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Tea

9 August, 2012

I think i may have mentioned before that i like tea. Occasionally i fancy a cup of standard issue builders tea, but 90% of the time, i go for something a bit more refined. This is the selection i keep on my desk at work. GAW’s desk looks much the same.

Right, let’s get a brew on!

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14 Comments
  1. I am a coffee drinker myself. Wasn’t when I was younger but law school changed all that. 🙂

  2. I do like a good cup of strong builder’s tea. I tend to like the Assam teas best, nice and malty. But I still have to try the Jasmine Earl Grey.

    • I havent got JEG at work sadly but i do have jasmine green which is a nice one. actually i dont have assam on the desk either, must correct that

  3. I am a tea addict myself sir! Currently I am hooked on Vanilla Chai and only 2 cups in the morn cause its so hot.. but in the winter I break out my loose teas.. and the best is called “Coconut Puchong”… oh so good.. I definately recommend.

    • i LOVE vanilla anything and im partial to chai. I think i need to go shopping 🙂 my fave is Sencha Sakura, a japanese cherry tea. special occasions only that one! will look out for coconut puchong too

  4. I love my teas, especially Asian and Indian teas. I have a passion for exotic teas and wines. I really enjoyed your blog – keep up the good work. I will make sure to visit your page more often. Please visit http://www.mynutritioninsight.com for information and disease prevention and healthy food and drink recipes. Add me on Twitter – Mona Lisa

  5. TheOthers1 permalink

    I knew there was a reason I liked you so much. I love a cuppa tea!

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