Top ten for places to have a cup of tea

The Top 10 list to have tea. (from Lonely Planet) 1. London 2. Trans-Siberian Railway, Russia/Central Asia 3. Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina 4. Yueyang (China) 5. Sahara Desert 6. Uji (Japan) 7. Inca Trail (Peru) 8. Boston (USA) 9. Darjeeling (India) 10. Hill Country (Sri Lanka)
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icetea8
> The Top 10 list to have tea. (from Lonely Planet) > 1. London > 2. Trans-Siberian Railway, Russia/Central Asia > 3. Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina > 4. Yueyang (China) > 5. Sahara Desert > 6. Uji (Japan) > 7. Inca Trail (Peru) > 8. Boston (USA) > 9. Darjeeling (India) > 10. Hill Country (Sri Lanka) >
no Taiwan? rubbish list! never take LP seriously in any case.
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FG
> no Taiwan? rubbish list!  never take LP seriously in any case.
11. Wuyi Mountain, China 12. Ali Mountain, Taiwan
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icetea8

Can't forget my tea at Argentina..and the list seems to be not in great order. To me..I personally feel South American tea is better tha anything else. May be perception differs from person to person
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hotelscyprus
> Can't forget my tea at Argentina..and the list seems to be not in a > great order. To me..I personally feel South American tea is better than > anything else. May be perception differs from person to person. > > > >
i can't forget my Oriental Beauty in Taiwan.
did have 'tea' in Argentina all the time pic:
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FG
> >no Taiwan? rubbish list! never take LP seriously in any case.
The best place to have tea is wherever you are right now. --scott -- "C'est un Nagra. C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."
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"C'est un Nagra. C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."
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Scott Dorsey
> Can't forget my tea at Argentina..and the list seems to be not in a > great order. To me..I personally feel South American tea is better than > anything else. May be perception differs from person to person. > > >
Were you drinking a tisane or real tea in Argentina? I've only seen real So American tea from Bolivia.
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address_is
In article >> Can't forget my tea at Argentina..and the list seems to be not in a >> great order. To me..I personally feel South American tea is better than >> anything else. May be perception differs from person to person. > >Were you drinking a tisane or real tea in Argentina? I've only seen real >So American tea from Bolivia.
Argentina actually grows huge amounts of tea, although most of it is pretty low quality stuff. A large proportion of the Lipton's blends are sourced from Argentina. --scott -- "C'est un Nagra. C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."
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"C'est un Nagra. C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."
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Scott Dorsey
> > > > > >no Taiwan? rubbish list! never take LP seriously in any case. > > > > The best place to have tea is wherever you are right now. > > --scott > > -- > > "C'est un Nagra. C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."
You beat me to it- my thought was, "There's no place like home." Toci
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