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I am not an insomniac, but always find it difficult to settle at the end of the day. Reading an interesting - but not too interesting - novel always helps. If I don't go to sleep at least I am having fun snuggling up in bed. I don't drink actual tea after noon. A warm drink of Rooibos or such like before bed is a nice routine. Here at this time of year I also make a hottie for my poor cold toes. Camomile tea is recommended by many, but I find it upsets my allergies. Sneezing and wheezing is not conducive to sleep.

And from the land of St Dommy the Dog, I should also say I have my old dog at my feet sharing the sunlight when I sit in my study drinking my morning beverage.

New Vinland

Our ambassador told me there's a big discussion on tea drinking in Canada, so I thought, how could they organize a tea debate without inviting me? I had to come!!

*arrrives in a tea-shaped car*

Oh and everyone in Canada is welcome to have a drink in my tea club! page=dispatch/id=328536

Tama-chan awaits! *meow*

I love Canada! All I can say is JTF2 sees stuff that would make SEAL Team 6 wet their pants!

*passes around doughnuts for all the tea drinkers*

Goddess Relief Office and New Vinland

Yummy doughnuts! But now what will I do with the airdropped ton of Parle-G biscuits!

The jury is still out on what are the best snacks to accompany tea! Doughnuts (or donuts for the US folks) is certainly a great choice when tea is drank plain. A similar case exists in the Orient, for example, the Japanese like to eat red bean mochi when drinking green tea. The bitterness of tea and the sweetness of the snack makes the perfect pair.

It is more complicated for English tea since Westerners like to add sugar or milk to their tea. What are your preferences? I know even within Continental USA there are regional differences. In the North, if you go to a McDonalds and ordered Ice-tea, it comes without sugar. If you head south, it comes with sugar.

New Vinland and West Klopstock

The Pubs of Parkplace wrote:*passes around doughnuts for all the tea drinkers*

Thank you, ma'am.

The Celestial Realm of Goddess Relief Office wrote:The jury is still out on what are the best snacks to accompany tea! Doughnuts (or donuts for the US folks) is certainly a great choice when tea is drank plain. A similar case exists in the Orient, for example, the Japanese like to eat red bean mochi when drinking green tea. The bitterness of tea and the sweetness of the snack makes the perfect pair.

It is more complicated for English tea since Westerners like to add sugar or milk to their tea. What are your preferences? I know even within Continental USA there are regional differences. In the North, if you go to a McDonalds and ordered Ice-tea, it comes without sugar. If you head south, it comes with sugar.

I don't usually have anything with tea. I just drink it on its own. I don't know, guess I like the full impact of the flavour and feel it's its own reward.

New Vinland

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I've just polished off my second mug of tea this morning. The first mug was a Ceylon/Darjeeling blend. The second was Versailles Earl Grey - An Earl Grey/lavender blend with a whisp of vanilla.
There is nothing in this world that is more soul satisfying than a hot mug of tea on a cold and rainy day!
Had a warm toasted bagel slathered with honey-pecan cream cheese with my tea - Heaven!

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