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    Tea is awesome, I have black tea with honey or honey and milk, bengal spice tea which is like a chai tea, peppermint with Honey, earl grey with honey, liquorice without anything, I have a shelf of different teas

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    I just tried peppermint tea for the second time. I think not a good thing with a burrito full of green chili!

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    :ROFL: nope I dont think that is a good choice for chilli

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    What teas would be good for summer?

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    hmm I drink whatever I feel like in summer. The english drink hot tea in summer to make them sweat so they feel cooler apparently. I love a peppermint with about a quarter of a teaspoon of honey after dinner :) some of the fruit teas would be great cold in summer. I am not sure what you have over there though. We have a shop called T2 which has a huge range of teas

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    My roommate and I had a whole 4 foot shelf full of tea and coffee. My favorites: matcha green tea, English breakfast tea, and rooibos tea. For late nights: chamomile and white tea

    It's good in the winter when you have no central heating. Also good for keeping yourself from eating everything in sight. I like to have it for studying as well. Something about a mug in one hand makes me feel able to think.

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    Lipton with saccharine.

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    I gave up sweet tea a long time ago, now I can't stand the stuff. But I love tea otherwise. My favorite is Twinings Irish Breakfast tea, hot or iced although I usually use Luzianne family sized teabags for iced tea in the summer. It's cheaper when you make it by the gallon. And I just fill up the pitcher and plop in the teabags and stick it in the fridge. I don't like Earl Grey at all, and if forced, I'll drink Lady Grey but other than that, I really haven't met a tea I didn't like. Lapsong Souchong takes some getting used to, a friend of mine said it was like drinking a dead bonfire. I also try to keep some lemonade on hand for Arnold Palmers. 1/2 tea and 1/2 lemonade or what ever ratio you like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moreta View Post
    I gave up sweet tea a long time ago, now I can't stand the stuff. But I love tea otherwise. My favorite is Twinings Irish Breakfast tea, hot or iced although I usually use Luzianne family sized teabags for iced tea in the summer. It's cheaper when you make it by the gallon. And I just fill up the pitcher and plop in the teabags and stick it in the fridge. I don't like Earl Grey at all, and if forced, I'll drink Lady Grey but other than that, I really haven't met a tea I didn't like. Lapsong Souchong takes some getting used to, a friend of mine said it was like drinking a dead bonfire. I also try to keep some lemonade on hand for Arnold Palmers. 1/2 tea and 1/2 lemonade or what ever ratio you like.
    Twinnings is the brand Irish tea I drink, when I remember to drink breakfast tea over coffee. My favorite kind of Arnold Palmer is made with peach tea. Yum.

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