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just wondered - ds seems obsessed by different kinds of tea - latest purchase this week was a packet of Kukicha Japanese Roasted Twig Tea...
i thought you meant with posh cakes
WOW! My Ds loves fruit tea though...your twig tea sounds expensive, so I won't tell him about that!
CvQ, I thought the same at first too!
!! he's not averse to a posh cake either. I made him buy it with his own money (nearly £3 !!!)
he likes it,fortunately, unlike the pesky goji berries he asked me to buy...big mistake
goji berries are a waste of money.DS's taste for tea is roughly similar to mine, so I don't view it as fancy, just normal. He will choose Darjeeling over Earl Grey though, strange child.
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I haven't tried it myself yet, but ds says it's nice and tastes 'roasted'
dd (2.5) loves sencha and peppermint- often asks for a mug of each!The only downside is the amount of time it takes to cool down so its safe enough for her.
mm, ds loves sencha too - think how good it is for them
Peppermint and roiboos teas are very popular with my two.
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