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October 12, 2009

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Jason Witt

Ah. Almond milk. Sounds like you're treating yourself right. That's the good stuff. I never add anything to my tea here at home because I don't allow any sweeteners or milks in the house. But I know nut milks are the good stuff so I'm still friendly toward them. --Teaternity

Leann

I'm slowly warming up the the idea of spicier teas, but I think that a tea that leaves the tongue a little tingly is a bit too much for me at present. Can you (or anyone reading this) recommend a milder chai, something with a nutty flavor, perhaps?

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I make the masala tea using above tips and it's very helpful for the me..specially...Thanks .....

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