If you could only have one tea for the rest of your life, what would it be?

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Leeflea said

Hello NosarS,
I don’t know where you live and though here in MS we are having sleet and freezing rain, I’d get in my car and bring you some tea. I’ll check out the site you were kind enough to give me. I didn’t know if we were permitted to mention sites but now I’ll feel free to do so. Mainly, I buy my tea from The Tea Embassy in Austin, TX but have recently found a couple others which suit my meager pocket book. Again, nice to chat and will con’t sipping my framboise. Lee

Bonnie said

OF COURSE you can mention sites here on Steepster! This is where we SHARE information. ABSOLUTELY! I’ve been here a little over a year and we all do this. FEEL FREE!

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Sencha. It’s refreshing to drink no matter the time of day, and I love its grassy, bitter flavor, and color.

sencha is wonderful!

I just had to a cup of it after posting. So good! :D

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cuppaT said

Just a good sturdy black tea (and all the spices, sweeteners, dried fruits and flavored syrups I can amass).

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Alphakitty said

I’ve been thinking about this since the thread was first posted, and I’ve managed to narrow it down to 3—either an Earl Grey Cream, a particularly strong Assam, or a Bao Zhong/Pouchong. EGC for evening, Assam for the morning, BZ for afternoons.

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BoxerMama said

I’m loving Irish Breakfast at the moment. But, next week my answer would be totally different.

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Double Knit by Andrew and Dunham’s Damn Fine Tea. Good. Basic. Strong.

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