12 thoughts on “What To Do With Tea You Don’t Like

  1. Zomink says:

    HAHA. Reminds me of how I bring sweets and cookies that I don’t really care for and feed it to my post-class hungry boyfriend. Heh heh!

  2. charlotte sometimes says:

     your Earl Grey would find a loving, brewing home at mine. You can have the cherry cinnamon stuff I bought and didn’t like.

    (as you can see I’m a fan of the pot already)

    • Tze says:

      Haha, you bought it but also don’t want to throw it away despite not liking it? Feels like a waste, doesn’t it? ;)

  3. Moom says:

     I’m a notorious tea drinker, something around 3 liters a day. One of my Twinnings favorites is their combination taste Orange & Cinnamon.

    • Tze says:

      Tea is awesome! Back home-home I drank it all day, no water, just tea. Ever since moving I stopped having that much because plain fruit-flavoured black teas are difficult to come by… I’ll buy a batch of Twinings tea next time I visit NL or UK. Will keep that flavour in mind! It kind of sounds like Celestial Seasonings actually.:D

      • Moom says:

        No, it’s Twinnings. It’s a black tea infused with Orange & Cinnamon. If you want to try frirst, I can send you a sample.

  4. Patrick says:

    Won’t the smells contaminate the others? There are some strong smelling teas out there.

    • Tze says:

      I guess that will happen, but least all of the ones that went in were seperately wrapped. The strongest one so far was chai, but it was gone fast. :)

    • Tze says:

      It was quite nice, just plain good fruit-flavoured black tea. :) Yeah, Earl grey… ugh. I tried Lady Grey too, but it’s basically the same (just weaker).

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