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T-Bag
T-Bag T-Bag is a character who has appeared in ... IMDb Wonders in Letterland (1985) [1] T-Bag Strikes Again (1986) [2] T-Bag Bounces Back (1987) [3] Turn on to T-Bag (1988) [4] T-Bag's Christmas ...
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Peppermint tea
Peppermint tea Peppermint tea is a drink that is either a mixture of tea and peppermint or an infusion of peppermint ... health benefits. It is sometimes called "mint tea," although there are other kinds of mint ... could be used in that case. Peppermint tea is prepared with the leaves of ...
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Thai tea
Thai tea Thai tea (also known as Thai iced tea) or "cha-yen" (Thai: ชาเย็น) when ordered ... a drink made from strongly-brewed red tea that usually contains added anise, red and ... and sometimes other spices as well. This tea is sweetened with sugar and condensed ...
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Coffee bag
Coffee bag Coffee bags are an innovation developed to ... coffee , generally recognized as superior. Modeled after tea bags, they consist of a gauze bag containing a mixture of instant coffee and ...
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Category:Tea
Category:Tea Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Tea Tea is a caffeinated beverage, an infusion made ... Camellia sinensis in hot water. In addition, tea may also include other herbs, spices, or ... are also informally called teas; see herbal tea. Subcategories There are 11 subcategories to ...
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Tea infuser
Tea infuser A perforated metal tea infuser A tea infuser is a device in which loose tea leaves are placed for brewing. It performs the same function as a tea bag. The infuser is generally a ...
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Chinese tea   (translated from French)
Chinese tea This page contains Chinese characters in C ... test your navigator if posting is incoherent. tea, much more than one simple drink of ... company, in the??/?? chágu?n, houses of tea, or??/?? cháyuán, gardens of tea or at home enters friendly or people ... purchase of a few grams of a tea of luxury, whose best grindings can ...
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Tea time   (translated from German)
Tea time Tea time, to German "dte time", is a ... in England Tee drunk (Five o clock tea means in such a way, because it ... Gurkensandwiches likes. Very pleasantly one knows the Tea time Browns in London . At the recent ... drunk. The latter is usually only simple bag dte, there is far better the ...
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Xihu Longjing tea   (translated from Chinese)
Xihu Longjing tea A some brand top grade Xihu Longjing tea bag, the sack top left-hand corner 贴有 ... teaThe area one kind fries blue green tea , by "the color, smell and tastes, the ... is one of Chinese most famous green tea. Table of contents History According to ...
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American Tea Culture
American Tea Culture American Tea Culture refers to the methods of preparation and means of consumption of tea in United States. Afternoon tea is rarely served in the United States ... in ritualized special occasions such as the tea party or an afternoon out at ...
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