My favorite is Celestial Seasonings Green Tea. I've found that it has the most authentic taste, and they are one of the only brands who make a 'decaf' green tea that tastes good without adding any other flavors to it (ie. orange, mint, etc.).
Floral Tea are nice.
For example Rose Bud or Camomile.
I love the Republic of Tea's Wild Berry Plum Green Tea. A nice combination of flavors.
I love chamomile and peppermint tea.
Beyond that, I love all the different flavors of Celestial Seasonings, like lemon zinger and sleepy time.
I drink a lot of tea.
From foraging wild herbs I have discovered that I only do bag tea out of laziness and have limited ones I really like. The best herb tea is made loose whether you buy it or dry it. When herbs are dried the infusing in hot boiling water brings out alot of flavor. Fresh is different like the broth of a vegetable. I have discovered my favorite mint tea is made by taking a bouquet of fresh mint bringing it to a boil in water then leaving it that way overnight in a non porus vessel. A very nice and strong flavorful mint emerges and I then strain it and have it hot or cold.
It depends upon my mood.
My favorite loose leaf tea is youthberry from teavana.
by Sinea Pies5 years ago
Has anyone tried Celestial Seasonings "Sleeptime" herbal tea? It's supposed to help you relax so that you get to sleep or to sleep better. Does it work?
by Jane@CM7 years ago
What brand of tea would you recommend to new tea drinkers?
by GiblinGirl5 years ago
What do you think goes best with chocolate - mint, caramel, peanut butter, or something else? I love chocolate and peanut butter - Reese's Pieces are my favorite candy.
by Randall Pruitt5 years ago
What is everyone's favourite flavor of ice cream? I love chocolate! Do you add special toppings?
by jkleinparty7 years ago
does the rubber absorb the flavors of the mint?
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