POPSUGAR Food Poll What's Your Top Choice For Tea? What's Your Top Choice For Tea? by Food 12/30/08 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Source Read More PollTeaDrinks Get inspired with our daily newsletter Sign up for our daily newsletter. Tech DIY Love and Sex Vegetarian Food Home Sign up with snowy-88 6 years Herbal infusions radmama27 6 years green keiraz 6 years green tea, two or three times a day! Antioxidant 6 years Green tea. I think the most enjoyable I've ever had is Taylors of Harrogate's jasmine green tea. I used to looove black tea with milk, though. Still do sometimes. All loose leaf, of course and making sure to never steep green tea too long or with water that's too hot. I'm a tea snob. waffley 6 years Chrysanthemum tea :) goldjazz21 6 years Earl Gray Is one of my very favorite!! I'm a singer and when my throat feels bad and I need to relax, I drink cinnamon tea. Rancher'sGirl 6 years cahill, you are so right! Barry's Green Blend (AKA Irish Breakfast) is also absolutely terrific as well. Nice strong, mellow flavor. I must go brew up a pot now...this poll is making me crave a steaming cup... :) cahill 6 years Barry's Gold Blend is the best black tea out there. TxRdRaider 6 years Valacyjane, I would try one of the green tea/herbal mixes, such as Pomegranate Green Tea or Cranberry Green Tea. Most of these have caffeine, so you'll have to look for decaf versions. Bigelow also makes some of their black teas (i.e. Constant Commet) with green tea now so you are getting more antioxidents than black has on it's own. Maybe the taste won't be so green for you then? valancyjane 6 years Maybe you tea experts can help me. I've always been a very basic tea drinker - black tea with no flavorings. But I'm trying to cut back on caffeine. I can do decaf black tea just fine, but I think I should introduce green tea to my repertoire, because of its antioxidants. Problem is, it tastes so ... green. What would you recommend for a black tea devotee who's looking for something with less caffeine and a few more health benefits? starangel82 6 years Green tea mostly - iced or hot. Celestial Seasonings Green Tea Antioxidant Supplement or Honey Lemon Ginseng. But I do love the occasional black and red teas. I usually drink Sleepy Time before bed. girlwparasol 6 years i love tea. black tea with vanilla and cinnamon is a perennial favourite, but i also have a lovely rooibos chai that i've been drinking lately. i enjoy green teas on occasion, especially those which contain jasmine. a tea i HATE however? earl grey. ugh. i could never get behind that one. Foofie 6 years Sleepy Time Tea! kia 6 years Too many good teas for me to say. It depends on my mood. red4bonez 6 years ah I don't discriminate against tea, I love them all :lol: I just got myself chamomile tea and then some red tea. and I like coffee too and don't get me started on energy drinks! Depending on my mood I will drink a proper beverage ;-) hilahat 6 years What can I say? I'm a coffee girl. Punk-Glam-Queen 6 years Black tea -- must have my PG Tips! I used to like things like Jasmine and Earl Grey, but now they seem too perfumey for me, and I prefer black tea with milk. I do like iced mint tea in the summer though. fashion4ward 6 years All I drink is tea! Mostly Green and Black. KadBunny 6 years And oh my goosh how could I forget jasmine! I love rosebud tea, too. Even if it's a bit of a shame. CiaoBella2 6 years am - Tazo's Lotus Decaffeinated Green Tea afternoon - PG Tips pm - Stash Lemon Ginger Herbal Tea macchiatolove 6 years I said other, as I will drink most of these. I have green, white and black in my drawer at work to fit all my moods. White is for reflective days, green for a health kick, black when I need a pick-me-up. My favourite is probably lady or earl grey, hot or iced. tvjunkie45 6 years Orange pekoe with lemon or nothing and lemon tea. (Or any type of black tea I guess.) NatashaAlexis 6 years It depends on what mood I'm in... Stressed= Kava Tired= Black Relaxing= Iced, usually something fruity or white Cold= Spice, ginger, Orange verily 6 years Black tea with a healthy dose of bergamot oil, aka Earl Grey. The one tea on this list that I have tried again and again and still just don't like is Rooibos. Just blech. 98769876 6 years Constant Comment is a classic. I also love green jasmine. It smells wonderful and taste sweet.