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Thread: Your favorite Java and/or Tea?

  1. #11
    Steven, thanks for the site - I'll definitely check it out!

    Til then, I can personally vouch for lilsis' coffee from their shop - outstanding!!!!

    Chris - !! Never would have figured you for a Yogi tea person - you brought me back to my hippie days!

  2. #12
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    Does anyone happen to have the recipe for "Orange Tea"? I think it has Tang and other stuff in it.

  3. #13
    Here it is, Martha -


    1 cup instant tea (If preferred, 1) cup)
    2 cups Tang
    1 tsp. cinnamon
    1 tsp. cloves
    1 pkg. Wylers lemonade mix
    1 1/2 cups sugar (or less)

    Mix all together and keep in tightly covered jar. Use approximately two heaping teaspoons for one cup of tea.

  4. #14
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    Madison,Wisconsin, USA
    Chai drink:
    Carton of chai
    Equal amount of soy milk or 2% milk
    Mix and keep in refridgerator
    serve over ice or steam it up to 140 degrees
    Sprinkle a little shaved chocolate on top.

  5. #15
    Hey Pat, the best coffee I have ever had is the Black Cat from Intelligentsia in Chicago.
    Check 'em out on the big bad internet

  6. #16
    Originally posted by Chris Chappell:

    Green "Yogi" Tea with honey or some days good 'ol Lipton.

    And sometimes Celestial Seasonings "Sleepy Time" at night.
    i love yogi teas and ginger are my current favorites.
    they really have great flavor and aroma.
    prior to yogi teas i always drank celestial seasonings lemon, orange or spearmint tea.

  7. #17
    I keep boxes of backstock in Celestial Seasonings Tension Tamer tea.

    It was a sad day when they quite making Tension Tamer Extra.

    "I guess pain is a great motivator."- Yanni

  8. #18
    I love coffee, but everytime I drink coffee I seem to get a uti for some reason, so I stick to peppermint herbal tea.

  9. #19
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    I can't resist, especially since I started working there last week. My personal drink is a double-tall-nonfat-latte-extrafoamy.

    These people are serious about coffee. In my training(corporate indoctrination!), I got to watch videos about their practices for choosing the best beans in the world, setting growing standards, discerning the perfect roasting time/temperature, blah blah.

    We spent an hour tasting various blends, the same way you taste wine. Smell it, slurp it, etc! I decided I like Sumatra the best.

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