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What tea are you drinking?

#21

Coffee and Green Tea.

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#23

Earl Grey Tee with sweetner

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#24

Jasmine Tea for Dim Sum
Green Tea and Honey Green Tea for casual drink
Iron Buddha every now and then
Pu’er if I’m feeling old.
Ice Milk Tea when eating outside.

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#25

Iced Assam tea is my normal go to.

Not a necro, tea is forever.

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#26

Last night it was Lemon Ginger.

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#27

I am drinking straight green tea atm.

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#28

Been trying Moroccan Mint (gunpowder and mint)
Not to bad though I prefer stock gunpowder and cloud mist taste better

I have found that when I drink very bitter tea, when I go back to the tea that was initially “bitter” I start to taste things that I missed when I first drank it.

For example, I was drinking iccha kariban(Japanese green) for a while and when I came back to cloud mist, cloud mist was much sweeter than when I drank it the first time.

Tl;Dr drink more bitter tea to get a better idea of flavor for other teas, otherwise keep drinking the same

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#29

I am trying Spring Jasmine, supposedly it is Chinese Green tea with Jasmine flowers cooked into it.

It’s pretty good, I can taste the Jasmine flowers

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#30

lyons tea

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#31

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Whatever this is. I just make it quickly in the morning then dump milk in it so that I can drink it fast before I have to leave for work.

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#32

Well, i love Teamonk teas, their teas are very fresh and they are 100% natural as well. I loved their teas

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#33

Earl Grey
Chai

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#34

Indian Chai

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#35

At the moment I am drinking water. But, my favorites that I like are…

Green, Black, Herbal. I like all kind of chai, basic green, english breakfast, scottish breakfast, irish breakfast, chamomile, cide like teas, mixed berry stuff, and anything seasonal.

Right now I have left over winter blends. Gonna turn my keurig on at some point, but need to clean it first.

I rarely sweetener, but when I do I use stevia or honey.

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#36

Tailors imported Christmas spiced tea is really nice but it’s seasonal, it’s very savory, peppery and warm. Obviously the season has stopped now, i horded a bunch in expectation :tea::snowman:

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#37

My local grocer sells the seasonal blends after the season is over for a steep mark down. Say a box of 18 tea bags was 8 bucks, I get it for less than 2 dollars.

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#38

That’s good. A lot of people don’t bother with seasonal tea’s id imagine. More for you :+1:

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#39

Here are two that I bought that I want to start drinking.

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#40

This thread is my life now. I’ll post more when I’m on break, but I had Irish brekfast broken this morning. Bitter Assam broken leaves.

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#41

Irish Breakfast blend from Adagio.

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