Rhannan

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Yea, unique mixes are great. Have you ever tries pine needles?

Snowy, I don't live in a country where you can have great varieties of tea... :(

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7 minutes ago, Styxan said:

Yea, unique mixes are great. Have you ever tries pine needles?

Snowy, I don't live in a country where you can have great varieties of tea... :(

I haven't gotten to try pine needle tea, but it is something I hope to do someday. I'm a major tea fan, and have found it can be a great way to explore the world and its many cultures. 

I'm sorry to hear that you do not have a great selection in your country.  I often have to special order my brand as well, as it is more native to England than America. 

First World Tea Problems, I suppose. :P 

-Snowy 

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I'm a fan of blending good quality Green Tea and Earl Gray together. It has a unique flavor that I find very enjoyable, hot or cold. 

If sweetened, I recommend honey and a touch of ginseng for an additional kick.

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