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    I'm officially addicted to this tea. With a little honey and a dash of cream.

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    Sugar and milk and a tall good-looking limey to make it for me is how I like mine!

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    it is a regular in our home!
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    Me, too!!!!! That's the only tea I drink. A nice cup in the morning before work everyday--deeee-lish!

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    Is it a specialty item or can you get it at supermarkets?

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    I buy mine at a local Indian grocer/lunch stop near work - Samosa House in Culver City

    I haven't tried looking for it at a regular grocery store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OTTo VoN BLoTTo View Post
    Is it a specialty item or can you get it at supermarkets?
    I always picked it up at the Irish Imports store next to Pawn Shop in a mini-mall on Vine North of Melrose.

    Got anything like that where you are?

    BTW, it's good tea but it isn't exotic, really. It's not picked by blind monks in an organic meadow by an ancient burial ground on the exact day of the moon's rebirth or anything.

    I suspect the pyramid teabag may have something to do with it's special-ness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcsorleyminute View Post
    BTW, it's good tea but it isn't exotic, really. It's not picked by blind monks in an organic meadow by an ancient burial ground on the exact day of the moon's rebirth or anything.
    True. It's picked by blind druids instead.

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    Cost Plus.
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    No Cost Plus, but a handful of places I might have luck with. I'm a devoted morning coffee guy but hit the 3pm green tea pick-me-up regularly. I need some good ol' fashioned honky tea for a change. Like Snape said, with a little cream (probably soy milk here) and honey sounds GREAT. Time to make some calls on this...

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