No tea today, which is unusual. I LOVE mango iced tea (since the weather's getter warmer) and I usually have a cup of jasmine tea before bed. I had a pot of Chinese black tea at the restaurant yeterday. :)
You must do the thing you think you cannot do. --Eleanor Roosevelt
Well, this was yesterday and not home-brewed, but I wanted to answer anyway! I had a nonfat chai tea Frappuccino from Starbucks (I had to treat myself because they were half-price this weekend, plus it was my b-day!) I actually tried it with chocolate whipped cream, and it was awesome!
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274 5/12/13 8:13 P
Iced tea. Lipton
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5/12/13 7:43 P
I have a couple of "go-to" teas that I enjoy: a green tea w/ wild blueberry & acai (Bigelow), and a Good Earth original sweet & spicy herbal tea blend, caffeine free.
But today I treated myself to a skinny decaf peppermint mocha at the local coffee shop for Mother's Day.
"We would accomplish many more things if we did not think of them as impossible." ~C. Malesherbes~
"Your mind will be like its habitual thoughts; for the soul becomes dyed with the color of its thoughts." Marcus Aurelius (121-180 AD)
5/12/13 7:43 P
I drink a lot of tea, decaf. Today I drank Celestial Seasonings Green Tea with Mint- unsweetened decaf. :)
There are no elevators in the house of success. H. H. Vreeland
You may have to fight a battle more than once to win it- Margaret Thatcher
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5/12/13 7:42 P
Sencha cherry rose! It tastes like springtime to me.
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5/12/13 7:41 P
I had a pot of white tea and pomegranate. Picked it up yesterday from a gal who does her own loose-leaf blends. It's fabulously sweet and mild.
Just curious to see what everyone likes and what interesting blends come up.
This morning I had a plain cup of white monkey. Light and floral, but a little bit of a grassy, dry finish.
This evening I just brewed a blend that's new to me - from one of Adagio's fandom samplers, Avatar's Iroh Tea. This one was really surprising - it smells shocking, pretty much like straight lemongrass in the tin. After brewing the jasmine comes out on top with an undercurrent of lemon and ginger. Very relaxing stuff.
So the question remains... what have you got brewing in your cups and teapots?
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