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Tea or Coffee? What is your choice? Why? Brands?


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tea - Ahmed english breakfast tea, little milk, 1/2 teaspoon sugar. Why : price, taste not over strong but rich favour, value for money.

coffee - Moccona select, white with 1 sugar. Why : taste is reasonable for the price.

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Black coffee without sugar, 15 cups a day.

The same, but with a hint of honey.
I buy in Chiang mai by 5 kilos every 2 months. Arabica of course
And if friend Fang knows a good address I would like to take 10 kilos passing by his nice city.
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Le café noir sans sucre, 15 tasses par jour.

Le même, mais avec un soupçon de miel.
Je achète à Chiang Mai par 5 kilos tous les 2 mois. Arabica de cours
Et si un ami Fang connaît une bonne adresse, je voudrais prendre 10 kilos en passant par sa belle ville.
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The same, but with a spoon of ''Honey''..

I buy in ''Chang Mai'' 5 kilos and it lasts 2 months.., and its Arabic.

and if a ''Farang' knows a good supplier i would buy 10 kilos.. and ''Chang Mai'' is a beautiful town.....

Translation over..

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LOS - coffee - too many options.

being a taff i should like a cup of char YUK.

2AM every day a cup of duang dee black plus 3cologran low cal.sweetners.

met a coffee bean importer yr.2000 and he gave me some of the best coffee in the WORLD PEABERRY.

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LOS - coffee - too many options.

That is the best coffee. Although I prefer the strong version of Duang Dee. Even now take some over to UK when I go as can't seem to find decent coffee there.

Yorkshire tea bags when I can get them or decent loose leaf Assam. I drink heaps of tea. 2 coffees a day is my max.

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Tea! I go way overboard about tea, even write a blog about it, and drink lots.

Ordinarily that's my cue to add a link to that blog to get people to read more about it but given everyone is just on coffee I'll skip that part.

As for which types, my favorite is Wuyi Yancha, Da Hong Pao and such, darker roasted oolongs from Wuyishan, Fujian, China.

Thai teas are almost all lightly oxidized oolongs, not my current favorite, but I tried a really nice Thai black tea recently, probably my favorite I've tried from this country.

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