looks good in that pic. Anyway
Originally Posted by diniro View Post

Match your wall challenge next, since we've been talking about it? Throw out any other ideas guys.

Also 2 weeks on this challenge, too? I think we tripled the entries extending the last challenge 1 week.
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Bring back the 90's, pls, Part II:

Ferris Beuller's Day Off: The Series
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Originally Posted by dieworkwear View Post

Everyone seems to be redesigning their websites - Context, SSENSE, and now Frans Boone

Site loads a ton faster too.

Unfortunately the new Frans site is hopeless on a 7 inch tablet
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