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    Quote Originally Posted by DinoHunter View Post
    chia tea
    Do you mean chai tea? If so then....YES!! This is my favourite tea of all time! To make it autumnier, just add cinnamon and ginger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Traveller View Post
    Do you mean chai tea? If so then....YES!! This is my favourite tea of all time! To make it autumnier, just add cinnamon and ginger.
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    you can also use roobois (sp?) as the tea base instead of black tea (I mix my own)
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    My vote is for a good deep roast TGY.

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    You can also make mulled apple-cranberry cider.... Or simply slice some sour apple into a mug of boiled water, let it sit to infuse the drink and top with a touch of cinnamon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vh67 View Post
    Harney and Sons has one that I love. Cranberry Autumn Tea

    They also have a wonderful cinnamon tea and a cranberry orange fruit tea that is decaf.
    I love cinnamon tea and garnet and sons brand so will have to check this out. As mentioned, there are lots of apple cinnamon ones that smell great but I'd rather have real tea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Traveller View Post
    Do you mean chai tea? If so then....YES!! This is my favourite tea of all time! To make it autumnier, just add cinnamon and ginger.
    Tazo's Chai is my favorite, nice idea for the flavor additions (totally trying that soon). I like to add canned coconut milk to make it creamier.

    Also, hot apple cider w/ a cinnamon stick is not tea, but is totally autumn-y.
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    All tea tastes and smells like fall by default: DRIED LEAVES

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    Tea and Teapots - Teas Etc

    best tea available

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    Agree with traveler and nameless - Tazo Organic Chai is my fave Sometimes I throw a whole cinnamon stick in as well.

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