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Tea is in my tea.
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It depends on what kind of tea it is. I usually just put sugar in my tea if I'm in the mood for something sweet. If I'm sick, I'll put honey in green tea (great for sore throat, coughing, weight loss, etc). I could name others, but I'm too lazy to at the moment. XD
verb (used with object)
to make extremely, excessively, or completely dry, as heat, sun, and wind do.
to make dry, hot, or thirsty: Walking in the sun parched his throat.
to dry (peas, beans, grain, etc.) by exposure to heat without burning; to toast or roast slightly: A staple of the Indian diet was parched corn.
to dry or shrivel with cold. oh
on the packet and he is alot cheaper when in ur own can... i don't know how the can tastes though i just have the packet hehe
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I usually drink either Ginseng or green tea plain (how exciting am I?) more so for the warmth and aroma of a hot drink during cold weather than real flavor. My sweet tooth did lead me to Gyokuro green tea though, which is also delicious with a bit of milk.
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My tea contains the oxidised hopes and dreams of Hindus/Asians.
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I don't drink tea because I don't like living under monarchy of a queen.
Only tea I'll ever drink is Ayuahuasca!
i dont drink tea
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Cocai...... I ment sugar.... Lots and LOTS of sugar...
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I usually dont put anything in coffee or tea, but for some teas I might sweeten it slightly with honey (I try to use only local raw wildflower honey). I've been trying to phase out refined sugars altogether. Sometimes I might use a little stevia, its still natural and calorie free.
I don't like tea.
A little bit of honey if I'm feeling under the weather. Never sugar. I used to always take my tea with sugar, but now I can't tolerate the sweetness. Maybe it's a sign that I'm getting old.
I've tried tea with milk/cream before, but it never did anything for me (except fight off osteoporosis).
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