aahhhhh! teeeaaa. Yes, it does fixe everything. I love green, english and irish teas but i didn't know if it was weird that, in addition to sugar, i use coffee creamer in my teas...does anyone else do that?
nothing beats a good sencha or earl grey. i have learned to apreciate lapsang souchong and i'm currently in a jasmine phase. i had some pretty good lotus tea as well but it's hard to find and i can enjoy hibeiscus, if only for it's fabulous colour. also lavender makes a great adition to earl grey from time to time, and black tea works well with lychee.
Tea is beautiful stuff. @@ I don't much like milk in it either. Though what I will do is put a little coffee creamer in a hot cup of tea--right now I'm using this chocolate flavor creamer? Just enough to flavor and not more.
Though this is black tea that I'm flavoring. Would love to taste some of the other kinds!
Oh honey is so good with it. If you use the coffee creamer, make sure that you use the powdered type. Those in liquid form don't really mix in that well (in my opinion). Just make sure the tea is hot when you try to mix the creamer in, too.
If I was sentenced to death, then my last meal would consist of a cuppa and a chocolate digestive. If I didn't get a cup of tea before being killed then I would be seriously pissed. But it would have to be good tea, not that milky crap that literally everyone in my family makes. And no sugar. Ever.
i insert myself into this no sugar bandwagon. not ever. honey only cases that recuire like chai. the only possible exeption is middle-eastern mint tea which is supposed to be mind numbingly sweet, and i prefer suger with mint cause i think honey overpowers the mint flavor too much. but mostly i drink my mint tea without sugar