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    Luaka (trade name)Tea from Ceylon is good quality. With a Chinese meals, I would serve Keemun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perseus View Post
    Luaka (trade name)Tea from Ceylon is good quality. With a Chinese meals, I would serve Keemun.
    Ahh, lovely.

    Is that a tea pot in your avatar?

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    I'm drinking ice tea now. Had Chai Tea and milk this morning.

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    Assam black tea makes one heavenly concoction with honey & milk. I've brewed a pot of looseleaf Assam (fresh, bought the tin on friday) around 1-1.5x strength and added 3 tsp honey & some 2% organic milk to each cup (using a big oatmeal cup here, so it's a little bigger than 8oz)

    The tea's malty overtones mix well with the milk, making it taste similar to a malt milkshake.
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    *Picks up cup and daintily crooks little finger*

    Ah. Tea. Yes.

    I think Earl Grey may be my favorite but I love to try all the different choices. Since I drink soverymuch of it I usually buy something inexpensive for simple kick-starting reasons.

    A little sugar. . .
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    Tea is my god.

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    I must confess I have a cultural partiality to Luziane.

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    I spent 2 or 3 hours and too much money in an herbal store today. I'm gonna have some fuuun making teas.

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    I grow my own bergamot, camomile and mint and sometimes take the trouble to brew some up. To my perception home-grown is an acquired taste.

    Has anyone here ever drank mate'?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anja View Post
    I grow my own bergamot, camomile and mint and sometimes take the trouble to brew some up.
    Nice.

    To my perception home-grown is an acquired taste.
    Really? Why is that?

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