Today I drank two wonderful cups of oolong tea as I spent the day blogging for pleasure and blogging for work.
In the end both harmoniously merged together in that special way when you make the first brew and then make the second brew and blend them together into one smooth ride down your taste buds.
Oolong tea is famous in China (Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau and other Chinese areas around the world) as the principal tea used in Kung Fu Cha. And as such is held in high regard by martial artists as a refinement of the arts.
What does that all mean?
Today is a great day to start.
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