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Old 02-26-08, 09:07 PM
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The Teabagging Thread!!!

Okay, so I like Djarleen tea the most right now because it is a good break from Earl Gray... but I am on the looking out for something new for the mornings.

What flavor works best for you when you are dunking the teabags?


although Earl Gray shakes are the best, they remind me of the leftover milk from a bowl of fruit loops.
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I'm green tea all the way. Sorry...I know it's boring. But if you get the real good stuff, it tastes like a mouth full of spring time.
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Earl Gray tastes like what the street sweeper sweeps up. Twigs and road gravel.
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Trader Joe's Blueberry Green Tea!
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Juvenille humor pwnz me.



Ahem, now that i've laughed heartily at the thread title...

I prefer green tea. Usually the plain stuff you can find at Mitsuwa. Hoever i do enjoy Mint Green Tea on occasion.
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I was wondering how long it would take for this thread to appear. Well done Phil!!!

I've also been waiting for the "Ho-bagging" thread...I can't believe it hasn't already appeared.
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Originally Posted by cjbruin
I was wondering how long it would take for this thread to appear. Well done Phil!!!
Thank you!, Thank you! Thank you!
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Half Jasmin / Half Oolong is the best combination I've ever had and has set the standard by which I judge all other teas.**

I was raised on tea, afterall (I'm Persian).

**Unfortunately, I've also spent some time in China buying directly from distributors/sellers along Beijing's "Tea Road." I can no longer be satisfied with most loose leaf teas here in the United States. Spending anything more than a month while on a cargo container makes the tea taste 'old' and now, sadly, I can tell the difference. Stained for life (no pun intended, but I'll take it).
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Originally Posted by prendrefeu
**Unfortunately, I've also spent some time in China buying directly from distributors/sellers along Beijing's "Tea Road." I can no longer be satisfied with most loose leaf teas here in the United States. Spending anything more than a month while on a cargo container makes the tea taste 'old' and now, sadly, I can tell the difference. Stained for life (no pun intended, but I'll take it).
Same here, 'cept it was in Japan, and oh boy, it is so much better fresh.

I'll pretty much down any sort of tea except that crap that they call "chai" down at Starbucks.
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I like my tea black.
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Originally Posted by cjbruin
I was wondering how long it would take for this thread to appear. Well done Phil!!!

I've also been waiting for the "Ho-bagging" thread...I can't believe it hasn't already appeared.
Is that a thread about "knowing" loose women, or talking about how loose, or not loose you are?
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Originally Posted by nekohime
Same here, 'cept it was in Japan, and oh boy, it is so much better fresh.

I'll pretty much down any sort of tea except that crap that they call "chai" down at Starbucks.
The "funny" thing that most people in the United States don't have knowledge of is that "chai" is the term for "tea" (in general) throughout most of Asia (basically from Persia/Iran through Bangladesh, the tea-heavy drinkers). The stuff they're ordering from Starbucks/CoffeBean/Whatever is actually "chai marsala" meaning, essentially, "Spiced Tea." It could be that Starbucks shortened the term because they assumed most people ordering from them wouldn't be able to pronounce 'marsala' without ******** it up. It's much easier to attempt a Euro-centric terminology than make an attempt at non-European language, apparently.

But then, how often do the people who depend on Starbucks for their drink terminology actually do some extensive (and thorough) international traveling? Not too much.
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Gulabi Barooti for me

My first job out of college was writing copy for a large tea and coffee distributor. They would make the tea right on the premises. So I like strong teas. I use to drink english or irish breakfast teas but after visiting England I saw our Traders version weren't strong enough. So now I'm into Armenian or middle eastern teas. My favorite one now is the Gulabi Barooti tea. I don't know what it means everything else on the label is in Armenian, Persian and Arabic. Puts hair on your chest!
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Nothing like a Dirty Sanchez teabagging you after a rusty trombone.
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Chrysanthemum tea at dim-sum/Chinese restaurants

Otherwise, it's Tropical Passion Tea Latte @ Coffee Bean
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More tea anyone? No? Then I suggest you return to your posts.
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I've also been waiting for the "Ho-bagging" thread...I can't believe it hasn't already appeared.
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