Your favourite tea...?

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  1. passanger

    passanger Member

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    Which flavour do you like most?
     
  2. kindwoman

    kindwoman Sista Golden Hair

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    I love Earl Grey tea, but I also like Twinings Four Fruits and Jasmine tea
     
  3. jen910

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    I like green tea and peach flavored tea.
     
  4. wolf_at_door

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    "Marcussens Universal-tea" which is a mixture of roots and mushrooms. In fact it taste good - a bit like anis.I also like current-tea, and tea made of berries in general. :)
     
  5. Heaven

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    I love Rooibusch teas and all kind of banana-tasting teas...
     
  6. John221

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    Earl Grey and green tea.
     
  7. Astridwantpeace

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    i think its called cestreal seasoning, or some thing like that, the taste gets really intence...i like almost all tea in general..
     
  8. Luke (crazy horse)

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    Twinnings Ginger and Lemon, and their Peppermint tea....
     
  9. John221

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    Echinacea tea and Lady Grey are rather nice, as well.
     
  10. KozmicBlue

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    Darjeeling is my favourite. I love it so much.
     
  11. Claire

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    Earl Grey... yum:)
     
  12. t-dub

    t-dub Pass me the pepper

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    mine too! although, i love all the fruity zingers that celestial seasonings puts out.. but earl grey with a splash of honey and zest of lemon is still A+!! :D
     
  13. Southernman

    Southernman Boarischer Rebell

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    Oolong, Sikkim and Darjeeling
     
  14. migle

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    there are so many kind of teas i don't know, but i love green tea, i think it's the best drink to take when you're stoned.
     
  15. migle

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    there are so many kind of teas i don't know, but i love green tea, i think it's the best drink to take when you're stoned, mmm right and cider also goes pretty good with joints, but this is about teas ;)

    EDIT: Fuck, i dunno what happened, sorry about the post repeated, and it's my 999th post... so strange. :&
     
  16. moominmamma

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    Green tea with lemon...mmmm .....it's what I always drink when I sit down to talk to my friends in the computer world :)
     
  17. lawoman

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    green tea with lemon definately!
     
  18. migle

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    but i think that include lemon in tea turn the tea flavour apart, it tastes like lemon and that's all, make me change my mind, and i'll ive lemon another chance in my teas :)
     
  19. Sun_Angel

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    RED tea,chineese Pu-erh with grapefruit or flowers ....
     
  20. lawoman

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    well, i dont know with how much lemon you try it when it was like that! :)

    I put just a few drops to make it a bit sour... i like whe its sour a liitle :p
     

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