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lipton green tea
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1) Oolong
2) Chamomile
3) Green tea
4) Apple cinnamon
5) Mint

I definitely wanna try some more tea =)
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Finally a tea for my 3:15pm cravings! But seriously, it seems a little restrictive for my tastes...

My faves are loose leaf sweet toffee roobois, vanilla orchid (oolong) from David's Tea, and cream of Earl Grey. Though there are some really good pumpkin spice black teas, like the one from Tim Hortons, that are perfect for cold winter nights.

Tea lovers unite!
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I think its the best packaged tasting milk tea..pricey but well worth it. (6-9 dollars for 10)

And If i want to save money..I switch to the 3:15PM =P
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I bought a package of this, but I still haven't tried it! Do you have any recommendations for preparing it?


As for me, I prefer flavored black teas, but I also like a lot for herbals. I have so many favorites (I drink tea daily) that I can't really pick out a specific flavor xD
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Green tea and Chamomile are my favorites and of course sweet tea.
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Nah, you don't have to do anything special. Just follow the directions, unless they didn't stick the English version on it lol. Use 7-8 oz of water and pour the contents and mix it with a spoon..its sort of like making chocolate milk with the powder. You can pour more water, but I wouldn't recommend it since taste would get bland. Never tried it cold though.

I try not to drink more than one a day....but so hard not to..taste soo goood...mmm.
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Yunnan FOP, for the perfect, creamy milk tea and Turkish Apple are my favorates... An Iraqi friend of mine had a really nice Tea from Baghdad, but he wouldn't tell me what type it was. Ah I dream of that tea~
There is also a teashop here which does an absolutly delicious Roasted Milk Tea. Its just divine.
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Suicidalducky wrote:

Nah, you don't have to do anything special. Just follow the directions, unless they didn't stick the English version on it lol. Use 7-8 oz of water and pour the contents and mix it with a spoon..its sort of like making chocolate milk with the powder. You can pour more water, but I wouldn't recommend it since taste would get bland. Never tried it cold though.

I try not to drink more than one a day....but so hard not to..taste soo goood...mmm.


mmm, I'm inspired now. I'll have to break mine open first thing tomorrow ^-^

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If I'm in a hurry I just drink Lipton. Otherwise, I enjoy blending different pekoes with jasmine. I love tea, and drink it daily.
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Man_Of_Leisure wrote:

No love for Earl Grey? I salute your fine taste in ginger:)


It's too strong for my tastes, but the rest of my family likes Earl Grey. I've seen something called "Lady Grey" do you know if that is the lighter version? .....Yes, I am a ginger addict.
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pyoronavi wrote:

Sencha, green jasmine,tieguanyin, genmaicha are what I drink. If I want something cold then I'll make mugicha.


With the exception of the green jasmine, I've never tried those others.....I'll look for them. Thanks.
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I've never seen that brand (or type). What country are you from, or getting that tea from?
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CarboKill wrote:

I'm a lager drinker.

And whiskey.

And vodka.

Maybe some cider.

I don't like tea. Coffee and Ovaltine for the hot drinks department, thanks.


I know it's off topic but my poisons of choice are:
Rum,
Gin,
and Frangelico.....I don't drink beer or wine , but I do cook with it (along with bitters).
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w6loy wrote:

When it come to tea do I want a blended or a single tea, I do like oolong, Darjeeling, and Ceylon a blended tea I like Yorkshire gold.


Oolong....I meant to try that one, but forgot. Thanks for the reminder..
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