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Any Tea Drinkers Here?
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RE: Any Tea Drinkers Here?
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Reviving this thread today for a question....

where's a good place to get tea online? Where do you get yours?

I've used this place...Upton Tea ...lots of good stuff

https://secure.uptontea.com/store/toc.as...hild=Black

Oh yeah... forgot to talk about White Tea!

Nice... like green tea but deeper in flavor though it's fermented less.
I've had some really good ones..anyone else a fan?
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RE: Any Tea Drinkers Here?
Nobody Special  Wrote: (02-20-2017 07:19 PM)
Reviving this thread today for a question....

where's a good place to get tea online? Where do you get yours?

I've used this place...Upton Tea ...lots of good stuff

https://secure.uptontea.com/store/toc.as...hild=Black

Oh yeah... forgot to talk about White Tea!

Nice... like green tea but deeper in flavor though it's fermented less.
I've had some really good ones..anyone else a fan?

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http://www.t2tea.com/en/au/?gclid=CNH8nI...vAod3eoO2g

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RE: Any Tea Drinkers Here?
Tea is my main beverage, I have some coffee lately though, 3 cups of coffee a day is supposed to be the best. I make my tea with a Mr. Coffee Iced Tea Maker. I like flavored tea. Lately I've been ordering tea from China and I really enjoy it, they have different kinds, puerh is the kind i like the best. I make 4 2 gallon jugs of tea a day. I drink most of it.

Lately I have been making tea with astrogalus t-65. This processing of the astralagus will activate your telomeres. Telomeres are like the ends of a shoelace, they keep your dna together cause our cells are constantly changing. As the telomeres get shorter there is dna damage to the cellular reproduction which shows up as aging. So I have been taking telomerase and t-65 astrogalus. Astrogalus also improves your immune system.

I have been doing this for 3 months now, and my hair has gotten darker, my wife says in the back and at the top. This fellow I was reading about has been able to reverse his age by 5 years a year.
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Post: #49
RE: Any Tea Drinkers Here?
Black tea, sweet tea. Don't care much for the green teas, nor that herbal stuff.
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RE: Any Tea Drinkers Here?
titanic1  Wrote: (02-21-2017 07:50 AM)
Tea is my main beverage, I have some coffee lately though, 3 cups of coffee a day is supposed to be the best. I make my tea with a Mr. Coffee Iced Tea Maker. I like flavored tea. Lately I've been ordering tea from China and I really enjoy it, they have different kinds, puerh is the kind i like the best. I make 4 2 gallon jugs of tea a day. I drink most of it.

Lately I have been making tea with astrogalus t-65. This processing of the astralagus will activate your telomeres. Telomeres are like the ends of a shoelace, they keep your dna together cause our cells are constantly changing. As the telomeres get shorter there is dna damage to the cellular reproduction which shows up as aging. So I have been taking telomerase and t-65 astrogalus. Astrogalus also improves your immune system.

I have been doing this for 3 months now, and my hair has gotten darker, my wife says in the back and at the top. This fellow I was reading about has been able to reverse his age by 5 years a year.

Cool. Biotin is said to reverse hair from grey back to original color too.
My wife claims when I was in ICU my hair turned all grey but went back to normal once I got out of there. No nutrition at that time. My nail beds have a big dent in them that's halfway grown out now.
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Post: #51
RE: Any Tea Drinkers Here?
Tea is a bit of a hobby for me. I have an extended collection of Yogi Tea's...Yogi Bhajan's tea company. His herbalists are quite good and make some very effective teas.

https://www.google.com/search?q=yogi+tea...8&oe=utf-8

Also fond of 'Republic of Tea' Jasmine Jazz for rocket fuel.

https://www.google.com/search?q=republic...8&oe=utf-8

And Noir Tea, Blood Orange....I noticed blood oranges are in at the Health food Store too...a special treat...

https://www.google.com/search?q=noir+tea...8&oe=utf-8

I usually get mine aat one of three Health Food stores I shop at.

A special treat is chocolate tea from Spain, a relative sent me.

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Yeah chocolate tea is really good, I have some of that. I tried putting cocoa in with the tea in the mr. coffee tea maker and it was ok. I usually sweeten with Stevia. But I tried it with some black tea bags and the cocoa.
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titanic1  Wrote: (02-21-2017 08:21 AM)
Yeah chocolate teelp a is really good, I have some of that. I tried putting cocoa in with the tea in the mr. coffee tea maker and it was ok. I usually sweeten with Stevia. But I tried it with some black tea bags and the cocoa.

I wondered if we could make our own chocolate tea. I'm also curious about other fruits in teac....mixed say with dried strawberries, pineapple, or guava, etc..

As part of 3HO, I admire Yogi Bhajan's success in business. Not only creating 3HO from the bottom up, Yogi Teas, and Akal Security, he valued out at more than $2billion at his passing...not bad for a customs agent who studied Sikhism and Yoga in Pakistan before coming to America to help counterat the drug scene.

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Nobody Special  Wrote: (02-19-2017 09:49 PM)
Having a cup of unsweetened Ceylon Orange Pekoe right now... settles my stomach and giving a much needed jolt.

I love tea, black, green, iced, sweet, plain, herbal...don't matter. Love them all.
I'll even brew some up and throw it in the bath. Good for you.

Got into ordering such things as single estate Assam's (mmmm Malty), Formosa Oolongs, China black and red varieties.... didn't care much for Tibetan pu-erh though... too much like dirt.

Even the most expensive tea in the world can be had for less than a dollar a cup. Affordable luxury.

In russia, tea drinks you!
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I drink a lot of iced tea as it's the best drink to have with lunch and dinner.

I used to sweetin it like southern tea but I got addicted to the sugar and had to stop.

Now I drink Tazo blackberry tea because the blackberry offsets the tartness of the unsweet tea but the main prob is that it's low in caffeine.

I love hot tea especially black English brands but it's hard to drink hot stuff in Ca when it's usually hot all of the time.

I wish I could find a good sweetener besides raw sugar to sweetin it with. That stevia sh*t is fooking nasty.

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Liberals_Lack_Logic  Wrote: (02-21-2017 09:18 AM)
I drink a lot of iced tea as it's the best drink to have with lunch and dinner.

I used to sweetin it like southern tea but I got addicted to the sugar and had to stop.

Now I drink Tazo blackberry tea because the blackberry offsets the tartness of the unsweet tea but the main prob is that it's low in caffeine.

I love hot tea especially black English brands but it's hard to drink hot stuff in Ca when it's usually hot all of the time.

I wish I could find a good sweetener besides raw sugar to sweetin it with. That stevia sh*t is fooking nasty.

Just use honey

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Ahhh... just received in the mail a shipment from Upton tea of 6 and 12 gm samplers of different teas to try... they threw in a 15gm sample pack of Ceylon FBOPF Extra Special as a bonus... can't wait to try them.

Here's what I ordered...

Mackeypore White tips
Zaloni Estate STGFOP
Lukwah Estate STGFFOP1
Daisajan Estate TGFOP1
Thurbo Estate Darjeeling Oolong

all were about a dollar fify each with the exception of the White tips which were $4.80 for 6gm..pricey but highly recommended.

Gonna brew up a pot of one of them now.

The letter codes by they way refer to a tea leaf grading system...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tea_leaf_grading

Whole leaf grades

The grades for whole leaf orthodox black tea are: Ceylon orange pekoe (OP) grades

OP—Orange Pekoe: main grade, consisting of long wiry leaf without tips
OP1—more delicate than OP; long, wiry leaf with the light liquor
OPA—bolder than OP; long leaf tea which ranges from tightly wound to almost open
OPS—Orange Pekoe Superior: primarily from Indonesia, similar to OP
FOP—Flowery Orange Pekoe: high-quality tea with a long leaf and few tips, considered the second grade in Assam, Dooars, and Bangladesh teas, but the first grade in China
FOP1: limited to only the highest quality leaves in the FOP classification
GFOP—Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe: higher proportion of tip than FOP. Top grade in Milima and Marinyn regions, uncommon in Assam and Darjeeling
TGFOP—Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe: the highest proportion of tip, main grade in Darjeeling and Assam
TGFOP1—limited to only the highest quality leaves in the TGFOP classification
FTGFOP[a]—Finest Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe: highest quality grade
FTGFOP1 or STGFOP or SFTGFOP—limited to only the highest quality leaves in the FTGFOP classification


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I'm drinking a bottle of Pure Leaf Extra Sweet Tea right now.
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RE: Any Tea Drinkers Here?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-23-2017 10:47 PM)
I'm drinking a bottle of Pure Leaf Extra Sweet Tea right now.

I like Pure Leaf... usually the plain one.
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RE: Any Tea Drinkers Here?
Sipping the Lukwah Estate STGFFOP1 Assam now...

Smooth, Malty, somewhat light but I didn't let it steep all that long.
Not acidic at all.

from the site: The dry leaf of this tea has an attractive, tippy appearance, and yields a deep, burgundy-red liquor. The tea has a pleasant pungency, which is balanced by a rich, smooth and layered cup with sweet notes of malt and blackcurrants.

Blackcurrants? Perhaps. I can see where they would say that.
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