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    Quote Originally Posted by moomies View Post
    I got some Xmas tea blends today.

    One is by Stash called White Christmas, it's got white tea, peppermint and ginger root.

    The other one is Gingerbread Spice by Celestial Seasonings.
    It's flavoured with cinnamon, ginger root, chicory root and barly malt.
    Just updating on my tea experience. I tried the gingerbread one and it was delish. Also when I made it in the tea pot, it filled the room with this really Xmasy cinnamon aroma, it was nice.

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    My friend bought me a can of Republic of Tea's Pomegranate Green Tea.

    It's excellent!

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    i like to drink Good Earth and peppermint tea.

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    I love my flavoured green tea's in Mint or vanilla. I recently got one that has lime and ginger in it and its beautiful. Also love the traditional turkish apple tea. I would Love to try thoes two chrismassy ones mentioned, they sounds so good.
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    Starbucks Passion Tea with Orange or Raspberry syrup is great. Thier Passion Tea Lemonade with either syrup is great too. At home, I like Tastefully Simples "Oh my Chai".

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    Pomegranate green tea sounds good. Also the White Christmas. My hubby loves the gingerbread spice tea. I like the way it smells, but it's a little too sweet for me.

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    i just got a great early christmas present - some lovely white tea... the kind i'm too cheap to buy for myself. mmm
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    I would like to find some banana tea... Don't know where I can though.

    I love Lipton tea, the regular one.

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    Green tea
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    All the herbal teas- homedried on my auntie's farm.
    Camomille,mint,peach,berries...all the cherry-pear-apple flowers/roots/stalks...anything off the herbs/plants they collect and dry
    I grew up on them..can't get off them.

    With honey and lemon, caffeine free(although I'll have an Earl Grey if I need a caffeine rush) I make a pot and drink all day..sometimes 3-4 pots if I get a cold.Although I do have coffees , too..espressos.
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