I am a fan of Green tea, but when I am sick, I will have peppermint tea.
What is your favorite one?
I like twinnings English breakfast, tetley British blend black tea and Uncle lee's green tea.
My favorites are peppermint, chai and earl gray. It's hot tea weather here in Peru!
There is no doubt to say Green tea as favourite but In summer the Ice tea is not a bad option. Perhaps it also depends on the mood and quality of tea.
My preference is to drink Lipton Tea, the regular flavor. But, I only drink Tea on occasion.
Earl Gray Tea is my favorite for a special treat but I usually drink Tetley black tea.
Susan, my mother absolutely loved Earl Grey tea.
UW-I agree that Earl Gray is an amazing tea, but I must add that Sleepy Time tea is my special treat-and it seems to do exactly what the name implies!
This may seem old-fashioned, but I also love Constant Comment.
I am personally a huge fan of Bigelow's Plantation Mint, followed by their Mint Medley. I like green tea iced, but not hot.
For relaxation, I like Bigelow's Sweet Dreams or Celestial Seasonings' Tension Tamer.
Being an herbalist, I'm a huge fan of herbal teas. One of my favorites is Rooibos, but I also like to mix up herbs and see what flavors I can come up with. I've made some of my best tasting teas doing that.
I like PG black teas with sugar and a bit of milk. But I love other teas, too like green teas, pepermint teas, earl grey and other herbal teas for a change.
I discovered a fantastic tea here in the Philippines. It's Sampaloc iced tea and it's served in a restaurant near my home. Absolutely fantastic.
For hot teas, we have herbal teas, some add seven local herbs. Basically, I take hot teas for slimming like Kankunis.
I drink green tea every day, but I do not like additional taste, such as mint or lemon.
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The greatest sorrow of my teenage years was that I vastly preferred Twinings Darjeeling to "Tea, Earl Grey, Hot." Alas, unlike my bald idol, I had a serious aversion to bergamot. I also liked Oolang, or Assam in the evenings.
In recent years I've had to curtail my Darjeeling and other black tea consumption and switch to green. So far, the best green tea I've hit upon is organic sencha green tea by the "two leaves and a bud" company. However, it's not my favorite. While I normally don't like flowery or herbal teas, I recently hit upon an ambrosial green tea which has become my tea of choice: Bird Pick's Pearl Queen of Jasmine tea. (Green with a jasmine aroma.) It's divine. I usually have no less than twenty to thirty varieties of tea in the house, so that's high praise.
I occasionally drink coffee, so I drink a lot of tea - different tea.
Early Gray or black tea with ginseng - when I feel a little bit tired and need a strong flavor to wake me up
Green tea - when I like to relax and calm my nerves
White tea - when I'm relaxed
Black tea with honey and/or milk - when I'm sick and need to warm up
Red tea - when I have a hangover or stomach problems
I have a question -- which has more caffeine, coffee or tea? And what is the strongest tea caffeine wise? Anybody know?
The best tea I have collectes is form mountain Olympus
It is good for the cancer treatment
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I have many favorite drinks. But most of all I like green tea. It is very useful drink for our body. As I am a sportsman and run every morning , I often take green tea in special bottle which I found here http://allinpackaging.co.uk/containers/bottle/ This bottle is light and made from environmentally clean materials.
by brittney licano 7 years ago
Interesting, yeah i have slowly been starting to drink herbal tea more as apposed to coffee, im finding i appreciate the way it tastes a lot more these days.
by Linda Bilyeu 2 years ago
Do you prefer coffee or tea?I'm a tea drinker. Black, white, green...I like them all. I never liked the taste of coffee, but I do like the smell.
by Billy Haynes 2 years ago
I was put on a Candida diet about 7 weeks ago, instantly had to stop drinking coffee (green tea only). At the 6 week mark, I was able to start re-introducing foods I had to eliminate, coffee was one of the first options.However, this morning I found myself tied between wanting tea, or coffee! I...
by scoop 7 years ago
Are all teas healthy to drink?Everybody knows Green Tea is healthy but are all teas healthy to drink?
by Elena 2 years ago
If I put sugar in Green Tea, does it spoil the benefit?(I am drinking one cup a day, but find it so bitter)
by Nisha Garg 3 months ago
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