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What Types Of Tea Are Popular In Turkey?
1.       ümitli
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 23 Nov 2012 Fri 02:40 am

Or, what is your personal favorite? I adore hot tea, and would like to learn everything about Turkey. Your answers are much appreciated!

2.       ikicihan
1127 posts
 23 Nov 2012 Fri 03:05 am

my favorite is black tea (brand is "rize çaykur". i dont like lipton brand, it tastes bad.)

once in a while i drink herb teas such as ıhlamur (linden tea), adaçayı (sage tea)



Edited (11/23/2012) by ikicihan

3.       Vince
12 posts
 27 Nov 2012 Tue 01:09 am

Demli Cay is my personal favourite of all teas

4.       haniagree
73 posts
 27 Nov 2012 Tue 04:12 am

i drink tomurcuk earl grey tea by caykur, its really good. after tasting quality tea i can´t drink lipton of other mainstream brands anymore...

5.       ümitli
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 27 Nov 2012 Tue 07:20 am

I will search for all of those. Thank you all! I agree about Lipton; after having real (natural) tea, it will never satisfy again. Always open to more recommendations. Thank you again!

6.       Umut_Umut
485 posts
 27 Nov 2012 Tue 09:22 am

I like Doğuş Black Label and Çaykur Tiryaki Çayı.  Tomurcuk is also good.

 

And please note that Turkish tea is the only tea that snow falls on it in the world. That means they don´t need to use pesticide.

 



Edited (11/27/2012) by Umut_Umut

7.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 27 Nov 2012 Tue 09:26 am

 

Quoting Umut_Umut

I like Doğuş Black Label and Çaykur Tiryaki Çayı.  Tomurcuk is also good.

 

And please note that Turkish tea is the only tea that snow falls on it in the world. That means they don´t need to use pesticide.

 

 

Most of my non-Turkish friends prefer TOMURCUK. They seem to  believe it has no artificial additives.

8.       Umut_Umut
485 posts
 27 Nov 2012 Tue 09:38 am

 

Quoting AlphaF

 

 

Most of my non-Turkish friends prefer TOMURCUK. They seem to  believe it has no artificial additives.

 

Tomurcuk is what my grandmother used to drink. So it reminds me my childhood. And it was a great pleasure for me to get it´s empty metal box and play with it. But since in my childhood everything was precious, even an empty metal box, it was really hard to get one from her kitchen.

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9.       ümitli
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 27 Nov 2012 Tue 11:47 pm

When I asked my Turkish boyfriend what brands of tea he and his family drink, he could only tell me "black tea," which didn´t satisfy any of my curiosity. You all have been so helpful! 

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