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Tea Favorites

Posted by terrepruitt on March 17, 2017

Ahh, these are two teas that I love.  I have been drinking more tea than coffee lately.  I am not a morning person so on days I teach Nia I usually just get up in time enough to play with the cats for a bit, figure out what I am teaching in Nia (if I haven’t done it the night before), and get ready and go.  I don’t get up early enough to sit have breakfast and a cup of coffee.  Since on most days I either teach yoga or stretch right after Nia, I don’t get home until after noon.  And if I have errands to run it is even later in the day.  For me drinking coffee that late is just not good – it doesn’t allow me to get to bed in the same day that I got up.  So I drink decaffeinated tea.  There are two of my favorites.  I cannot say whether they actually help with my immune system or stress, but I like them.  Although, my dad had a lot of tea so recently I have actually been drinking some of the ones he had.  One is a Chai, which has caffeine.  And the other is Ginger, which is decaffeinated, and rather nice.  These are still two of my favs.

Tea for my Friday Photo.  Do you have a favorite tea?  What is it?

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6 Responses to “Tea Favorites”

  1. liv said

    I switched to tea recently…I’ve been drinking a lazy version of a “London fog” – earl grey tea with warmed milk and a bit of vanilla.

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    • So is a London Fog a specific type of tea drink? What is the “non-lazy” way? I guess you could say I’ve been drinking the lazy Tai Chai Latte. Instead of the recipe on here – doing it in a pot – I just steep a tea bag in my mug then sprinkle the spices in – no measuring – then add a little milk. 🙂

      I love coffee, but I really do feel I sleep better when I don’t have it. I do drink caffeinated tea when I feel it is early enough. 🙂


      • liv said

        A London fog is earl grey with warmed milk and vanilla syrup (or vanilla extract and sweetener). Lazy = warming the milk in the microwave vs the way a cafe would steam the milk. We have a milk steamer at work, I just haven’t learned to use it yet. 🙂


        • Ha. I have never heard of it. I don’t even know if I like earl grey. Yeah, the Chai Tea Latte I make is the “lazy” way too. I don’t do it separate in a pot, I just do it all in the mug. And it taste different everyday because I don’t measure the spices.


  2. Roxana Mendoza said

    i’m a tea addict, i have a tea for everything! 1 tea for this 1 tea for that ! hehe

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