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Old 09-10-2007, 05:52 PM   #1
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I am so serious about tea...it's become quite an obsession for me. I'm one of those people that drink it all year long, but especially so in the fall/winter. I don't really care for the colder months, and perhaps tea is what gets me through the cold seasons.

I love www.adagio.com/ -- superior tea, in tons of flavors and very reasonable prices.

I was thinking this could be a thread that we swap websites, what's good, what's bad, what we have to try, etc...sort of a Tea 101, well...201 for tea connesuirs.
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Old 09-10-2007, 11:29 PM   #2
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Oh Ash do I feel ya. I love coffee, but I'm starting to get into tea more and more. (Blame my Mommy.. lol) I've turned into kind of a tea ... "snob" I guess. I mean when you just want regular old plain hot tea, the regular grocery store tea bags don't cut it for me anymore. I usually go to the British import store and get the Irish stuff. Lyons is the best that I've found. I just.. love it.

Herbal teas are great too, especially when I'm trying to relax. But I haven't found anything really GOOD. There's a website a friend of mine used to order things from, but for the life of me I can't remember. I'll shoot her an email and give you the information. I'm horrible with remembering stuff like that. I'm going to check out that site - I'm always looking for new stuff like that.

There's this cute little store in Grapevine, Texas that is all Tea "Stuff". My mom and I passed by it Labor Day weekend, but they were closed!! I'm going back to that area this weekend, and definitely plan to check it out. I'll let you know if I find anything interesting.
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Old 09-11-2007, 05:29 PM   #3
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I'm not a big fan of "traditional" teas but I love herbal teas and such that are non-traditional.
A current favorite is "Perfactly Pear" white tea by http://www.celestialseasonings.com/index.html. I also enjoy their decaf "Mint" green tea as its flavor is more of a wintergreen than a peppermint.
I also love almost anyone's "Ginger" tea. Most folks drink this for medicinal purposes but I love it anytime. Sometimes I even mix ginger and peppermint together with some honey, ooh baaaabyyy!!!!
Another favorite brand is http://www.stashtea.com/.
I've never had many complaints towards their blends.
As for black teas, I'm a strict lover of "Irish Breakfast!"
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I love flavored black teas, but I'm trying to drink more green for the health benefits.

Last night it was pomegranate green tea from Republic of Tea. I love them. They send a catalogue every two months with a free tea bag!
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My tea cravings are seasonal, coming more during the months from November until March.

My favorite has always been Earl Gray tea, and my favorite brand is from Tazo, which has been sold at Starbucks for some time now.
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I I feel you guys! I am absolutely mad about my tea. I drink a fair bit of coffee but tea is my real passion

There is a shop called T2 around the corner from my work and they sell hundreds of different teas, I had no idea so many existed until the first day I went into the shop, it is really great because they have samples for you to try and they have sample cannisters you can smell, FANTASTIC!!!

I am really into green teas at the moment, my favourite is Gunpowder tea. Speaking of which I am off to make myself a cup

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I drink tea too, but I like all kinds. Usually iced because I live in a hot weather area and I just don't drink hot drinks very often.

I like good old lipton tea, brewed up fairly strong for iced tea, and served with juice of one big lemon and 1/3 cup sugar per 4 quart pitcher.

Celestial Seasonings: I love Tropic of Strawberry, Red Zinger, and the cold brew raspberry. All iced.

Tazo: Chai tea, Earl Grey, and Breakfast blend (red label box). All hot. But I will brew up half earl grey and half breakfast blend and drink it iced.

Republic of Tea: Blackberry Sage, Cranberry Blood Orange, Kids' Cuppa, Acai Green Tea. All served iced.

Twinings: Black Currant (iced), Lady Grey (hot), Tastes of Summer (iced)

Bigelow: Constant Comment (hot and iced), Tangeringe white tea (iced), French Vanilla (hot)

And I have bought random boxes of tea or loose teas from various manufacturers that I bought once. I pretty much like fruity flavored teas, served iced. A lot.

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That was my exact thought!

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I I feel you guys! I am absolutely mad about my tea. I drink a fair bit of coffee but tea is my real passion

There is a shop called T2 around the corner from my work and they sell hundreds of different teas, I had no idea so many existed until the first day I went into the shop, it is really great because they have samples for you to try and they have sample cannisters you can smell, FANTASTIC!!!

I am really into green teas at the moment, my favourite is Gunpowder tea. Speaking of which I am off to make myself a cup

Cheers
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I'm intrigued...please tell me more about this gunpowder tea...is it, well you know, made of gunpowder?
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I am so serious about tea...it's become quite an obsession for me. I'm one of those people that drink it all year long, but especially so in the fall/winter. I don't really care for the colder months, and perhaps tea is what gets me through the cold seasons.

I love www.adagio.com/ -- superior tea, in tons of flavors and very reasonable prices.

I was thinking this could be a thread that we swap websites, what's good, what's bad, what we have to try, etc...sort of a Tea 101, well...201 for tea connesuirs.
Nothing unusual about drinking tea all year round here hun .. you'd fit in a treat!
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I cannot bare herbal 'teas' like drinking a cup full of 'Pot Pourri' .. disgusting!

I am your traditional tea drinking kinda gal - British after all! - strong, hot and with a hint of milk!

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I seem to have made it to this thread a little late? I do hope there's still some tea still left in the pot?

I am particularly partial to earl grey but must agree with Kimberleigh that Yorkshire Gold is also rather good.

I made this, completely unscientific, survey last year... It showed that there's plenty of dims love for a good cup of tea...

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Mostly I drink Scottish Blend tea, specially made for the soft water here. http://www.unilever.co.uk/ourbrands/...tish_Blend.asp I don't like Yorkshire Gold, too strong for me, they take tea you can tap dance on down there! About one third of the time I drink earl grey, Twining's organic variety. I have tried some other brands, but find that some are overwhelmed with the bergamot oil which can taste harsh.

As for herbal/fruit "teas"/infusions, I think I maybe already said in James' other thread that I love Yogi Tee, classic variety which has cinnamon, cloves, ginger etc in it. It is lovely mixed with hot apple juice, very Christmassy/Wintery.

http://www.yogitee.de/yogitea_gb/Exo...s/Classic.html

I also love Turkish apple tea and some of the blends that Whittards of Chelsea sell ... I notice they have new ones, I must pay a visit!

http://www.whittard.co.uk/ProductLis...-GB&cid=it2010

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I love tea, but at the moment can't name any favorite brands...I've been stuck on coffee lately, although I do drink my share of southern-style sweet tea. With the weather cooling, though, I'm sure I'll start back on my tea again. My favorite of all is chamomile brewed from fresh blossoms, with a hint of honey added. I've misplaced my infuser, though, so I need to shop for a new one.

I love this thread! Thanks, ash!
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Wonderful opening James. Just wonderful. I just noticed this thread and would like to add that James is one hundred per cent correct: Yorkshire Gold is the best tea. (I'm drinking a cup at this very moment in fact). I love being totally eccentric in the States and taking my own teabags to the diners. It's such an English passion, huh?

[QUOTE=James;554622]I seem to have made it to this thread a little late? I do hope there's still some tea still left in the pot?

I am particularly partial to earl grey but must agree with Kimberleigh that Yorkshire Gold is also rather good.
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I drink green tea all year round.

There are many good brands and flavors I like in my area.

I have 4-5 mugs of the stuff a day and I hardly ever get seriously sick...I haven't had a sick day at work in years.


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PS: Okay, I do take vitamins, drink juice, try to eat normal meals and exercise when I can but I think the tea really helps my super immune system.
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i like tea, but usually fruity ones.

there's one from trader joe's that i love, but i can't remember the name right now. i believe it's pomegranate white tea...

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there's one from trader joe's that i love, but i can't remember the name right now. i believe it's pomegranate white tea...



I LOVE Trader Joe's. Oh I miss your country!
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