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Three Cup of Perfect Teas for Morning, Noon, and Night

by janet11 » Sep 12th, '17, 04:53

Just try to use the right teas to improve your day, morning, noon, and night.
How to choose the right tea to eliminate the fatigue of the day?
what about your experiences ?

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Re: Three Cup of Perfect Teas for Morning, Noon, and Night

by LAC » Sep 12th, '17, 09:53

janet11 wrote: Just try to use the right teas to improve your day, morning, noon, and night.
How to choose the right tea to eliminate the fatigue of the day?
what about your experiences ?
Hello Janet
Lately in the morning if I get up
with fatigue I take a Puher, give me energy
I notice with more vitality.

Do not just drink after noon, check one day
and at night I could not fall asleep.

In winter I usually take Kukitcha.
and at night verify no alteration,
has less teina or nothing, I see a lot
depuration in the morning.
My friends take to decrease their obesity.

I live in an area where herbs (infusions): thyme, sage,
camomile, rosemary, ... I have them within reach of my hand
I usually combine when colds come in winter.

I suppose there will be companions with more experience
that I in question of relation season of the year convenient
for each tee, but that will also come by preferences.

It is my humble opinion.

regards

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Re: Three Cup of Perfect Teas for Morning, Noon, and Night

by LAC » Sep 12th, '17, 10:22

LAC wrote:
janet11 wrote: Just try to use the right teas to improve your day, morning, noon, and night.
How to choose the right tea to eliminate the fatigue of the day?
what about your experiences ?
Hello Janet
Lately in the morning if I get up
with fatigue I take a Puher, give me energy
I notice with more vitality.

Do not just drink after noon, check one day
and at night I could not fall asleep.

In winter I usually take Kukitcha.
and at night verify no alteration,
has less teina or nothing, I see a lot
depuration in the morning.
My friends take to decrease their obesity.

I live in an area where herbs (infusions): thyme, sage,
camomile, rosemary, ... I have them within reach of my hand
I usually combine when colds come in winter.

I suppose there will be companions with more experience
that I in question of relation season of the year convenient
for each tee, but that will also come by preferences.

It is my humble opinion.

regards
comment that often and
in the morning I add ginseng
to te Kukitcha to balance the organism.

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Re: Three Cup of Perfect Teas for Morning, Noon, and Night

by brlarson » Sep 12th, '17, 11:25

janet11 wrote: Just try to use the right teas to improve your day, morning, noon, and night.
How to choose the right tea to eliminate the fatigue of the day?
what about your experiences ?
My tea habits have changed over the last four or five years.

Most mornings I enjoy sencha, but in late autumn and winter I switch to matcha.

Typical afternoons will also find sencha in my cup, but for an occasional treat or if guests are visiting gyokuro (or temomicha!) may be on the menu.

Evening tea is always an infusion, unless I have guests when I may share phoenix mountain dancong.

I used to drink yancha every morning but Japanese greens now have mostly taken over my tea days.

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Re: Three Cup of Perfect Teas for Morning, Noon, and Night

by janet11 » Sep 13th, '17, 21:01

LAC wrote:
janet11 wrote: Just try to use the right teas to improve your day, morning, noon, and night.
How to choose the right tea to eliminate the fatigue of the day?
what about your experiences ?
Hello Janet
Lately in the morning if I get up
with fatigue I take a Puher, give me energy
I notice with more vitality.

Do not just drink after noon, check one day
and at night I could not fall asleep.

In winter I usually take Kukitcha.
and at night verify no alteration,
has less teina or nothing, I see a lot
depuration in the morning.
My friends take to decrease their obesity.

I live in an area where herbs (infusions): thyme, sage,
camomile, rosemary, ... I have them within reach of my hand
I usually combine when colds come in winter.

I suppose there will be companions with more experience
that I in question of relation season of the year convenient
for each tee, but that will also come by preferences.

It is my humble opinion.

regards
Nice of you to share your experience with us here.
I am really want to see more and more tea loves just like you.
I can know more about you from your words.
That an amzing communition progress.
In the morning, I always need a nergizing drink,
Yunnan dian hong golden buds black tea will be my choice.
I don't know if you have try more Chinese teas?
At night, Jasmine tea is my favorite, a kind of calming drink for me to eliminate the tried.
Have a nice day.

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Re: Three Cup of Perfect Teas for Morning, Noon, and Night

by janet11 » Sep 13th, '17, 21:06

brlarson wrote:
janet11 wrote: Just try to use the right teas to improve your day, morning, noon, and night.
How to choose the right tea to eliminate the fatigue of the day?
what about your experiences ?
My tea habits have changed over the last four or five years.

Most mornings I enjoy sencha, but in late autumn and winter I switch to matcha.

Typical afternoons will also find sencha in my cup, but for an occasional treat or if guests are visiting gyokuro (or temomicha!) may be on the menu.

Evening tea is always an infusion, unless I have guests when I may share phoenix mountain dancong.

I used to drink yancha every morning but Japanese greens now have mostly taken over my tea days.

I know littele about Hapanese teas and want to try.
Different kinds of tea attract me .
You're right, the season changes will also influence the choice of tea types.
For me, Green tea is summer, Oolong and white tea is autumn and spring. Black tea will be winter. Just define it according to colors :lol:
I know your tea story and thanks you.

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Re: Three Cup of Perfect Teas for Morning, Noon, and Night

by GabrielaGreen » Sep 19th, '17, 08:06

When I am really sleepy in the morning, I drink matcha. Otherwise a cup of green tea will be enough to wake me up and kick-start my day.
I might have a second cup of green tea or even a third during the day, depending on how I feel.

In the afternoon and evening I switch to herbal teas.
I usually drink ginger or mint tea after lunch as they are great for digestion.

In the evenings I drink calming herbal teas like chamomile, jasmine(not green tea), lavender

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