DECISIONS ABOUT TEA

No coffee shop without a little tea selection too. There are so many different types though. Classic black tea, green tea, red tea, white tea and so on… I am confused…

What is your favorite tea?

42 Comments

  1. Reply
    Rike May 7, 2014

    black tea, darjeeling, chai :)

  2. Reply
    Marleen May 7, 2014

    Earl Grey :-)

  3. Reply
    Rikke May 7, 2014

    vanilla chai

  4. Reply
    vanja May 7, 2014

    Earl grey, Lady grey.

  5. Reply
    Bitten May 7, 2014

    pebermynte-te, lakrids-te og når teen skal være lidt sommerlig elsker jeg hyben-te, det har den fineste røde farve!

  6. Reply
    Ka May 7, 2014

    macha!!!

  7. Reply
    Hanneke May 7, 2014

    Personally, I’m not into black tea. I have a wide selection of herbal teas at home and especially love mixes with liquorice in them, because they help me control my “sweet cravings”.

  8. Reply
    Pjèr May 7, 2014

    Just get yourself a bunch of fresh mint every day and see how fast that’ll go … will you sell more than you can grow???
    Looks great too.
    https://www.google.nl/search?q=verse+muntthee&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=rAJqU_3kBMP3O_HKgbAD&sqi=2&ved=0CDYQsAQ&biw=1280&bih=878

    You have a neat oganic supplier by the looks of it. Any Jasmin in there?
    Earl Grey will suit plenty of people, fruit flavoured too (they’re not for me though).

    BTW you’re doing a GREAT job! (and you still find time to keep us posted :-)))

    • Reply
      Brinja May 10, 2014

      Sure looks beautiful that mint! My supplier is called NUTE http://chokocom.com/nute I don’t know it too well yet but I’ll give it a go and see how it works out! Have a great weekend Pjér. -b

  9. Reply
    Celena May 7, 2014

    Definitely licorice…. chai, rooibos, mint and anything that calms ;)

  10. Reply
    Nadine May 7, 2014

    fruit for summer, earl and green in winter. turkish apple tea is nice too

  11. Reply
    Annika May 7, 2014

    My favorite tea is darjeeling tea and also I like chai tea latte (but with soymilk).

  12. Reply
    ana ryder May 7, 2014

    Black tea every day, every time.

    You are quite an inspiration for me. Thank you!

    (Kisses from Madrid.)

    • Reply
      Brinja May 10, 2014

      Thank you Ana :)

  13. Reply
    Martine May 7, 2014

    Always green tea, with lemon or cranberry or honey. And fresh mint with a slice of lemon. Success!

  14. Reply
    me May 7, 2014

    Herbal, containing lemon verbena. And I don’t like liquorice. Coffee shop looks very nice!

  15. Reply
    Lea May 7, 2014

    Anything white :)

  16. Reply
    sara May 7, 2014

    English breakfast for me

  17. Reply
    Yvonne May 7, 2014

    Chai! and fresh mint with honey…

  18. Reply
    Fiona May 7, 2014

    Mint, fresh if possible, but otherwise a tea bag is just fine! :)

    Fiona

    http://alwaysbananapancakes.blogspot.ie

  19. Reply
    Ellen May 7, 2014

    English breakfast and green tea with lemon. :-)

  20. Reply
    Sandra May 7, 2014

    Hi Brinja,

    in Hamburg we have a nice tea company called “samovar” (www.samova.net) and i like the istanbul nights tea – a black tea with mint. it is really delicious!!! have a look! greetings from germany!

    • Reply
      Brinja May 10, 2014

      Thank you Sandra. That samovar looks good!

  21. Reply
    Asia May 7, 2014

    my favorite tea..is coffee;)

    • Reply
      Brinja May 10, 2014

      :-)

  22. Reply
    Katrin May 7, 2014

    Earl Grey, English Breakfast and Darjeeling. And Ostfriesentee, which is basically another black, strong tea. Peppermint is fine, too.

  23. Reply
    lartichaut May 7, 2014

    I hope I can help. I used to work in a tea shop/ tea house. People normally never ordered black tea without any flavour (which is my favourite- Assam). Some of the favourites among costumers were: vanilla scented green or black tea, pina colada scented green tea (yuck) green tea with jasmine, darjeeling, roiboos and fruit tea (strawberry or cherry based ones). Best of luck with your shop!

    • Reply
      Brinja May 10, 2014

      Perfect! Thank you very much. Big help!

  24. Reply
    lisa kjellerød May 8, 2014

    Mint tea with a bit of honey, english breakfast tea with milk or chai tea! I usually have at least 20 boxes of tea on the go!

  25. Reply
    Anna May 8, 2014

    (Fresh) mint tea, chai, herbal tea (like celestial seasonings). Good luck with your new enterprise!

  26. Reply
    Meri May 8, 2014

    My favorite teas are roiboos and fresh mint tea.
    Also green tea with lemon scent is good.
    I love to follow your progress with the coffee- and ice-cream-shops! Inspiring.
    Greetings from Berlin

    • Reply
      Brinja May 10, 2014

      Thank you Meri :)

  27. Reply
    Pam May 8, 2014

    Maybe you should try this also
    https://www.google.ie/search?q=matcha+latte&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=gaxrU-jXK-SU7QbnpoC4DQ&ved=0CAYQ_AUoAQ&biw=1366&bih=575

    Good luck with your venture, I have been following a long time and dying to see what you were doing with the circus caravan

    • Reply
      Brinja May 10, 2014

      Thank you Pan! I will look into it :)

  28. Reply
    janine May 8, 2014

    fresh mint! you can put some pots next to your basil and rosemary… :-)

    • Reply
      Brinja May 10, 2014

      Uhm, fresh mint is good!

  29. Reply
    Georgia May 8, 2014

    Earl grey!!!

  30. Reply
    Mette May 9, 2014

    Cool mint og grøn kvæde er absolut de aller bedste!!!

  31. Reply
    I love polka dots May 9, 2014

    I looove green tea with orange or lemon flavour :-)

  32. Reply
    Justyna May 9, 2014

    Usually I take green or mint :).

  33. Reply
    Valerie May 20, 2014

    During summer, green japanese teas are great, especially Genmaicha that you can drink hot or fresh. And for winter I love a black cinnamon tea (from Mariage Frères, french brand): “Christmas Spirit”.
    Good luck for the opening of your shop!

    • Reply
      Brinja May 21, 2014

      Thank you very much Valerie

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