Sunday, November 13, 2011

Enjoy a Cuppa Today!

This morning I've enjoyed my favorite tea Yorkshire Gold. This afternoon I'll probably have Earl Grey decaf. What's your favorite kind of tea, and when do you have it?

8 comments:

GretchenJoanna said...

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. :-(

Barbara said...

Orange Pekoe Blend. Of the Tetley variety. Iced and loaded with sugar.

Well, you asked!

;)

Left-Handed Housewife said...

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

Cranberry Morning said...

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. :-)

lifeonthecutoff said...

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.

Beth Stone said...

"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...

M.K. said...

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!

Rachel Renée said...

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 :)