The Right Tea for the Meeting

This week we have been having meetings with our colleagues around the world.

Tonight we had a Teams meeting with India and I wanted to make sure I had the right drink for the meeting.

Vahdam Tea, Oolong Tea, Indian TeaFor the meeting with India I decided to make a cup of Vahdam High Mountain Oolong Tea, which comes from the Darjeeling area of India. One of my trainers from India had brought it to me on his last trip to California.Oolong Tea, Vahdam Tea, Heavy Oxidized OolongThis tea has a nice dark color and is one of the more highly oxidized oolong teas.

The Dominion, Bangalore, Trip to IndiaWhenever I drink teas from India I remember the trips I have made there through the years. One of the colleagues on the call tonight was a student during my first training trip there back in the 90’s. I remember him laughing at me as I took this picture with my old floppy disk camera. Why was I taking a picture of the shrubs.

Cricket in India - Bangalore - Cricket Pitch - Stumps - Playground CricketI always have good memories when I have meetings with colleagues from India. The engineer with me here was also on the call tonight. They are usually pretty easy with me when we play cricket and at least let me hit a fell balls before bowling me out.

Steven

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1 Response to The Right Tea for the Meeting

  1. The Right Tea for the Meeting

    On Wednesday, September 1, 2021, Braman’s Wanderings wrote:

    > vanbraman posted: “This week we have been having meetings with our > colleagues around the world. Tonight we had a Teams meeting with India and > I wanted to make sure I had the right drink for the meeting. For the > meeting with India I decided to make a cup of Vahdam High” >

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