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Is there a comfier tea than Rooibos vanilla?
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Is there a comfier tea than Rooibos vanilla?
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>>7267718
Yes
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>>7267720
I don't mean to question your choice but
>spicy
>comfy
wut
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>>7267725
Trust me. It's like the coziest thing ever. it's not like it's drinking peppers or something. It just has a nice pleasant little tingle to it almost like a citrus tingle, without the citrus. It's a perfect cold weather tea.
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comfy. just realised they have vanilla and cardamom versions too
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Where's a good website to buy loose tea?
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>>7267732
Gotta try this one but I'm not sure how common they are in euro
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Chamomile is the Vulcans' choice
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>>7267741
gotta be this or Fennel for maxcomf
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>>7267720
all of that brand's teas are good but they add stevia too
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Too comfy
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>caffeine free

What is the point?
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>>7267718
Just alternating sencha and peppermint.
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Rooibos without the vanilla.

>>7268080
Don't you have a vegan thread to flamebait or something?
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yes jasmine green how is that even a question
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>>7267718
Every tea is comfier because rooibos isn't actually tea.
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>>7268191
>The leaves are used to make an herbal tea called rooibos or bush tea (especially in Southern Africa) or sometimes redbush tea (especially in Great Britain). The product has been popular in Southern Africa for generations and is now consumed in many countries. It is sometimes spelled rooibosch in accordance with the old Dutch etymology.
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>>7268200
>herbal tea
They aren't actually tea, hence the herbal part.
To be tea it needs to have Camellia sinensis
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>>7268217
>tea isn't tea
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>>7268279
>Tea is an aromatic beverage commonly prepared by pouring hot or boiling water over cured leaves of the Camellia sinensis, an evergreen shrub native to Asia.[3]
>Herbal tea, or tisane (UK /tJˈzɑːn/), US /tJˈzæn/, is any beverage made from the infusion or decoction of herbs, spices, or other plant material in hot water, and usually does not contain caffeine.[1] These drinks are distinguished from true teas (black, green, white, yellow, oolong, etc., which are prepared from the cured leaves of the tea plant, Camellia sinensis), as well as from decaffeinated tea, in which the caffeine has been removed.
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>>7268296
This is a thread about tea, not true tea.
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>>7268301
>this is a thread about tea, not tea
Fuck off.
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>>7268305
Don't you have a JRPG vs WRPG thread to shitpost in?
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>>7268217
Don't be an autistic cunt about nothing.

>>7267718
Hibiscus does the trick for me. I have yet to try out extra flavored (herbal) teas.
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>>7267718
Yes.

The comfiest tea is Yorkshire tea with milk. Full milk, none of that skim shit.
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>>7268074
haha yes! i love that fucking bear, and i love that tea! best shit.
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>>7267730
I agree, but I have a huge nostalgia for orange cinnamon tea that my mom made.
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ITT: Crush Tear Cut and Commercial Tea Plebs

Go Find a tea leaf that's as loose as your mothers
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>>7268185
>Anonymous
I love it
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>>7267718
>Is there a comfier infused beverage than Rooibos vanilla?
Fixed that for you. And, yes there is, it's plain rooibos. I think vanilla ruins it. I've never had a tea or tisane that was improved by vanilla.
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>>7268788
Yeah, the discussion of tea here is so low I don't know how to join it.

I'd recommend everyone get a really simple green tea with no flavoring and get a feel for what tea itself tastes like, and how it changes with variations to temperature, water volume, steeping time, and re-steepings.
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>Not plain black tea brewed from a bag. Milk and sugar optional.

Everyone who isn't British suck at tea.
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>>7270181
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>>7268074
I once mixed Sleepytime Extra with black peppermint tea for my work thermos drink. Little did I know that the black tea was decaf, that was a fun day.
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>>7268074
Shieet, nigga look comfy af
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>>7270181
>teabags

British people, ladies and gentlemen.
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Rooibos tastes like vomit, so I guess adding vanilla won't help much.
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>>7270682
you fuckin madman
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>>7268074
From the flavor to the packaging, as comfy as comfy can get. I drank a lot of that tea when I visit home, mum keeps it stocked for me when I'm there.
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>>7267718
rooibos blood orange
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What teas do what? Sage is good for your brain, some make you fall asleep, obviously most are caffeinated.

>>7268328
what's a good brand for hibiscus?
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>>7267735
Upton Tea or What-Cha
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>>7267718
>supporting the South African economy
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>>7270155
>being a tea hipster
I've just realized that people can have a superiority complex over absolutely anything. Toilet paper is next.
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>>7272783
>what's a good brand for hibiscus?

One of my local tea shops sells hibiscus from teegschwendner. So if you live in Germany you could order from them.
Otherwise Canton Tea Co would probably a good choice, but I didn't buy hibiscus from them yet.
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>>7273499
So are you a one ply man, is that what this is about?
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>>7273784
One ply black TP in square rolls master race
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>>7268074

This is a blatant fire-hazard
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>>7267718
What is roobios tea?
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>>7268217

Tea is considered universally as a fusion between water and dried plant matter, mainly because of all the herbal infusions in the market. Saying "rooibos tea" is easier than having to say "herbal tisane rooibos".

When people think of tea they generally think about the actual beverage than the plant itself, especially in the western world.
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Galil Relax Tea
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