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    ^ There are many types of green tea at varying prices...
    Do you have a certain type in mind?

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    Is it alcoholic?

    What colour is it?

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    They should put food dye into it to make it a more stunning green
    I miss the colours they used put in kids sweets, the bubble gum in the machines had radio active hues, but a very strong stink !

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    Eight Horses Tea, green and better than drinking
    water.

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    Why is your colon all swelled up ?



    Quote Originally Posted by Michealleo View Post
    well i drink a green tea just for controling inflammation in my colon . Because i've got some health issues and i think it works fine for me . Beause green tea also has a anti-inflammation nutritional values . does someone has every tried chamomile tea ?

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    Asda decaff green t delicious 1 cup every night at 7.30pm keeps everything ticketyboo

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    I'm caffeine sensitive so I can't drink green tea. On the odd occasion I have one and it's ok, but others give me a slight caffeine kick and then I feel quite irritable the next day. It varies from brand to brand.

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    sencha is reg japanese and a safe bit
    matcha is an acquired taste
    chinese greens are ok but not as good as the japanese
    tea is good but not a miracle cure
    you want something relaxing with no caffine id recommend pu-erh
    oolong you cant go wrong with either
    oersonal favorite outside typhoo or pg is lapsang souchong but difficult to get here
    white tea is expensive and supposedly healthy but a bit light for my tastes
    we won it at wemberlee
    we on it in gay paree...

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    ^ What kind do you advise?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by reinvented
    oolong you cant go wrong with either
    That's my favourite

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    Oolong has plenty of cafeine. If you drink too much it numbs your face!
    I like the oolong#12 grown up in northern thailand. You can buy it in Chinatown bkk, or inthe tea shops in Doi Mae Salong.
    It's a good experience to go up there and get an education about Chinese tea. Most westerners dont know much about Chinese tea culture which is equal in sophistication to western wine appreciation.

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    I dont like the taste of green tea, i prefer white tea, it has all the qualities of the green. its very refreshing hot or cold.

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    I'm the same. I drink a herbal white tea that my wife brings me from Thailand.

    She seems to think that it will make me live to 200 years old.

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    ^
    The Pensions Dept. won't be happy about that

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    Well I like the following teas which are good in taste . The names of that are as follows

    Asda decaff green
    herbal white tea

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigelandjan View Post
    Asda decaff green t delicious 1 cup every night at 7.30pm keeps everything ticketyboo
    ticketyboo ??? what is.

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    It's a British expression for "hunky dory".

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    LD try Tick Tock redbush ( rooibos ) organic green tea ,, this is one of the nicest tea's I have come across and ITS NATURALLY CAFFEINE FREE

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    Has anyone tried Mulberry tea and what was your verdict ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thetyim
    Has anyone tried Mulberry tea and what was your verdict ?
    Tasted like hot water, same as all the other fruit 'teas'.

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    i bought genmaicha (made in japan) at tesco...
    its green tea, with some grains/corn in it...

    it tastes so bad, that it made me almost vomit...
    its really awful (imo)...

    (thats half of the genmaicha story, for the rest im too traumatized)

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