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Admin WeRateTea.com
 1 comment , last post: 03.04.2013 @ 10:54:46

This is step by step description of registration on WeRateTea.com After registration you can create your own collection of teas you are drinking, rate all teas, add teas to your favourite, comment all posts and join the discussion forum.


Admin WeRateTea.com
03.04.2013 10:54:46
Admin WeRateTea.com

You can register by clicking on the link Register on the right top corner of the page.



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Please fill in your e-mail address to what we will send you the link for activation to finish the registration.

A nick name can contain any characters including blanks.

The password has to contain minimally 5 characters.

Please re-type the text from the picture. If the text is not readable, click on the link under the picture to generate a new text.

Finally click on the button Register.



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Now you can Log on with your e-mail and password.



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By clicking on the link My profile you can add an icon to your profile. You can also manage your teas, ratings, favourite teas in this section.



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„tai di; 台地 - Literally mesa or plateau.台地茶 tai di cha refers to tea bushes that have been planted and are still young. They are also the broad leaf varietal and have generally been grown from the seeds of old trees. They are not inherently bad, but the use of chemicals in their cultivation is pervasive.“

Source Web: Zhi Zheng Tea Shop. Puer Tea Glossary[online]. Available on WWW: <http://www.zhizhengtea.com/>. [q635] [s78]

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