13-10-2016 12:06 PM
14-10-2016 08:48 PM
@Asche I love your reply so much!
I hadn't heard of tea having the same stimulating effect as coffee, but I guess it would have, depending on how much was consumed.
Earl Grey is amazing. I also really love Lady Grey, the Twinings variety, although I haven't tried any other Lady Grey. Will have to do that!
15-10-2016 11:37 AM
That sounds yummy @redhead
Twinings flavoured tea was on special today at the shops so I got some Ginger & Apple and some Chamomile & Spearmint Also tried rosehip tea while babysitting last night and I would not suggest it - it tastes like straight up leaves.
15-10-2016 04:43 PM
Thanks for the tip @DruidChild!
I'll definitely be avoiding rosehip tea. I do quite like Choc-Orange though!
17-10-2016 08:29 PM
@redhead I LOVE pomegranates my favourite tea for when I'm stressed is bubble tea from Chatime in particular iced pomegranate green tea with pearls (and sometimes also with rainbow jelly for when I need that extra sugar hit )
I'm one of those unlucky people who's intolerant to caffeine so I can't touch coffee so all I can drink is tea (not that I'm complaining) and all these suggestions of different falvours to try is a great help for someone like me who's tried so many already XD
20-10-2016 09:38 PM
@AusPsychs I have a friend who was trying not to have caffeine and she found a bunch of caffeine free teas. I tried one and it was really good, so there's definitely some out there you'd be able to have with no worries.
I just saw yesterday that T2 have a Perth Breakfast and an Aussie Breakfast flavoured tea. Since Breakfast teas are my favourite, this was a very exciting disocvery, haha