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    Green tea

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    Mushroom Tea

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    I'm liking 'Lady Grey' tea at the moment. Nice and subtle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lilith Morgaine View Post
    My FAVORITE tea of all time is something my mom made for me as a kid and i still love it today......
    PROBLEM? NO ONE SELLS IT ANYMORE!!!! I've tried to get local stores to restock it to no avail. I can order it but double the price of ONE box for shipping??? If anyone can find my Lipton's Blackberry.......

    Amazon has it...if this is the same product: http://www.amazon.com/Lipton-Flavore.../dp/B000EMD1TG

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    Aztec Sweet Chili. It warm and spicy and doesn't need sweetener.

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    That one sounds interesting. Never occurred to me that chili could be added to tea.


    For me, it's a tossup between Earl Grey Tea and Jasmine Green Tea. I don't sweeten either one. For special occasions, I have a cherry blossom tea that I imported from Japan. It's lovely, but expensive, so I rarely drink it.
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    I'm a bit of a tea person. I have to have a cup of matcha once a day. I also adore Earl Grey (my favorite being Upton's Earl Grey Creme Vanilla).
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    Sassafras tea.

    I like green tea, though I usually prefer the darker teas. Earl Grey and Bergamot are good, the latter having some spice to it,
    Well, when you forage the herb it does, the stuff you buy in stores just isn't the same.
    Of course when i make tea its more like an infusion, I prefer it strong.
    Also, while it isn't my favorite and is an acquired taste, dandelion tea is good for you.
    I am also fond of ginseng, for sure.

    I also prefer my tea hot,
    however, there's no denying the refreshing qualities of a nice ice-cold tea.
    Either hot or really cold but your more aromatic and delicate flavors are better hot.
    Unless the flavor is a bit fruity or citrus-like in ehich case it will likely be good either way.

    I do not prefer sweetened teas unless the tea is meant to be that way, wherein the added sugar enhances the qualities already inherent.

    Quote Originally Posted by mouseytalons View Post
    I love green tea with ginsing and honey. I dispise kava kava.
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    I usually like green tea with nothing added to it. occasionally I will drink a mixed white tea with some back to it or pure white tea.
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    Camomile Tea is nice in the morning after a party. In fact I make it when any of us have headache or stomachache.

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