daughteroftheKing wrote:Auggy - It's been a couple years, but I used to enjoy a splash of Bailey's Irish Cream in a cup of black tea on a Saturday late afternoon. Yummy, but alcohol really isn't my thing so I don't do that anymore.
Salsero wrote:Sorry to be getting my pic in late, but last night the power went out and left me … well, powerless. It’s bad enough that the interwebz and alarm clocks don’t work without power, but hey this is Florida: without AC I was getting a little overheated. But the electric is back and now I’m chillin’
New harvest, Spring 2008 Alishan from high on the mountain and in my new Hagi Yaki yunomi (that means cup for those who don’t know.)
Serenity Now … it doesn’t get better than this!
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henley wrote:auggy wrote: Not that it is a big correlation with only three people, but it seems like there are a few true TEAtotalers on here!
Make that four people! Last time I drank was 15 yrs ago.
scruffmcgruff wrote:I like the Adagio RTDs. The black and oolong varieties were very enjoyable.
auggy wrote:On a side note, do many people spike their tea? Because really, I can't see the two going together well at all.
Pentox wrote:auggy wrote:On a side note, do many people spike their tea? Because really, I can't see the two going together well at all.
I haven't done it, but I could easily see a little bit of gin going well with a tea. The clean juniper feeling of the gin would probably make a nice tea a little fresher feeling.
Ron Gilmour wrote:I'm a very strange Southerner in that I really just don't like iced tea that much. Of the RTDs I've tried, I'd say HonestTea is the best, but it's not something I drink very often.