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    I mostly drink just your regular peok orange tea (lipton and redrose for example) especially if I am going to make ice tea. When I want an herbal tea I like chamomile or mint. But my all time favorite is Darjeeling tea... its very light but full of flavor.
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    Green tea with jasmine is my current tea obsession.

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    I love a tea that was from Yogi Teas called Rooibos (redbush) chai ... sad thing is... I cannot seem to find it anywhere anymore. :/ It is quite frustrating as most Redbush ones I find in stores have things I don't want like black pepper or caffiene or other ingredients.
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    Wow.. I just found it on amazon.com. LOL ALthough is more expensive than it was when I bought it before. Alas.. it is reallllllyyyyy good. So I may get it anyway.
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    I don't like herb or green teas very much, though there is a kind of green tea called genmaicha that has rice in it, which I like.

    I'm often an English Breakfast/Irish Breakfast fan, but Pu-Erh tea is another I like, and I specifically like Stash brand Chai Spice. There was a Vanilla Maple Tea and a Coconut Chai from Celestial Seasonings that I used to like, but they appear to have been discontinued.
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    I don't have a particularly sophisticated tea palette. My favorite is actually Red Rose, ya know, the one with the little wade figure in the box. I also really like Twinnings Irish Breakfast tea and Constant Comment Orange Spice. The one expensive tea I like is The Republic of Tea Mango tea.

    I really don't care for Earl Gray or Lady Gray, I don't like the bergamont in it.
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    I love peppermint and pomegranate teas.

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    I love chamomile tea, green tea, lavender tea.

    Strangely, I can't stand everyday tea.

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    Sorry, i am a lil late to the party but i am a lifetime member of the TEA fan club --lol ... although reg lipton is my default tea, my recent obsessions have been jasmine pearls and pomegranite green tea... total comfort in a cup

    But just can't handle peppermint or lemon--ugh..
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    I got this for Christmas:
    http://www.thinkgeek.com/homeoffice/kitchen/9f1f/

    Its tea, handpicked my monkeys? Lol. Its kinda expensive, but the idea was cute. It tastes rather good..kinda like a darjeeling. I love it just with wildflower honey.

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