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#112742 - 11/14/03 05:36 PM Re: tea and cake
Loc: British Columbia, Canada
On a cold day to warm you up, on a hot day to cool you down, in the morning to wake you up, in the evening to help you sleep, on a bad day to help you survive and on a lazy holiday morning to enhance the joy of nothing you have to do.
I keep Earl Grey, English breakfast, Lapsang soochong and Wild strawberry black. Come on over I'll even make cookies.
#112743 - 11/18/03 10:03 AM Re: tea - an aside
Loc: New England, USA
For those who - like me - are forbidden caffeine:
I recommend Twinings English Breakfast Tea, decaffeinated.
When M.D. told me "No caffeine." I tried many many brands in search of a good cuppa and the Twinings is the only one that is the same taste as "real" tea. Black tea. With skim milk and Splenda in place of sugar, please. Thank you.
As for tisanes I like Blackberry tea and Orange Spice.
Have never been a fan of Earl Grey - it's the bergamot I don't fancy. And contrary to some opinions I am* a civilised person
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