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What Tea Are You Drinking Today? (Part 3)


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38 minutes ago, heidih said:

I am generally a generic black tea or jasmine tea drinker but my son gave me this and I do enjoy it

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That is black tea... "Gold" isn't a new kind of tea... it is a way of selling better quality black tea.  some black teas exhibit gold-ish looking  tips... 

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3 hours ago, cdh said:

That is black tea... "Gold" isn't a new kind of tea... it is a way of selling better quality black tea.  some black teas exhibit gold-ish looking  tips... 

K thnks.  Does taste a grade above generic.

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12 minutes ago, shain said:

Black tea, gin some sugar.

Damn. I’m all out of gin. I don’t like tea but gin could definitely improve it!

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I'll give this thread a bump.  I usually roast my own coffee but I decided to try a local roaster's espresso blend while I'm waiting for my order from Sweet Maria.   I pulled a flat white this morning and the coffee was quite delicious.  A little pricey at $16 for 12 oz but the quality of the coffee is very good and not over-roasted.

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49 minutes ago, Steve Irby said:

I'll give this thread a bump.  I usually roast my own coffee but I decided to try a local roaster's espresso blend while I'm waiting for my order from Sweet Maria.   I pulled a flat white this morning and the coffee was quite delicious.  A little pricey at $16 for 12 oz but the quality of the coffee is very good and not over-roasted.

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Nice looking cuppa - but was TEA involved ;) 

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Hey I have Liptons in the pantry and it makes a decent iced and  you pumped it up with the Meyer lemon. I had a friend who generously shared from her prolific tree. Sadly my ancient sick "regular" lemon manages only a handful a year and not aided by drought.

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