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1.Sweet Tea (mainly during the spring/summer)
2. Masala chai
3.Milk tea (yum)
4. Earl Grey
5. Golden Monkey blends

I've never made my own blend but I've been interested in doing so. Maybe when I have a little more time on my hands.
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I drink dozens of tea I would say 90% of the time I'm sipping on tea. xD
I personally prefer cold and hot tea. Mostly, cold. I like regular iced tea, raspberry, peach, green tea or green tea with honey in it, jasmine tea, mint tea, chamomile, and white tea. Those are my favorites.
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Black tea, Jasmine green tea and Earl Grey are goooooood :D
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Chamomile with a spoonful of honey mixed in is quite good. i like green tea with some citrus flavor as well.
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I love English Breakfast
Earl Grey
Green Tea
Matcha
Ceylon
Honey-Chamomile
and Milk tea too!

I have read some books on floral pharmacology but I haven't tried experimenting yet.
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i like tetley orange pekoe thought im getting tired of it. I also like white blueberry tea, green tea with honey, vanilla rooiboos, and a nice peppermint tea. At cafes I might get a london fog (earlgrey, milk, vanilla) or a soy green tea latte (soy milk, matcha, ?). I dont drink the loose leaf teas because the ones i have tried werent very good. I love iced tea with lemonade
Posted 4/10/13 , edited 4/10/13
Cold: Southern sweet tea
Hot: Country Peach Passion
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someone has to speak for the normal tea

tetley
yorkshire tea
pg tips

i rate my tea in strength.

i have had this flavor properly made in a tea house however, it had a really odd name.

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I love to drink tea, it is my beverage of choice in most situations!! I really like strong teas, some of my favorites are Earl Grey with Lavender, Ginger Peach, Chai, and Tazo's "Awake". Also, Argo Tea had a special once that was a pina colada made of tea (Teana colada) that was amazing, if you find one, you should try it! Bubble/milk tea is also good, especially mango and lychee flavors.
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Just Earl Grey, and Orange Pekoe.
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That's all.
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My favorite is houjicha, green tea roasted over charcoal. Hot or iced, nothing added. I already liked it before I worked at a Japanese company that had it (as well as regular green tea and genmaicha) in the break room.

I also like Peet's mango iced tea, nothing added, cold of course. ^_^
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Lipton is the only tea I know
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Earl Grey is my default these days, but I've picked up some nice blends. I found out that there's a David's Tea near my workplace, which means that not much of my paycheck makes it home. I've got a few nice black tea blends:
- Stormy Night (black tea with cinnamon, chocolate, vanilla and coconut)
- Red Velvet Cake (with white chocolate and red sprinkles)
- Root Beer Float
- The Earl's Garden (Earl Grey with sweet floral bits)
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Earl Grey.
Jasmine Green Tea
Honey Lemon Tea
Ceylon

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