17 thoughts on “Here’s A Very, Very Yummy Tea I Discovered

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  3. Moom says:

    Mmm, Cuarenta y Tres, I love the flowery and vanilla taste of this drink, although I prefer it pure. I think I would like that tea (and the stew) also.

    • Tze says:

      Thanks, I was too lazy to look up the spelling of the name. XD I’ve had it pure on ice too, it’s so smooth… yet a bit dry I think.
      I’m starting to think my blog makes people eat more. Not a good thing. o_O

      • Moom says:

        Rest assured, I don’t eat more than I did before. My method is to eat things that are pure and well prepared, and stay a bit clear from the stuff that has been excessively factory processed.
        After some old fashioned internet sleuthing (it took me a while), I’ve found some of your earlier comics, I like these as well.

        • Tze says:

          Ugh! I think my earlier comics were a lot funnier, but terribly drawn…
          You made me Google myself now… and the things Google came up with… oh boy. Inspiration for a few more comics.

    • Tze says:

      I wasn’t sure if I should use it or not since it was the only panel in the entire comic. :) Glad someone liked it!

    • Tze says:

      I wasn’t sure if I should use it or not since it was the only panel in the entire comic. :) Glad someone liked it!

  4. charlotte sometimes says:

    And I just sentenced myself to a 4 week nettle tea treatment. I am clearly doing something wrong…

    • Tze says:

      Nettle tea isn’t bad! 4 weeks is a long time though…your digestive track will be super clean after that, I bet. XD

      • charlotte sometimes says:

        It’s ok. I drink it unsweetened and it’s got some lemongrass i the mix. It says 4 weeks on the pack so that’s what I’m aiming for. May be advisable though not to talk about my digestive track in public ^_^

    • Tze says:

      Surprisingly enough it wasn’t that sweet! Just very light and fruity, like watered down sirup from a preserved fruit can. XD I guess the bitterness of the green tea helps to balance it out.

    • Tze says:

      I think it’s just named after the streets it’s on, Schopenhauerstrasse. ;) The place itself is very cozy with super friendly staff.

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