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I like Early Grey decaf in the afternoons, too! What I appreciate about black tea -- REAL tea -- is that in the colder seasons I can put milk or cream in it and that makes it more warming and heartening somehow.I always think I *should* drink green tea, and usually I like some herbal teas well enough, but I am currently tired of them.My son gave me some ginger-apricot (black) tea which was also wonderful, but I think I used it all up. :-(
Orange Pekoe Blend. Of the Tetley variety. Iced and loaded with sugar.Well, you asked! ;)
I like Earl Gray very much, too. That's probably my go-to tea, that and peppermint. Right now, though, I'm enjoying the seasonal pumpkin spice tea that's only available in my supermarket around this time of year. I really love it.xofrances
Yorkshire Gold is my favorite also, although Irish Breakfast is a close second.I would like to find that Micah 6:8 photo (your sidebar) in a poster!Be sure to enter my SOAP'n'SUCH GIVEAWAY. :-)
Earl Grey - right now as I type, in fact. I usually sip decaf, but, this morning the need of some strong brewed black tea was what I wanted. Come afternoon, around 3:30 ish, some decaf or herbal soothes me, but, once-in-awhile, a good brewed pot of Harney & Sons "Paris" tea hits the spot. I'll be on the lookout for Yorkshire Gold.
"Constant Comment" - basically, an orange spice tea... also, Lady Grey, peppermint, and spearment/peppermint blend. I also try to drink green and white teas as well as some "detox" blends, but they're not as tasty...
Oh my! What a question :) I used to love Constant Comment. Then I switched to sweet, milky Chai. Don't like green tea, and Earl Grey is too strong. I just had Stash's Lemon Ginger yesterday, and it was mighty yummy!
Love this! I think I'm going to have to add this to my blog too. I also love Yorkshire Gold, and I get my Earl Gray and Irish Breakfast at Trader Joe's, though I don't think they have those in GA. Lately, I've been wanting to experiment. The last one I tried was lapsang souchong, which I don't see myself drinking again any time soon :)
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