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_luaineach From: _luaineach Date: August 21st, 2005 06:42 pm (UTC) (LINK TO SPECIFIC ENTRY)
seeking out caffeine-free teas that I actually like

As a side note, once at a dinner party I served Bigelow Chamomile Mango tea (iced) and it went like *wild*. I ended up having to make 24 quarts of it throughout the evening and got asked the name of it by everyone, including people who made a point of saying "I don't usually like tea". It's very very good -- tasting, to me, not much like chamomile *nor* mango, but something just very good. You might want to check that out; it's caffeine-free.
cbertsch From: cbertsch Date: August 21st, 2005 11:08 pm (UTC) (LINK TO SPECIFIC ENTRY)
I'll have to try that Bigelow. That's a lot of tea you guys are drinking: I'm impressed. The nice thing about roibos is that it goes so well with milk, which I favor.
_luaineach From: _luaineach Date: August 21st, 2005 11:25 pm (UTC) (LINK TO SPECIFIC ENTRY)
That's a lot of tea you guys are drinking:

Jet and I are mad crazy iced-tea fools. It will go down pretty dramatically once it's not so hot out -- and we're not as obsessed about hydration -- but then we'll pick up the pace of hot tea considerably. Jim, however, doesn't drink any tea at all. Bah to him!

It's the natural drink of choice in our house because a) I don't like sweet things very much at all and b) Jet is limited in the amount of Sweet Things (including fructose) he is allowed to have. That leaves tea or water, pretty much.

I'll be curious as to your opinion of the Chamomile Mango, as I was completely surprised that it went over so well; I never went through so many tea bags in one day in my life. I've never had it hot yet, so I cannot vouch for it's taste at that temperature (or with milk!).
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