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MrTerrorist 2009-04-04 10:41

I drink regular tea, Ice Lemon/Apple/Peach Tea, chrysanthemum tea, Lipton tea, Malaysian Tea Tarik, Japanese Green Tea, Milk Tea, Vanilla flavor Tea. In fact i drink any tea that's delicious.

StarsMending 2009-04-04 16:30

I adore tea! I drink tea all the time, and I kid you not when I say up to 3 pots of tea a day. I go through so much tea.. I just love how refreshed and relaxed I feel when I drink it, so it's very pleasant.

My favorite kinds are genmaicha (popcorn green tea), peppermint, and rooibos, although I like many.

I've always wanted to try macha, though. Has anyone tried it? Is it any good? It's so expensive!

Dilla 2009-04-04 19:10

*Looks at location*

Southern sweet tea for me, maybe with a lemon slice in it.

I used to drink a cup of regular hot tea with a spoon of honey before I went to bed at nights to help me sleep when I was younger, but I don't really need it anymore.

Nosauz 2009-04-04 20:21

Ahh sweet tea... best of course is bojangles sweet tea, well cook out rivals it but man bojangles sweet tea makes my spine tingle.

Dilla 2009-04-04 23:20

^Oh Hell yes.

That is all.

KimmyChan 2009-04-05 04:18

Brand-wise, I always favour the likes of PG Tips & Tetley here in the UK :D

Alchemist007 2009-04-05 04:33

Spicey Indian tea. Green tea too.

Yukinokesshou 2009-04-05 04:38

Quote:

Originally Posted by StarsMending (Post 2320125)
I've always wanted to try macha, though. Has anyone tried it? Is it any good? It's so expensive!

Yes it's good, but (1) it depends on the quality and (2) it might be an acquired taste. It smells more like grass or hay than the usual green tea varieties. Of course it's possible that the maccha I drink is not of the highest quality, hence the smell. That said, I'm rather addicted to maccha as well as genmaicha, which you mentioned, and Tieguanyin, which is an expensive Oolong tea from China/Taiwan.

I do spend a lot of money on my tea, but considering that a tin of maccha or Tieguanyin is enough to last me a month and costs only as much as two bottles of good wine... I think I end up spending a lot less on drink than my alcohol-loving friends. In fact, not drinking alcohol and not going to pubs/clubs leaves me with a whole lot of money to spend on good food and good tea :)

I never really understood British students who splurge on alcohol and clubbing, and then survive on baked beans -_-. Care to explain this to me, KawaiiKimmy? (Sorry for targetting you, but you're British and in your twenties so even if you don't fit this stereotype, you could enlighten me on the behaviour of your colleagues :heh:)

KimmyChan 2009-04-05 07:21

Chai is a nice spicy tea variety that tastes pretty good :)

Jill Valentine 2009-04-05 08:46

I only drink bubble tea

KimmyChan 2009-04-05 09:20

Both peppermint and camomile varieties of tea are very relaxing to drink :)

SaintessHeart 2009-04-05 09:42

I recently got pranked into drinking tea with cola. Come to think of it, it tastes.....good. ;)

KimmyChan 2009-04-05 12:08

Tea and cola? That's um.....A different combination :p


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