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    Lapsang Souchong for black tea; Sencha for green tea. Quite like most Chai blends as well. :yes:
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
    its the frikin stuff man
    its the frikin best man
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    That is too few cups! :fuhrer:
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    (Original post by Napp)
    Be it English Breakfast or some herbal blend and who makes it?

    Personally i've always had a taste for Assam and Ceylon by the East India Company )
    I feel as if this needs a poll.

    My favourite is loose leaf gunpowder green tea. I know, I have a posh taste in tea
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    (Original post by AngryJellyfish)
    Lapsang Souchong for black tea; Sencha for green tea. Quite like most Chai blends as well. :yes:
    Sencha is nice but have you ever tried gunpowder green tea? It's hands down the best beverage in existence!
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    New. Favourite. Thread.

    I cannot be forced to pick my favourite kind of tea, so here's my top two:
    - Lemon & Ginger
    - Green (with strawberry cupcake stuff)... Call me a child all you like, but it's heaven in a cup...

    Oh, and it has to be PG Tips! You don't know true joy until your fav tea is on sale for £1 and you have a voucher for 50p off...
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    (Original post by Deyesy)
    That is too few cups! :fuhrer:
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    (Original post by Platopus)
    Sencha is nice but have you ever tried gunpowder green tea? It's hands down the best beverage in existence!
    I've been drinking that for years, had some earlier today actually. :yes: It's pretty good, but Sencha is more to my tastes (though more expensive usually).
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    (Original post by Platopus)
    I feel as if this needs a poll.

    My favourite is loose leaf gunpowder green tea. I know, I have a posh taste in tea
    A sublime choice!
    Indeed I considered it however the sheer number of teas/makes makes it somewhat prohibitive.
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    (Original post by AngryJellyfish)
    I've been drinking that for years, had some earlier today actually. :yes: It's pretty good, but Sencha is more to my tastes (though more expensive usually).
    Interesting, at Whittards I think Sencha is less expensive than gunpowder. It's the Whittards gunpowder variety that I'm obsessed with!
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    (Original post by Napp)
    A sublime choice!
    Indeed I considered it however the sheer number of teas/makes makes it somewhat prohibitive.
    Glad you approve! Yeah, that's true. So many teas in the world!
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    (Original post by Platopus)
    Interesting, at Whittards I think Sencha is less expensive than gunpowder. It's the Whittards gunpowder variety that I'm obsessed with!
    Adagio UK is my seller of choice. :yes:
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    (Original post by AngryJellyfish)
    Adagio UK is my seller of choice. :yes:
    Nice. Have you ever had Genmai cha? I've heard good things but never had it myself. Was wondering if it's worth a try.
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    I love kashmiri chai it's the best one.
    Do u know that it is pink in colour😊
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    I love, in no particular order

    Rose Earl Grey
    Lavender Earl Grey
    Assam
    Ceylon
    Lady Grey
    Normal Earl Grey

    mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

    [Also if you only drink herbal tea do you really drink tea]
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    (Original post by Platopus)
    Nice. Have you ever had Genmai cha? I've heard good things but never had it myself. Was wondering if it's worth a try.
    Yes! I didn't like it at first, it had a really strong, unusual flavour, but it grew on me. I'd definitely have it again.
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    (Original post by AngryJellyfish)
    Yes! I didn't like it at first, it had a really strong, unusual flavour, but it grew on me. I'd definitely have it again.
    Thanks maybe I will try some on your recommendation.
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    Yasss this thread!! . I love t'good old Yorkshire Tea, but there's too many others so I'm just gonna mention momma's home recipe xD Vanilla chai tea bags brewed in a patheela with a powder mix of cinammon, the long and small cardamom thingies, ginger yasss, cloves and I think that's everything! With milk and honey ofc, if I could only have one thing, it'd be this all day >>>>> food O
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    PG tips,Yorkshire Tea or Twinings for everyday ... TETLEY AND TYPHOO CAN GO AND SET THEMSELVES ON FIRE AND SIT IN THE CORNER THINKING ABOUT THE ATROCITY THEY HAVE DONE
 
 
 
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