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    Kombucha is almost like tea... that's my fave.

    I drink a lot of ginger tea for health/inflammation management. I also like chai tea, and floral teas (lavender, hibiscus, rose, etc.) Every now and then I get a hankering for oolong tea. But one of my favorites flavor wise is Yogi's Breathe Deep tea. I just really, really enjoy it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Deadpan View Post
    Kombucha is almost like tea... that's my fave. I drink a lot of ginger tea for health/inflammation management. I also like chai tea, and floral teas (lavender, hibiscus, rose, etc.) Every now and then I get a hankering for oolong tea. But one of my favorites flavor wise is Yogi's Breathe Deep tea. I just really, really enjoy it.
    I'm drinking kombucha now. It's mango flavored. And it is fermented tea so it fits here
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    I'm drinking kombucha now. It's mango flavored. And it is fermented tea so it fits here
    Is it GTS brand? I spend way too much money of their Kombucha and need to start making my own.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Deadpan View Post
    Is it GTS brand? I spend way too much money of their Kombucha and need to start making my own.
    No synergy i was at target and thirsty so just grabbed it.i rarely drink it so it's a treat for me.
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    I had Green tea once and it tasted like nothing! Water tastes better than that green tea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smilephantomhive View Post
    I had Green tea once and it tasted like nothing! Water tastes better than that green tea.
    Then it was not green tea, it was dirty water. Good Japanese green tea tastes earthy, but not bitter... and not like nothing at all.
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    i decided that i wanted earl grey and i'm glad i did because it's delicious i didn't add anything too it

    oh i have some really good tea that's a green tea called snow mountain dragon well tea and like earl grey doesn't need honey or milk added to it, yes my family sometimes adds milk to tea but they're also russian and russians drink a lot of tea. in fact my grandma had hot tea with milk in it for every meal. just black tea nothing special.

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    I was literally just considering posting in the "what are you feeling thread" about how great I feel after drinking tea... whether it's the L-Theanine, the warmth of the water, or just a feeling I've invented in my own mind, I consistently feel more calm, alert and in the moment when drinking green or black tea.

    I drink turmeric ginger milk tea, green tea, whatever black tea my dad brings home on his trips from China, and also like to treat myself to Kratom every few months, with long breaks in between since I don't wanna be too dependent on a herb for anxiety relief even if there aren't really any direct health consequences to drinking it.

    Though I may just be highly sensitive to the chemicals in a given tea because I'm lacking in a certain brain chemical or possibly there's just a lot of improvement to be had with how my body feels even if I'm not aware of it (like stomach discomfort or headaches, which sometimes I mistake for anxiety and vice versa... I can never really sense that there's something I can do to make my body feel better because I don't have good body memory (the ability to compare physical states to previous ones) but if something does make it feel better then it certainly makes me fond of it.)
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    Seems like a nice next 20 minutes about to drink some of this: and read some more age of ultron
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