A tea meeting in New England?

I know there are plenty of tea drinkers in New England, more specifically in the greater Boston/Massachusetts region.  Is there any interest, anywhere, for a meeting of some sort?  I have been thinking that perhaps that would be a useful and interesting thing to do, if we can find the time and, more importantly, space for such a meeting.  Is there any interest?


A tea meeting in New England? — 9 Comments

  1. I am about 2 hours away straight west of Boston on I-90. I can host it if traveling is possible for other people. We have a very small apartment but we manage to run big parties from time to time.

    Also this is a little far away into the future – I may have to stay in Boston in the coming July. If that happens, I may have a private apartment there to host a gathering.

    I also sent an email to your hotmail address 😀

    • Yeah, this is a difficult question — not sure how the location thing is going to work. I guess we’ll see if anyone else is interested in meeting up — and then we can figure out where to go from there.

  2. I’m all in favor of enhancing the level of tea culture in old New England. If a suitable private space is not always available, a congenial restaurant owner like Otto might lend a back room in return for food service and a share in the liquid assets.

    Having recently relocated somewhat east of the Wachusett Reservoir (the hole left behind when aliens abducted the land to make Grand Cayman), I will also be happy to host any who do not mind squatting in a flying squirrel-infested, earthen-floored shack with background music supplied by owls and coyotes. Details and GPS coordinates supplied off-line.


  3. I meant to reply to this sooner, have just been busy with work. I’m definitely up for a gathering in New England. It’s very easy for me to catch a train into the Boston area from Rhode Island. Regardless, I’d love to meet some of my favorite New England internet tea personalities.

  4. This sounds like fun. I live in Portland and I would love to connect with the tea community of New England, if there is such a thing:)

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