Alishan Oolong instead of the Kokoda Trail to Rivendell

March 31, 2012 | Leave your thoughts


A headache this morning prevented me from going to our annual church picnic at Brays Bay – I was planning to walk the Kokoda Memorial Trail to visit and sketch Rivendell – doesn’t that sound exotic!? Instead, I enjoyed my special high mountain tea from Taiwan – Alishan light roast oolong. It still amazes me every time I drink it that those small hand-rolled balls of tea expand to half a tea bush (my sketch of the tea is life-size)


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