|Delicious as well as allowing the possibility of clairvoyance.|
For instance, loose leaf tea generally has a fuller, more robust flavor than the cut-up tea found in tea bags. To get the full flavor of a loose-leaf tea a teapot is usually necessary.
So right there is the unique proposition, for even if I go to a fine dining establishment I most likely will have only an ordinary tea experience. So I can go to a specialty tea cafe or perhaps to the Chinese Garden for a true brew, but otherwise, I just have to settle.
Further making me an insufferable pontificator of the tea persuasion is that some of the finest teas in the world work out to just pennies a cup when purchased from a normal vendor and not some mall foofy gift-mart.
All to say that I'm just rationalizing why I stay inside a lot and write blog posts.
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