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Ditto on the breakfast tea with skimmed soy milk. I wish I could get into herbal teas to cut the milk cals but they just don't do it for me like her majesty's finest!!
03-12-2012 #42Junior Member
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Mmmmm, I really like chai tea (with almond milk!), white tea and especially herbal tea with agave syrup.
03-13-2012 #44brijeeet Guest
I haven't met a tea I didn't like!
Chai is my favorite to drink hot, Earl Grey is my favorite iced.
I like blueberry and peach tea, but old fashion hot tea with a tiny bit of Splenda and some milk is my fav.
06-19-2012 #46rivaa Guest
i am a tea-junkie...especially tea with soy milk. i usually choose lipton bc it's the cheapest easiest to find thing for me, but i love all teas
Hehe, am I the only one who just has "normal" tea? I like mine quite strong and sweet, and I drink a LOT of it!
I get through obscene amounts of green tea. My favourites are either Twining's peach and cherry blossom or Tetley's honey flavour. They really do just give you a mood lift
Oh my!__ I most certainly do love a cup of afternoon tea myself, half a cup to be precise; Orange & cinnamon with a hint of nutmeg, cinnamon stick left to brew for a further three minutes!
Ahh... Just couldn't hit the spot better!
Most delightful I must say! It brings light to my eyes on those days when one is feeling down in the doldrums.
I say! Father once knocked the very same tea over my hand-stitched white frock, cracking_ only one of mother's finest chinas, she was terribly distraught to say the least but as it was an unintentional incident and certainly not an underhanded contrivance, it would be quite foolish of thee to dwell on it. As for myself, I was lucky as not to suffer ailment, even though it had doused most of my person.
Isn't it funny, if not quite extraordinary how common people have come to call their dinners "Tea"? Reason being though that the sensualists cannot help their gluttony, and just cannot wait for dinner time to loom before they indulge themselves in their contemptible gruel. As for tea time, that is at 8 O'clock, on the dot, as I am sure you very well know.
Aunt Eunice would ensconce my food was I even to consider, although I couldn't possibly do such a thing. I would still be famished from my lunchtime snack.
Oh good heavens, look at the time! I have been getting carried away with myself. Really, who would want to talk about common people anyway? They are quite positively grotesque and awfully bizarre in their acts. Need I say more.
Best of luck anyhow on your future endeavors. x
Marianna S. Hemingway-Moontine
PS: All statements are true must I add.
Last edited by Chew; 06-20-2012 at 02:49 PM.
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