I haven't met a tea that I don't like; black, white, green, red, herbal, I like them all. I have sooooo many different kinds. I love to try new ones, and I even buy books on tea. Not sure why I have this obsession but I do.
I was inspired to write this thread because I am sitting here drinking black chai tea and I haven't had that in so long, I forgot how delightfully spicy it is.
PS - For all you Brits, yes, I put the milk in first, then water.
If you haven't had Amacha tea (Hydrangea tea) from Asia you are missing out! My friend brought me some from Korea and I am addicted--it turns sweet and no sugar needed! I just wish I could find it in the US!
There was a very light-tasting tea I've had recently at a friends called Silverneedle, I think it was a white tea sort. Very very subtle flavor, but if your tastebuds were clear of anything harsh you could taste it and enjoy it. Apple Pomegranate was also very good, but surprisingly bitter.
We also are the proud owners of a Teavana here in the mall close to my house. Ive been a few and liked what I saw, though I suppose I will be more advent about it when I actually get to settle into my house. I do have a small contraption from there where you can brew tea and set it on a cup and itll drain into your mug.