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View Poll Results: Do you drink Tea sometimes mate?
Yes. Everyday, multiple times a day. 10 28.57%
Yes. Everyday, but only once a day. 5 14.29%
Yes, at least once a week. 1 2.86%
Yes. Randomly though, I dont include it in my daily routine. 13 37.14%
Rarely. 3 8.57%
Never. 3 8.57%
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Old 09-12-2013, 12:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Do you guys drink Tea sometimes?

Hello Guys. I have recently started to drink Tea in the mornings and in the evenings much more often. Usually I only drinked it about once a week or so, because I didnt think I like it so much. But recently I have found out about a new brand of tea that is very tasty and it says on the box that it is healthy as well.

And this leads me to think, do you guys drink Tea? And if yes.....how often? Like, once a week, everyday,.... Etc etc. So, I have created Poll so you can vote there as well.

Also Guys......What kind of Teas do you enjoy, in case you drink it? Personally I truly enjoy the Green tea.....Man, that taste, cant be compared to anythin else fo sure.

Well, what bout you all?
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Old 09-12-2013, 12:55 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I gave up drinking raspberry flavored tea after reading this:

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Have you ever wondered where artificial raspberry, vanilla or strawberry flavor comes from? These are the dried perineal glands of the beaver. They contain castoreum — a food additive usually listed as 'natural flavoring' in the ingredient list. Castoreum is the exudate from the castor sacs of the mature North American Beaver, it is a yellowish secretion in combination with the beaver's urine, used during scent marking of territory. In the USA, castoreum as a food additive is considered by the FDA to be generally recognized as safe, often referenced simply as a "natural flavoring" in products' lists of ingredients.



Read more at snopes.com: Castoreum
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Switched over from coffee to tea a few months ago. Supports my caffeine needs better. Doesn't give me the shakes or make me crash. Have to drink more tea to get the same dose but that also means I can more easily regulate my intake.
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yes but it's sweet tea
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Not much.

How do you guys make tea?

- Fill kettle with cold water
- Boil
- Fill mug with tea bag & half a tea spoon of sugar in with hot water
- Brew for a minute or so
- Stir, squeeze tea bag against the mug then remove
- Add a drop of whole milk, just a small drop, milky tea is shit

That's about it.
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I like green tea and black tea, no milk, no spice.

And I live near a place where good tea is made, so it's relatively cheap. And today I bought a bag of black tea with dry jasmine flowers (totally 250 g) for about 2.26 dollars. It can last for quite a few days. More than a month, I guess.
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nope


just lipton brisk ice tea in cans sometimes on hot days. so refreshing



not a tea guy. im american too
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just lipton brisk ice tea in cans sometimes on hot days. so refreshing
Ah that reminds me of twisted teas. Those are refreshing drinks lemme tell you.

I dont drink actual tea tho. Or coffee. H2O or bust.
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Ah that reminds me of twisted teas. Those are refreshing drinks lemme tell you.

I dont drink actual tea tho. Or coffee. H2O or bust.
love crackin a brisk when doin yardowrk or mowin the lawn in the summer


oh man good call on the twister teas. also the arnold palmers, half tea and half lemonade. 99 cents for a tall can hell yea doggy
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also the arnold palmers, half tea and half lemonade. 99 cents for a tall can hell yea doggy
Whaaat! You have arnold palmers for a dollar?! Theyre mad delicious but theyre fairly expensive compared to other drinks here (though Ive never seen cans, just glass bottles). Although we do have Arizonas. Those are a buck and pretty great too.
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