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If you are a tea drinker what do you put in your tea?

I have tea every morning, i used to use milk but i havent for a long time now, i use either regular soy milk, or silk creamer........rice milk for some reason tastes terrible in tea.

so anyway, what do you use? just wondering if there is anything else out there i have missed.
 

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i tend to drink a strong tea, its an irish breakfast tea i get at trader joes, and i admit i put 2-3 teabags in one cup, i know i know, im a caffeine addict, i only have this one strong cup in the morning, but without "milk" it is too strong, the "milk" takes the edge off........LOL
 

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I drink my coffee black, strong and sugarless, just as God and nature intended. Tea I like strong, a nice Orange Pekoe, English Breakfast or something, with one sugar and soy milk. I'm not a big tea drinker though. (Presuming you don't mean things like chamomile tea which I am drinking right at this moment.)
 

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Big decaf tea drinker here. Love it with silk creamer and sugar. I have used Almond Milk and coconut milk. Both are pretty good. But I prefer Silk creamer. Unless it's herbal. Then just sugar.
 

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I drink Earl Grey with sugar, no milk. I find the breakfast teas too bitter and although I always have soya milk in the house, I don't think I've ever tried it in tea. There's my mission for today then...
 

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::gasp::

How come no one's mentioned vanilla soymilk yet?!?!?!?!

I just became a tea addict. Vanilla soymilk is soooooo amazingly delicious in tea! I don't put a hwole bunch or anything, just enough to give some flavor and "paint" my tea. I also sweeten my tea (been using Splenda, I know it's evil, but I have to finish what I have) and it tastes AMAZING! Better than Starbucks...I'm going to go have some mango black tea now...and as good as it is alone, it tastes better with soymilk!
 
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