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    seek out FLORIDA CRYSTALS. thats my favorite sugar. no bone-char processing (as with the ultra processed white sugar one usually comes across)...and it also doesnt make everything taste like a bunch of molasses like most raw sugars.

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    I wish we had a coffee thread. I do love tea though.
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    I wish we had a toffee thread. I do love tea though.

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    celestial seasonings 'sleepytime'

    ...and fruit blossom rooibos from my local tea house is brewing for autumn!

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    I'm not aware of any tea-stores near me, so I rely on organic grocery stores (which I have not explored much, because tea tends to be a bit expensive). But one of the most interesting teas I've had recently is Green Gunpowder Tea, which my friend's cousin picked up in Iraq a few years back. I noticed it unopened at his house and he let me have it because nobody in the house drinks tea, and it is a very unique taste. I haven't tried it sweetened yet but the plain taste is fantastic
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    what a terrific thread to revive!

    i have not had the ability to purchase teas as fancy as kusmi in such a long time. been drinking more herbal teas. the Breathe Easy by Traditional Medicinals.. it really helps with respiratory stuff and anxiety.. also been having the sleepytime with valerian lately.
    trader joes has a big box of english breakfast for $1.99 that has become my standard black tea, tho i recently got a rather tasty box of some kindof orange spice/constant comment type tea. the taste is very nostalgic...

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    The Kusmi teas made for very good, strong iced tea this summer, both hot- and cold-brew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nesey View Post
    seek out FLORIDA CRYSTALS.
    Aaahh I love that sugar. <3

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    just dug out an old box of taylor's christmas spiced tea that tastes a bit orange-y - my parents bought me it in 2010, and even though its past its expiry date it tastes alright still

    kind of gone off black tea, probably because nowhere stocks almond milk around here and its not very nice without

    edit: oh no! tried to stock up on some more- its been discontinued

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    I generally don't put milk in my tea anyway, but doesn't almond milk separate when you put it in hot liquids due to coagulation of the proteins? How do you avoid that?

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