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Those who drink tea regularly have healthier brains, research shows

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I like Japanese Green Tea.  Sometimes Korean Green Tea, but China Black just makes me think of the Chinese that come here.  

 

I'll stick to the green.

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Well, I'm TT. When drinking strong tea I do use milk and just a little sugar. However I do enjoy Earl Grey and the various fruit teas without milk and sugar. However, I am a tea bag user but there is a good reason for this...but that's another story and I wouldn't want to spoil it for those who might think I'm a philistine, ha!

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Tea reminds me of Workmen in Flat Caps, avoiding going back to work..!.


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7 hours ago, worgeordie said:

Is Chinese better than Yorkshire ?

regards worgeordie

No bloody way.

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2 hours ago, 4675636b596f75 said:

Who in their right mind put milk in tea?

Yep, milk and honey and ginger with black tea, possibly orange pekoe from Sri Lanka, but i never claimed it has benefits on my brain.

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Just now, mauGR1 said:

Yep, milk and honey and ginger with black tea, possibly orange pekoe from Sri Lanka, but i never claimed it has benefits on my brain.

An african woman got me in the habit of putting a bay leaf in my tea.  Milk, I can do without.  

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2 minutes ago, 4675636b596f75 said:

An african woman got me in the habit of putting a bay leaf in my tea.  Milk, I can do without.  

Ughh, bay leaf in the tea.. i like it with boiled chestnuts 🙂

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6 minutes ago, 4675636b596f75 said:

An african woman got me in the habit of putting a bay leaf in my tea.  Milk, I can do without.  

I thought Bayleaf was the gardener from The Herbs?

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