Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by walker, 1 Nov 2007.
I've been drinking green tea for over a year now and just realised I don't actually like it
It's revolting. I drink peppermint tea when I'm trying to cut down my caffeine intake. Much nicer.
You can actually buy green tea with peppermint which my wife drinks quite a lot.
Redbush tea is a good alternative - there's no caffeine or tannin in it, but it's strangely addictive.
Kirstie, your a minger, that stuffs 10 times worse
My colleague drinks spearmint / nettle tea.
It looks, smells and tastes of piss.
The dirty, dirty bastards.
Cinnamon infusion if you want anything like that. Bit of milk, and you're all set. Camomile for sleep.
Keep away from the rest of them as they ming.
I like green tea.... in moderation. Yay, let's big it up for green tea...
It takes one to know one Walker
Redbush, or redbush and vanilla - sooooooooooooooo good, but nothing beats a cup of real tea though
touche my dear Kirstie
'Green tea is the taste equivalent of stale dog piss, dripped on to a used sanitary towel. Slightly warmed up on a hotplate'
(from 'Holy Moly')
What about that Earl Grey muck? It's like drinking aftershave, I cannot believe anyone drinks it for any other reason than because they are unredeemable snobs.
I knew a guy who spent his entire working life as a tea-taster and he reckons the stuff that goes into it is low quality crap.
this is the one you should drink it's boootiful!
Lapsongsouchong (?) has got to be the worst!.
It's like drinking tar - not that I've tried.
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