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John Smith 18/03/25(Sun)03:44 No. 46468
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Dear John,

In part for conservation, and in part because I find it the /eh/ of drinks, I've taken to brewing my tea in three stages; it's kind of my own little tea culture:
'First tea' is brewed within seconds. The taste is very light but also fruitful, the best tea for the morining.
'Second tea' can be brewed after first tea, or in place of it if the tea is left to steep too long for first tea. This is the full-bodied, general-purpose tea most people drink.
'Third tea' can only be brewed after second tea. Brewing third tea takes the longest, due to the depletion of the leaves. The taste is light and deep. This has become my favorite kind of tea, best as a nightcap.

-John


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John Smith 18/03/25(Sun)14:47 No. 46474

>>46468
Hello John,
What kind of tea do you like to have? Mint and plain green tea are some of my favorites. I have to be in the right mood to enjoy fruity and dessert teas.

-John


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John Smith 18/03/29(Thu)18:55 No. 46484

>>46474
Good evening John,
I enjoy just about any kind of tea really. I keep several kinds around; at the moment I have two kinds of green tea (sencha and gyokuro), darjeeling, rooibos tea, daisy tea, rose tea, and lemon tea. The daisy tea is particularly mild and unstimulating.
-John


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John Smith 18/03/30(Fri)06:40 No. 46485

Hey John

I've been buying different kinds of tea to expand my tastes since I used to just use the simple bags from out of the box. I still buy a box of the "sleepytime" tea from whatever brand it is since the blend is nostalgic from a very specific point in my life. I want to find fresher tea but I don't know how much that really matters with tea

best regards, John


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John Smith 18/04/01(Sun)07:07 No. 46488

I brewed my coffee grounds twice, and was surprised to find it drinkable


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John Smith 18/04/03(Tue)17:23 No. 46497

>>46485
Sleepytime is delicious. Unless you want to bother with loose leaf teas, and all of the stuff you have to buy along with it, boxed teas are just as good.


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John Smith 18/04/04(Wed)12:22 No. 46502

>>46488
Second coffee is an economical and satisfactory dink choice.



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