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When I drink tea it's Sweet and Spicy brand. It's both sweet and spicy without sugar. I add milk and it's delicious. I drink the decaf choice.

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@diku Have you tried Harney's New England blend with a slight maple taste?  It is VERY VERY good!  

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I like herbal teas, green teas ,certain brands, but every black tea i have tried ,i just hate.

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@just bee I just recommended this to someone else--so I looked it up at Harney:

 

An American homage to the classic Breakfast Tea, our New England Breakfast begins with a base of strong, bright-tasting black tea. Next, we infuse it with rich maple, creating a distinctly New England brew that’s creamy and warm on the palate but still full of spirit. Enjoy hot as a classic morning-time tea, or try iced as a refreshing dessert accompaniment.

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@Sooner wrote:

@just bee I just recommended this to someone else--so I looked it up at Harney:

 

An American homage to the classic Breakfast Tea, our New England Breakfast begins with a base of strong, bright-tasting black tea. Next, we infuse it with rich maple, creating a distinctly New England brew that’s creamy and warm on the palate but still full of spirit. Enjoy hot as a classic morning-time tea, or try iced as a refreshing dessert accompaniment.


@Sooner 

 

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I had my eye on Gingerbread Festival, too.

 

Sweet, spicy, and full of holiday flavors, our Gingerbread Festival tea summons up the familiar tastes of old-fashioned gingerbread. We begin with a base of mild yet full-bodied black tea, then swirl in pieces of ginger root, cinnamon, and a touch of molasses flavor. A final layer of sweet vanilla flavor and spiced cloves finishes the brew for an easy-to-drink cup that sparkles with richness.

 

Ingredients:

Black tea, ginger root, cinnamon, molasses flavor, vanilla flavor, cloves. 

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My fave is Bigelow Lemon Lift, cones in regular and in decaf. 

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I'm so lame!   Firstly, I can only drink a hot beverage when the weather is cold but when I do have my tea it's just Lipton Decaf.    My husband once bought me the Decaf Lipton GREEN tea by mistake and that tasted like grass.   Fortunately, we found a good home for the rest of the box.  Smiley Happy

 

Just the regular Lipton Decaf is fine for me.

 

Back in the day I used to love that English Breakfast Tea.  I don't even recall, at this point, what it tasted like but I do remember that I liked it very, very much.

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@Shelbelle wrote:

My fave is Bigelow Lemon Lift, cones in regular and in decaf. 


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Lemon Lift is a dependable tea.  I drank a lot of it in high school and college and had some last year and it was still pretty tasty.

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Loose black teas like Assams and Yunnan. I buy from Harney and Upton Tea. 

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I prefer green tea and have recently been drinking Cherry Sencha by Arbor Teas (organic teas, delivered as sustainably as possible -- company is in Ann Arbor, MI).