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    Quote Originally Posted by SirCoffeecup View Post
    Aww yeah. Another Earl Grey drinker.
    It is by far my fave tea. Suits every situation. Isn't too dank for bright days nor too fruity/fresh on badder days.
    What a balanced little bugger that blend is.
    *clink*

    That was our cups, touching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vae View Post
    American speaking here:
    I brew my tea with a coffee pot.
    I have a friend who puts tea in a coffee maker and makes it like coffee.
    It is one of the weirder ways I've seen people make tea, but who am I to argue since it works well enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vae View Post
    American speaking here:
    I brew my tea with a coffee pot.
    Also American:
    I have a kettle. I have 2 kettles, actually.

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    I love Earl Grey and Lady Grey tea

    But I'm a freak who likes milk in both.
    "Disciple of the cross and champion in the suffering, immerse yourself into the kingdom of redemption. Harden your mind through the chains of the divine; Make way for the shepherd of fire"

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    Strawberru miruku tea!

    Yey!

    Bonus point if you manage to read that along with a random pink japanese moe girly commercial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirCoffeecup View Post
    I have a friend who puts tea in a coffee maker and makes it like coffee.
    It is one of the weirder ways I've seen people make tea, but who am I to argue since it works well enough.
    I've done that to brew iced tea, because you need to make it strong in large increments,
    but I usually just heat up the water through the coffee pot and then pour it into a cup with my teabag.

    It's less about using it the way you do to make coffee, and more as just a water heater.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fawna
    It blew my mind when I learned Americans don't have kettles in their houses to brew tea. I once asked an American guy, "So what do you make tea with?" and he said, "Nothing, we don't drink that shit."
    Ah, that's baloney. Plenty of us drink tea.
    I drink both tea and coffee, but I have to admit I usually just like them without any adornments. I'm a big fan of the Twinings Irish Breakfast Tea (and Earl Grey, yes), maybe sometimes with a bit of milk but nothing more. Coffee I pretty much always drink black, and I'm not real picky about where it comes from. I acknowledge that freshly ground whole bean coffee that's roasted and not burnt tastes better than day-old Folgers, but I'll drink them both without complaint. There's a place nearby to my apartment building called Phoenix Coffee that sells a bunch of international coffees and their own brand called Blue Moon, and those are all good.

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    Mint tea is amazing when you are congested.

    I have been slightly spoiled by winning a Keurig at a Christmas raffle
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    I don't drink tea too often, though I have a friend who has a Teavana tea maker. Whatever tea he was drinking at the time I saw him use it looked really, really good.

    ...I should drink tea more.

 

 

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