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    So, no Honey bush tea drinkers here? I have a friend that has the Honey Bush growing wild on their Dairy farm. I get this by the bush from him. Tastes great, usually makes in old tea pot on the gas stove.

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    Tea? Why? Forgot to buy coffee?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister 44 View Post
    Tea? Why? Forgot to buy coffee?

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    LOL, never. I'm actually a coffee connoisseur. I drink a jug of coffee before brunch, every day and a few cups during the day. Tea drinking is for odd occasions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by czc View Post
    Is that how you would serve it to others?
    I mostly leave it in for others to take out when it's as strong as they want. Then again, I don't normally make tea for people.

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    I don't think [MENTION=2399]czc[/MENTION] intended for the thread to be about tea specifically, but rather about "judging others as you would"
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    Quote Originally Posted by FarligOpptreden View Post
    I don't think [MENTION=2399]czc[/MENTION] intended for the thread to be about tea specifically, but rather about "judging others as you would"
    Oh well, lets "roll with it."
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    Quote Originally Posted by beans100 View Post
    So, no Honey bush tea drinkers here? I have a friend that has the Honey Bush growing wild on their Dairy farm. I get this by the bush from him. Tastes great, usually makes in old tea pot on the gas stove.
    I've never actually tried it. But I did hear of this one Czech dude who started selling it in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, he's rich now
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    I don't remember the last time I actually drank the stuff. but I to know the theory, and physics behind making the perfect cup

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    Quote Originally Posted by GCF_Undefined View Post
    I don't remember the last time I actually drank the stuff. but I to know the theory, and physics behind making the perfect cup
    Like that Japanese style? Stir 3 times anti-clockwise etc...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by czc View Post
    Like that Japanese style? Stir 3 times anti-clockwise etc...?
    as with my previous post,

    I let it brew, undisturbed for a maximum of 10 minutes. I start to taste the paper afterwards (and it tastes gross). Unless you're using a tea infuser.
    unlike coffee, that defuses at 90C, it's best to use freshly boiled water for this. do not prod the tea bag, as it will break the leaves, giving it a bitter taste

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