Tea

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  1. devilalum

    devilalum Salary Cap Casualty

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    Teavana is just a branch of Starbucks. This place has good tea. http://www.svtea.com/
     
  2. LVG

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    Thanks, I'll try that.
     
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    Bought myself an iced tea maker on Amazon earlier this month. Not sure why I didn't do it sooner.

    Chipotle's iced tea is my hands down favorite tea, and the company that makes it (S&D Tea) sells their stuff on Amazon, so I got some of that, too.

    I have dramatically cut down on my soda consumption and have replaced it with unsweetened iced tea. Don't really miss soda all that much.
     
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    I dropped soda years ago to where now it is just a treat i have like once a week. I am always tempted to start drinking tea but it is soooo much better with sugar so I end up just sticking with water.

    I bought a cold water machine for my house, best investment ever. The entire family drinks a TON of water now and we buy almost nothing else to drink.
     
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    I used to get arrowhead delivered in the 5 gallon jugs...absolutely loved it...always fresh, always cold, always refreshing..... never drank so much water as I did during those few years. Now I buy it by the case....go through 3 to 5 cases of Dasani a week.. love that stuff
     
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    Tire to get a new one those cases add up to lots more

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    I would if I could. I live too far out in the sticks for water delivery... the cases aint too bad,...I get them between 3.50 and 5 bucks each depending on where I get them.
     
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    I take my jugs to the grocery and fill them myself but honestly that just means half of the month I have no water because I keep forgetting the jugs.
     
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    lol... yeah...I used to do that at the "water n' Ice" store...and the next thing I knew I had six 3 gallon refer jugs and about 25 1 gallon jugs.....always forgot those damned things.
     
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    back on topic....


    I have been looking into Kratom Tea...supposed to do some nice things for a person...anyone here try it?
     
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    It has opiate extracts so itll make you feel good but should lower energy levels. Check out the article I posted.
     
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    crisper57 Open the Roof!

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    I love all sorts of tea. There is a good spot for loose leaf tea in the Town and Country Center on Camelback. Really enjoy the selection. My favorite non-loose leaf tea is Good Earth Sweet and Spicy Tea. I can drink it hot or cold every day and never get tired of it.
     
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    too bad baby kays moved away from it
     

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