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    Quote Originally Posted by R600a View Post
    What teas do you like?

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    Wawa, Raspberry, Iced-Tea, regular or diet, on ice, shaken, not stirred.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldschool1 View Post
    Wawa, Raspberry, Iced-Tea, regular or diet, on ice, shaken, not stirred.
    Does shaken vs stirred make a big difference?
    I live in ice tea county so i am one of the few who drink it hot. Is ice tea the common drink in your area?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldschool1 View Post
    Wawa, Raspberry, Iced-Tea, regular or diet, on ice, shaken, not stirred.
    Names school. Old school. Lol

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    Mint tea is delicious, great for an upset stomach or winding down at the end of the day. I make my wife a chai tea latte everyday, but too sweet and spicy for me. I just prefer simplicity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CircusEnvy View Post
    Mint tea is delicious, great for an upset stomach or winding down at the end of the day. I make my wife a chai tea latte everyday, but too sweet and spicy for me. I just prefer simplicity.
    Any particular brand?
    I like stash peppermint.
    My wife makes a killer chai from spices and black tea. It is so much more flavour than any of the commercial brands. Thanks for reminding me. I am going to have her make me some.

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    Dang. I cant get my wife to make a beer appear from the fridge. To be fair she's covid teaching a 1st grader with a 2 year old running around.

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    Milo’s Sweet Tea!


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    Arizona? Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by CircusEnvy View Post
    Mint tea is delicious, great for an upset stomach or winding down at the end of the day. I make my wife a chai tea latte everyday, but too sweet and spicy for me. I just prefer simplicity.
    I pick my mint at the shoreline of my cabin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Restaurant mech View Post
    I pick my mint at the shoreline of my cabin.
    That is the best kind

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    This is my wifes homemade chai tea. Mmm delicious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Restaurant mech View Post
    I pick my mint at the shoreline of my cabin.
    I was surprised as heck to find some growing wild next to a creek in NE Arizona one year while on a turkey hunt.
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    Sweet Luzianne Iced, the only way to go down South.

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    Monster -

    Try getting up and first thing take a caffeine tablet. And another at lunch if the Monsters are all pleading with you. Each one is about 200mg - about as much as a cup or decent coffee.

    Get off the drink-habit / ritual behavior of it all and then you can taper back the caffeine.

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    Monster. The white can. I quit for over a year. Was on just coffee then covid hit and my cheap $1 7/11 coffee was to difficult to get each morning. So the elephant on my back won. Im trying to quit again..

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    I don't do it often but sometimes in the evening I will make some hot tea with ginger and honey. it's a nice end to the day.

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    I accidentally put sugar in my tea this morning because I was distracted reading on the forum and I don't know how I used to drink it this way every morning. Just milk is so much better.

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    Mate I am a tea enthusiast myself. On my last visit to India in 2019, I had brought with me seeds of the most exotic kind of tea.
    I brought seeds of Asaam Tea, Darjeeling tea & Nilgiri tea, along with 'kawha' which is a natural detox. I was blown away to find out that there are hundreds of tea strains in India and I want to try all of em!!

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    Where did you go in India?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harvey Mac View Post
    Mate I am a tea enthusiast myself. On my last visit to India in 2019, I had brought with me seeds of the most exotic kind of tea.
    I brought seeds of Asaam Tea, Darjeeling tea & Nilgiri tea, along with 'kawha' which is a natural detox. I was blown away to find out that there are hundreds of tea strains in India and I want to try all of em!!
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    I love drinking chai tea. This is Pakistani style tea which is made with milk. I usually drink 2 cups a day. I also like alot of mint teas and some other Chinese teas that have alot of different herbs in them. Some of them are very good tonic teas. Some are very good for digestion after a heavy meal.

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    We usually buy Vital brand or Tapal .

    I am also a big coffee lover and I usually make Gevalia or Cafe Bustelo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mofotech View Post
    I love drinking chai tea. This is Pakistani style tea which is made with milk. I usually drink 2 cups a day. I also like alot of mint teas and some other Chinese teas that have alot of different herbs in them. Some of them are very good tonic teas. Some are very good for digestion after a heavy meal.

    https://runwaypakistan.com/the-best-...e-this-winter/

    We usually buy Vital brand or Tapal .

    I am also a big coffee lover and I usually make Gevalia or Cafe Bustelo.
    I am just sitting here drinking my black tea with milk. Now i want to try that.

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