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Old 09-14-2007, 06:42 PM   #51
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Cream....in tea????? What the heck? lol next you'll be saying that shepherd's pie is made with minced beef!
No...minced shepherds.

The cream in tea thing works especially well with orange pekoe. I don't think there's much that could salvage an Earl Grey.
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Then you dunk your cookies in it! Heaven!
Try it with Dutch speculaas cookies. They're usually made in the shape of windmills, and are perfect for tea-dunking.
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Old 09-14-2007, 07:01 PM   #53
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I drink between four to six cups of tea a day. In the summer I add in some iced tea but mostly it's hot tea.

Rainy got me hooked on white pear tea this summer. YUM.
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I just bought some of that flowering tea... OMG... I'm so excited I can hardly stand it!!
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Red Rose drinkers - what do you do with the little Wade whimsey figurines that are in the boxes?

We drink Red Rose when we run out of the Yorkshire, it makes a perfectly good cuppa.
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I just bought some of that flowering tea... OMG... I'm so excited I can hardly stand it!!
ohh which one did you get?? Link me, baby!!
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Last winter I was on a tea binge, had everything, jasmine, lavendar, all kinds of interesting herbal teas from http://www.teavanna.com. Prefer herbal teas because of the lack of caffeine.

When comes summer, my apatment gets hot, and the a/c doesn't work in the kitchen.
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Old 09-15-2007, 02:05 AM   #58
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I love tea...drink it at least once a day, would drink it much more if I were around somebody making it a lot, you know? My tastes are starting to become a little more ascetic...I even enjoy some of the severely twiggy/branchy ones I drink for good liver health with things like dandelion and burdock root and milk thistle, straight up. I never drink tea with milk or cream - either straight, or with citrus and a little sugar. I haven't ventured too much into green teas, mostly out of lazy snobbery, due to its current fashionability...I mean, can all the new recent brands really be as efficacious as they say? Which to get? (Is it all being overharvested? help) I also try to drink a lot of nettles tea. I have a ginormous (and I mean huge) bag of nettles leaves in my kitchen from which I scoop a big tea-ball's full and toss in with 4 c. of water and just drink all day when I'm at home. I may get through the bag in another 10 years. I also love a full-on Tea with good china and tea cozies and such sometimes.
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Who mentioned Yogi Tea???

I had it for the first time when I was in Eastern Europe and have never found it again since.

It's curiously milky, spicy, and sweet... And if anyone knows more about it, please write back!!!!!
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I am having a serious tea emergency at the moment. I have just moved from the North of England to the South and the drinking water is awful down here, really grimy and bitty. It is ruining my daily tea drinking pleasure. Any ideas on the best way to solve this dilemma? I can't drink coffee all the time, I need my Roiboos and Earl Grey back.

On the other hand, completely different topic altogether, I do believe we need a whiskey lovers thread so I am starting one, keep your peepers open!
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Who mentioned Yogi Tea???

I had it for the first time when I was in Eastern Europe and have never found it again since.

It's curiously milky, spicy, and sweet... And if anyone knows more about it, please write back!!!!!
Here you go! http://www.yogitea.com/ I'm glad you enjoyed it, it made me feel horrible lol. I wish it worked for me because they do have alot of nice sounding teas.
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I am having a serious tea emergency at the moment. I have just moved from the North of England to the South and the drinking water is awful down here, really grimy and bitty. It is ruining my daily tea drinking pleasure. Any ideas on the best way to solve this dilemma? I can't drink coffee all the time, I need my Roiboos and Earl Grey back.

On the other hand, completely different topic altogether, I do believe we need a whiskey lovers thread so I am starting one, keep your peepers open!
Try teas made for hard water. Yorkshire tea do one. I did know the reason why the waters are so different from north to south, but it escapes me now. Something about where the water comes from maybe: underground reserves in the south, versus the lakes in the north... Good luck, I hope you settle in and find the tea you're looking for.
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Try teas made for hard water. Yorkshire tea do one. I did know the reason why the waters are so different from north to south, but it escapes me now. Something about where the water comes from maybe: underground reserves in the south, versus the lakes in the north... Good luck, I hope you settle in and find the tea you're looking for.
Oh yeah, I have a cabinet FULL of other teas that I can drink lol.
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Oh yeah....tea with cream & sugar................learned that from my English Grandmother...

Then you dunk your cookies in it! Heaven!


AWESOME!
..well as a Brit I have never (yet) put cream in tea (the thought makes me gag) .. milk should be sufficient to whiten it up and make a cracking mug of biscuit dunking tea!

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I am having a serious tea emergency at the moment. I have just moved from the North of England to the South and the drinking water is awful down here, really grimy and bitty. It is ruining my daily tea drinking pleasure. Any ideas on the best way to solve this dilemma? I can't drink coffee all the time, I need my Roiboos and Earl Grey back.

On the other hand, completely different topic altogether, I do believe we need a whiskey lovers thread so I am starting one, keep your peepers open!
Easy peasy, buy cheap bottled water at Asda or wherever, and use it for your tea making! voila! Oh maybe use a different kettle for it too, you know how southern kettles get all gross and limescaley. Can buy one in Asda for a few quid, keep it nice just for your tea!

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Best tea I ever had in my life was hot Lipton's tea that had (Borden's?) Sweetened Condensed Milk in it.
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Since this is the tea thread, I think it's okay if I ask here... does anyone have a good recommendation for a decent tea ball or tea strainer? My tea ball is the basic metal one, and I get too much mulch in the bottom of my cup for my happiness.

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Since this is the tea thread, I think it's okay if I ask here... does anyone have a good recommendation for a decent tea ball or tea strainer? My tea ball is the basic metal one, and I get too much mulch in the bottom of my cup for my happiness.

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Wrap the tea in a bit of coffee filter first, twist it closed, pop it in the tea ball, and voila - far less mulch.
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Wrap the tea in a bit of coffee filter first, twist it closed, pop it in the tea ball, and voila - far less mulch.
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Since this is the tea thread, I think it's okay if I ask here... does anyone have a good recommendation for a decent tea ball or tea strainer? My tea ball is the basic metal one, and I get too much mulch in the bottom of my cup for my happiness.

Any suggestions?
Try the Teastick... a great idea and it works great. Here is a link to the inventor's site. You can find places locally that also sell it. Never any problem with stuff in the teas.. unless you use really fine pieces of tea which is of course not good apart from tea bags(which are really not using the best tea(because it's so fine and the better tea is made from bigger leaves/pieces)) http://www.gamilacompany.com/tea/tea...FRtBgAodei_uBw

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I confess...I am a store brand black tea drinking classless hack.

I really do not like flavored tea at all, at best I can handle some lemon in my black tea.

But I do enjoy my tea hot or cold
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I drink hot tea with evaporated milk in it.. never tried sweetened condensed milk in it. I never would have thought too until now
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Red Rose drinkers - what do you do with the little Wade whimsey figurines that are in the boxes?

We drink Red Rose when we run out of the Yorkshire, it makes a perfectly good cuppa.
Oh! We used to drink that. We had a large collection of the figurines. But we eventually needed stronger tea, my mom and I. So we moved onto Tetley (I think is how you spell it).

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I got the dragon lily tea for myself and brit friend of whom I will be sharing it with. Also purchasing the TeaHouse style clear teapot. its fat and round so I HAD to get that one. I just can't wait.



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Easy peasy, buy cheap bottled water at Asda or wherever, and use it for your tea making! voila! Oh maybe use a different kettle for it too, you know how southern kettles get all gross and limescaley. Can buy one in Asda for a few quid, keep it nice just for your tea!
Oooh genius, so simple but so effective. thanks!
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Oh! We used to drink that. We had a large collection of the figurines. But we eventually needed stronger tea, my mom and I. So we moved onto Tetley (I think is how you spell it).



I got the dragon lily tea for myself and brit friend of whom I will be sharing it with. Also purchasing the TeaHouse style clear teapot. its fat and round so I HAD to get that one. I just can't wait.


This looks so exciting!
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