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    Long Island Iced Tea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoritsa_Nepenthe View Post
    I love Celestial Seasonsings Sleepy time tea.
    ditto this...

    i also like their lemon tea
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    Earl Grey unsweetened on ice, or alternatively any cheap brand of tea with a dash of lime juice.

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    current faves: chai and Celestial Seasonings Orange Spice.
    can't stand : green tea, peppermint tea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charley Brown View Post
    Long Island Iced Tea.
    Those are good, but where I am from, 2 is the limit. Just don't let them hit you too hard.

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    Thumbs up

    Some of my faves:
    CS Sleepytime


    CS Morning Thunder


    Chamomile & Lavender



    Grey Lady (smells JUST like Froot Loops <grin>)



    My FAVORITE......
    but discontinued in ALL my local stores and EXPENSIVE to ship from website GRRRRRR.....

    Lipton Blackberry!!!!! Since childhood!



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    As far as least favorite teas go I don't have many, I pretty much like all kinds of tea. If I had to say something though I guess I would go with fruit infused teas, sometimes the flavors can be overpowering.

    I generally drink variations of black and green tea. Earl and Lady Grey are in my top favorites, but perhaps my absolute favorite tea is LAPSANG SOUCHONG. It is a 'golden' tea that has a very interesting flavor. The leaves are smoked as they are dried which gives the tea the unique taste. My wife complains and says it smells like bacon, because of the smokey quality. It might be an acquired taste, but I really enjoy it.

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    Long list here so I apologise ahead..

    Dragon Well (from Dragon Well village China)
    Ginseng Green
    Green tea
    Ceylon (a black tea from Sri Lanka)
    Darjeeling
    Earl Grey
    Rose Black
    Apple Cantata
    Blood Orange
    Lapsang Souchong
    Highland or "heeland" from Scottland
    Berry Blues
    Chai
    Lemon Grass
    Yerba
    Foxtrot (egyptian camomile with south african roobios)

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    I Love Tea

    I think my fave is Chai Masala (has a special place in my heart), it's sweet, creamy, spicy, homey.

    I think Tazo makes an excellent tea bag, they have this tea, 'refresh' it tastes wonderful and fixes all my tummy and PMS problems, (tummy feels better, i feel relaxed)

    I love a smokey oolong tea, black.

    Recently tried a Hibiscus tea, was *woonderfulll*.

    Earl Grey is also a fav, with juuuust milk.

    And a quality green tea is craved, and perfect on occasion. I'd really like to try the powdered tea, like in Japanese tea ceremony!

    Lipton gives me tummy aches

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    Though not very unique or exotic, I have to admit I love Chai and Jasmine teas. Beyond that, most mint or fruity flavored teas will do in a pinch.

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