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    12-06-2012, 06:47 PM
Teavanna, anyone a fan?

Loose tea? I get mine from Teavanna. I love it! I think im getting obsessed with it.... Infusing fresh tea from loose tea is pretty popular where I live! Any other tea fans out there? I don't drink coffee, but fruity teas are my favorite! Im drinking herbal pinapple/blueberry bliss right now :p
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    12-06-2012, 08:37 PM
Oooh I LOVE Teavana!(And just tea in general) Unfortunately I don't have the proper tools to brew loose tea so I usually go when they have a barista at the one near me and get a very large cup of Dragonheart White tea(my fave with some of their sugar). I usually drink Twinings tea. It's delicious! My favorite is the English Afternoon tea it has a slight fruity aftertaste and is just perfect either by itself or with a pinch of sugar.
    12-06-2012, 11:51 PM
I live on tea, which in a country which appears to be fuelled on coffee sometimes makes me look just plain awkward Assam, and English Breakfast are my teas of choice. I'm afraid though that I'm a bit of a purist/old fashioned and think that tea should have TEA leaves in it by definition.....anything made with raspberry/ginger/cinnamon/mint is not tea, it's a herbal infusion. Ooops... sorry, didn't mean to trigger off my tea rant there!

Originally Posted by Phantomcolt18    
Unfortunately I don't have the proper tools to brew loose tea.
But all you need is a kettle, a teapot, and a mug or cup?!
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