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Any Tea Drinkers Here?
Nobody Special
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Post: #31
RE: Any Tea Drinkers Here?
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Coolchick  Wrote: (02-19-2017 11:12 PM)
MoonsMuse  Wrote: (02-19-2017 11:04 PM)
I just found it online. Thanks again! :)

also, im not sure if you can do this but i know for the red zinger you can make it as a cold iced kinda tea for summer.
maybe it would work well with the lemon too.


Sounds good. Even cold brewed those teas are great.

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Post: #32
RE: Any Tea Drinkers Here?
Bought a pound of this yesterday:

https://www.harney.com/collections/tisan...allnighter

Love Yerba Mate. I buy a kilo bag for $10 at a New London, CT Latino oriented supermarket.

Same order bought a pound of Gunpowder Green and a pound of Assam.
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Post: #33
RE: Any Tea Drinkers Here?
pinguu  Wrote: (02-19-2017 10:52 PM)
I prefer PG tips......cos I'm a knuckle dragging Brexiteer.


It's all good. I hear Brits scoff at Merican tea blends, but I'll even do those if nothing else is around. I've got a box of cheepo Typhoo tea around here somewhere.
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Post: #34
RE: Any Tea Drinkers Here?
i like to make a pot of different ones sometimes.

like dandelion nettle and milk thistle for example.

they go together well.

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Post: #35
RE: Any Tea Drinkers Here?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-19-2017 11:15 PM)
Bought a pound of this yesterday:

https://www.harney.com/collections/tisan...allnighter

Love Yerba Mate. I buy a kilo bag for $10 at a New London, CT Latino oriented supermarket.

Same order bought a pound of Gunpowder Green and a pound of Assam.

Yeah, I forgot to mention Yerba Mate. Made popsicles from it once.
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Post: #36
RE: Any Tea Drinkers Here?
My all time favorite is a blend: Rooibos, cocoa husks and peppermint. MAJIC!!

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Post: #37
RE: Any Tea Drinkers Here?
i have never had yerba mate..

i have slippery elm, ever tried that? its very expensive.. and also it is endangered i think...

but anyhow its pretty cool stuff. its one of the mucilaginous teas..

so, good for sore throats and stomach aliments and such..

http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/e/elmsli09.html

it goes quite thick.. its pretty neat.

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Post: #38
RE: Any Tea Drinkers Here?
Coolchick  Wrote: (02-19-2017 11:24 PM)
i have never had yerba mate..

i have slippery elm, ever tried that? its very expensive.. and also it is endangered i think...

but anyhow its pretty cool stuff. its one of the mucilaginous teas..

so, good for sore throats and stomach aliments and such..

http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/e/elmsli09.html

it goes quite thick.. its pretty neat.

I've tried the lozenges... not the tea though.

Marshmallow root's good... use it a lot.
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Post: #39
RE: Any Tea Drinkers Here?
Nobody Special  Wrote: (02-19-2017 11:43 PM)
Coolchick  Wrote: (02-19-2017 11:24 PM)
i have never had yerba mate..

i have slippery elm, ever tried that? its very expensive.. and also it is endangered i think...

but anyhow its pretty cool stuff. its one of the mucilaginous teas..

so, good for sore throats and stomach aliments and such..

http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/e/elmsli09.html

it goes quite thick.. its pretty neat.

I've tried the lozenges... not the tea though.

Marshmallow root's good... use it a lot.

yeah i was going to get that one time but i figured the slippery elm would be just as good.
i would like to try it though.

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Post: #40
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Post: #41
RE: Any Tea Drinkers Here?
i like tea, nothing fancy black tea, sugar cream.

Usually around 7 at night.

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Post: #42
RE: Any Tea Drinkers Here?
I like Earl Grey with a slice of lemon and two spoons of sugar. It has an impressive amount of caffeine.

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Post: #43
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Rusty Dumper  Wrote: (02-20-2017 12:23 AM)
I like Earl Grey with a slice of lemon and two spoons of sugar. It has an impressive amount of caffeine.

I like that too.. but once in a while. The bergamot can be overpowering to me sometimes.

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Post: #44
RE: Any Tea Drinkers Here?
I prefer Himalayan honey green tea, apple spice, matcha and gunpowder from the Steeping Room. Also have chia and blueberry sage from Whole Foods. Then I have the variety of tumeric blends you can find in the store. And of course, plain ol' sun brewed black tea with honey and lemon.

I'm a tea snob, tbqh.
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Post: #45
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