Drinking tea, day 4

After some inspiration (or fright), I’ve been drinking tea for the past four days. How am I liking it? After the first two times of weirdness, with the help of my friend Pete, I should probably add sugar or honey to it. I felt dumb ordering tea for the first time at Starbucks, but now I’m fine with it. I’m going to start making it at home, though, because I think I found a flavor I like at work (where there’s a bunch of tea bags and coffee variations). Fortunately for me, I haven’t had any headaches or anything. Green tea and honey, good stuff!

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Bryan Villarin

Bryan is a Community Guardian at Automattic. He's also a photographer, card magician, and cat whisperer. (Thanks to my friend and colleague Steve Blythe for the sweet photo!)

3 thoughts on “Drinking tea, day 4”

  1. Starbucks’ China Green Tips: the most divine, commercial-level green tea you’ll get in either bags or a tin. There’s a Chinese place close by that sells them for their weight in gold… (well, not that much) but the difference is so negligible it isn’t worth the price.

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  2. I have to admit I ordered coffee on Saturday but then I was wrecked tired after a few busy days coding on wordpress and I needed something to keep me going until we got home!
    It’s been tea before and since though!

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  3. Jay: I just bought some a couple boxes of Bigelow-brand tea. $5 for 40 bags, 12¢ a bag. What was I thinking? I liked the same ones at work (err, similar), and I like it just fine. Drank a total of 3 cups at work, plus one in the morning from Starbucks.

    Donncha: We should get one of those counters, like what Podz is using for # of days sober. For us, it’d be # of days without coffee. 😛

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