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Tried me some tea today. I always wrote it off but I had lunch at this real ritzy place with real tea and man I've found a new habit haha.

What is your favorite blends? I really am liking Green tea right now.
 

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I don't tend to drink different flavoured teas but I do drink many different brands and styles of tea. It's my coffee that I vary a lot with different flavours and types.
 

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I don't tend to drink different flavoured teas but I do drink many different brands and styles of tea. It's my coffee that I vary a lot with different flavours and types.
Used to drink it black, finding a good cup of joe can be a real achievement. Single serve Kuerigs are just insanely awesome but the price that comes with it and all.

With tea I don't have those ups and downs that come with coffee. Just a steady rise in alertness. I'm just trying to get off the sugar so much.
 

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Black and fruity. Apple, peach, orange, cherry... everything goes.
Don't mind green, but dislike red teas - the only sour I want in my tea is lemon.

Also a fan of old-school "things I can pick up in my back yard" teas like cowslip, linden blossom, carrot, etc.

Generally, I want my tea to have a fresh, clear taste, which is also why I usually don't like anything with a creamy flavor.
 

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Personally, I'm a fan of chai and green tea. Been drinking a lot of lemongrass and citrus tea lately too. Not a huge fan of your 'traditional' teas. I'm more of a coffee drinker honestly, usually having maybe 2-3 coffees a day. I take it black - like my men.

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Black and fruity. Apple, peach, orange, cherry... everything goes.
Don't mind green, but dislike red teas - the only sour I want in my tea is lemon.

Also a fan of old-school "things I can pick up in my back yard" teas like cowslip, linden blossom, carrot, etc.

Generally, I want my tea to have a fresh, clear taste, which is also why I usually don't like anything with a creamy flavor.
Now there's a man who knows what he likes.
 

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Personally, I'm a fan of chai and green tea. Been drinking a lot of lemongrass and citrus tea lately too. Not a huge fan of your 'traditional' teas. I'm more of a coffee drinker honestly, usually having maybe 2-3 coffees a day. I take it black - like my men.

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I'm right there with you but like I said I gotta lay off the moon sugar.
 

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I'm right there with you but like I said I gotta lay off the moon sugar.

It usually depends on how I'm feeling in terms of sugar. Sometimes I'll have up to 2 teaspoons of sugar when I'm feeling naughty. Otherwise it's none at all or just a little. I like the bitterness of black coffee in the same way I love dark chocolate. Scott's always getting on my case about how much coffee I drink, when I'm nothing compared to my mother and sister. They actually get caffeine headaches if they don't drink enough coffee. I've made a point of never drinking so much that my body depends on it. I try to drink apple juice when I wake up instead of coffee as often as I can as it's apparently far more affective in waking you up.
 

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Always two sugars and milk in both my tea & coffee.
 

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Don't eat much in the way of cakes, sweets etc and don't drink fizzy drinks really so think I should be ok. :lol:
 

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Don't eat much in the way of cakes, sweets etc and don't drink fizzy drinks really so think I should be ok. :lol:

Aw man, then you're really not livin'. Here have a kitkat.
 

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Aw man, then you're really not livin'. Here have a kitkat.

I do partake from time to time just not a regular occurrence. Biscuits are my Achilles heel when it comes to sweet things.
 

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I do partake from time to time just not a regular occurrence. Biscuits are my Achilles heel when it comes to sweet things.

*dangles custard cream from a stick*
 

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Earl Grey is my babe, no sugar or milk. But I have a wide selection of teas available for any occassion; I am looking in my tea box now and I have earl grey, lady grey, Irish breakfast, Lipton, chai, green, hibiscus, chamomile, and a blend I bought at a local health store that is lavender, chamomile, sage, and honeysuckle petals.
I never sugar my tea, sometimes I'll put honey in; but rarely, and I'll splash some milk in plain old breakfast and Lipton teas. Sometimes if I'm lucky I'll have a biscuit to dunk in my tea.
 

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Earl Grey is my babe, no sugar or milk. But I have a wide selection of teas available for any occassion; I am looking in my tea box now and I have earl grey, lady grey, Irish breakfast, Lipton, chai, green, hibiscus, chamomile, and a blend I bought at a local health store that is lavender, chamomile, sage, and honeysuckle petals.
I never sugar my tea, sometimes I'll put honey in; but rarely, and I'll splash some milk in plain old breakfast and Lipton teas. Sometimes if I'm lucky I'll have a biscuit to dunk in my tea.

You have got to be the most British non-Brit I have ever seen.
 

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You have got to be the most British non-Brit I have ever seen.
Ta muchly. Apparently when I was a wee lad (Four or five years of age) I had a bit of a Northern Irish accent, but it was probably just a speech impediment; however I did spend quite a chunk of my early teens watching nothing but British TV.
I actually only drink tea once or twice a week, but when I do I have two or three cups, and I rarely drink coffee nowadays, I try to avoid it after having six cups of generic bad office coffee per night working 3rd shift for over a year, it really burned me out on any coffee that isn't practically sugary milk with java notes hidden under some artisan flavoring.
 

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Ta muchly. Apparently when I was a wee lad (Four or five years of age) I had a bit of a Northern Irish accent, but it was probably just a speech impediment; however I did spend quite a chunk of my early teens watching nothing but British TV.

Heh, I used to get asked a lot if I was Irish, but that's more understandable being Scottish. My voice has become a lot more deep over the years and I've been told I have a very tame Scots accent and sound American a lot. I put that down to talking to Americans all the time and all the American shows I watch. I think I've just got one of those accents that picks up a lot of different bits and bobs and adapts. I've been told I sound posh before. But then I swear like a sailor so God knows.
I actually only drink tea once or twice a week, but when I do I have two or three cups, and I rarely drink coffee nowadays, I try to avoid it after having six cups of generic bad office coffee per night working 3rd shift for over a year, it really burned me out on any coffee that isn't practically sugary milk with java notes hidden under some artisan flavoring.

I'm a daily coffee drinker, I'm on my second now actually! I worry about my teeth, I'd hate for my teeth to become yellow as I actually take really good care of them. As for any of teas I drink, I tend to stick to them as nighttime drinks, or when my stomach is too sensitive to drink any coffee. Bad coffee that many times a night is definitely enough to put anyone off.
 

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Custard Creams, Chocolate Digestives & Chocolate malted milk are some of my favourites so good choice.

Chocolate Digestives, yes! I could destroy an entire packet of the dark chocolate ones. Which I almost nearly did a few days ago if my mother didn't need them to make banoffee pie. Lucky escape thar! :lol:
 
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