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    (Original post by PAA!)
    One a day with a shortbread biscuit after a hard day at college:lovedup:

    what does green tea taste of?

    whats it made from? green grass? :confused:
    It's made from the tea plant. Just a different way of processing the leaf, green tea is steamed/fired from fresh then dried, black tea is left to oxidise (which makes it go black), then dried

    Prefer green myself :yes:
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    Green, peppermint, and chamomile tea with organic honey, three times a day

    I used to drink a lot of coffee, but now I only have about a cup a day
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    (Original post by PAA!)
    One a day with a shortbread biscuit after a hard day at college:lovedup:

    what does green tea taste of?

    whats it made from? green grass? :confused:
    :laugh:

    this could be rather insightful to you then http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_tea

    and green tea is yumm + various health benefits :yy:
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    HELL YEAH!

    four or five cups of normal tea a day for me one sugar, skimmed milk (lots of milk) pleaseee
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    mornings for breakfast, maybe one at night if theres nout else in :awesome:
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    (Original post by stardog32)
    It's made from the tea plant. Just a different way of processing the leaf, green tea is steamed/fired from fresh then dried, black tea is left to oxidise (which makes it go black), then dried

    Prefer green myself :yes:
    Is green tea the same as chinese tea?

    If so then ya chinese/green tea is good too and no caffine
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    i used to have one cup a day or none if i had coffee when i was at home
    at uni i like green tea/cappuccino/latte. again one cup a day
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    2 cups a day...milky...no sugar...with chocolate...
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    (Original post by HumanNature1992)
    Is green tea the same as chinese tea?

    If so then ya chinese/green tea is good too and no caffine
    No I think that's Oolong, well that's what seemed to be the most common when I went to China, whereas green is the norm in Japan

    Oolong is basically in-between green and black teas, i.e. part-oxidised they all contain caffeine I think but black has by far the most
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    The absence of sugar at Scout camp a few years ago led me to try tea without it. I haven't gone back. I usually drink at least 3 cups a day, and I thought that was a lot, but after reading how much some of you guys drink...wow...
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    I think I've had about 10 cups today.
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    Yes-- milk, 2 sugars

    Good at the start of a shift, and after school :yy:
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    five, six cups on even more if I spend my day at home.Traditional/ Earl Grey ftw.:yes:
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    Nothing better than a cup of Earl Grey and a caramel digestive.
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    Assam tea, made IN A TEAPOT, NOT WITH STUPID TEABAGS, milk and two sugars. I have a good four cups a day, on average. :yes:
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    5 cups of Rooibos
    1 cup of PG Tips in the morning.
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    (Original post by MinorityRulez)
    No!
    Hot Ribena only
    REALLY??!! :eek: do you have the stuff you dilute you:eek: yourself? cos iv got a bottle but i dont drink it cos its cold and its gonna be bad if u drink hot drinks :p:
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    (Original post by stardog32)
    It's made from the tea plant. Just a different way of processing the leaf, green tea is steamed/fired from fresh then dried, black tea is left to oxidise (which makes it go black), then dried

    Prefer green myself :yes:
    Thanks for quoting me back. :p:
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    Green tea, especially fruit variations, or from the leaves. And Red Bush :coma:

    With one or two sugar(s)

    Only occasionally though.

    I hate normal tea :yucky:
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    About 3-4 pints a day (my starbucks mug is pint sized), white with 2 Splenda sweeteners.
 
 
 
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