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    Thanks for the suggestions. I am going to try a jasmine green first. Then, maybe the spearmint green. My regular tea favorite is the orange pekoe from Ceylon.
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    I'm a former coffee drinker and man do I miss it, but it makes my bladder go nuts and decaf just isn't the same. I drink black and green tea every day. I've been making Yorkshire red and drinking it with milk, and while I'm waiting, I make myself some matcha tea. Yorkshire red is a blend and its really good with milk, but I also really like black tea from Yunnan. Also drink rooibos too on occasion.

    Yorkshire red, I got off of amazon. 30 bucks for 600 tea bags. Last a little under a year with me making 2 cups a day.

    Yunnan black tea and others. https://yunnansourcing.us/ Yunnan is very distinct. Also try some pu-erh tea, it looks like coffee, but its not universally liked for taste.

    All my green teas loose and matcha I get from http://www.yuuki-cha.com/ love, their different senchas, and hojicha is really good too.

    For rooibos and some herbal teas I do http://www.adagio.com/ their Yunnan jig is pretty good too.

    Id invest into a electric water heater. That way you don't have to wait for water to boil its ready for you on demand.

    You got some options when it comes to teas ! haha.

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