Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Chinese Green Tea........

As you all may know that a lot of Chinese (China) loves to drink tea...
Normally we drink chinese tea during Dim Sum, Bak Kut Teh, and etc......
The Chinese doesn't drink those dark tea.. now they are drinking chinese green tea...

For me I am not really a tea person..
but it is nice to have some tea after a good fatty meal of bak kut teh.....
it says that it could reduce the oil ..
"toink toink" at my tummy and seems that the fat are still there... LOL
So are you a tea person?
If yes why you like to drink tea so much?

40 comments:

  1. dont drink too much tea for females, i've experienced the detrimental part of it :/

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    1. my wife don't drink tea ..
      after drinking tea.. her eyes will be big big at night ..
      can't sleep...

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  2. I LOVE TEA! I can't go a day without tea and I alternate everyday - green tea, peppermint, chai, chamomile.... the list goes on! hehe and I have a section in my pantry just for tea :D

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    1. :) wow a tea lover...
      You can sleep after drinking tea?

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    2. haha I can sleep after drinking coffee! :P

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  3. i'm trying to remember to drink more green tea whenever i'm at a japanese restaurant. since it's supposed to have all the health benefits. i've not noticed chinese green tea before though! :D

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    1. I think you need to start drinking green tea coz you been eating too much of pork belly..
      Green tea could improving the ratio of good (HDL) cholesterol to bad (LDL) cholesterol.
      so drink more and eat more pork belly...

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  4. U like tea a lot? Those tea in the picture are chinese tea? nowadays they come in fancy packing huh?

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    1. true they really come out with lots of fancy packing...
      I am not a tea person le...

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  5. Tea leaves. China has varieties of it. Cheap and expensive ones.

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  6. errr, i don't purposely go and make tea lah.. but then normally if eating chinese then will drink chinese tea lor.. i prefer japanese green tea~~ :p

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    1. During lunch time I don't drink chinese tea....
      Normally either soya or Teh milk ice...
      Coz they say that a lot of kopitiam use those color tea...

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  7. I am also not a tea person... drink too much, I get nausea and whole night will be like frying fish.. tossing and turning.. hahaha...

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    1. I think becoz u soak tea too long..
      U should take out the tea after 5 mins... If soak too long then d caffeine will come out...
      Try it...

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  8. I'm a tea person. But I love coffee too (blame me on my boss). I usually drink green tea in the afternoon so tht i don't fall asleep. =D

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    1. A good quality of tea is very nice to drink.....

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  9. I drink tea because I can't take coffee. I'll faint if i take coffee.

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    1. Oooo how often u drink tea?
      Everyday? Faint when u take coffee? So serious?

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  10. i like the green tea from sakae sushi, sushi king and zanmai only.. XD

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    1. I seldom drink green tea in japs restaurant....
      Normally I will order warm water....
      Save cost Mah... Lol

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  11. I can't drink tea and coffee..I won't be able to sleep at night.

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    1. My wife d same...
      She will b like a fried fish ... Toss here n there..

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  12. i drink green tea berry often. antioxidant! and i can sleep rightaway after a cuppa tea hehe!

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    1. Green tea berry?
      I guess tat u don't soak d tea for a long time.....
      If not all d caffeine will come out n u will b a night owl...

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    2. berry = very. haha!

      i speak like an ant :/
      but i do soak my tea bag in the cup for long time, until i finish the cuppa tea wo. :S

      thanks for the gift btw XD

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  13. I like the Japanese green tea from Sakae Sushi, it's really fragrant and nice, other than that, I also love the Teh Tarik (ie. Malay Milk Tea)

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    1. Ooooi u also like Teh Tarik huh....
      Teh Tarik with roti canai?
      Tat is d best combination....

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  14. Green tea...will detox, good for health. Those dark teas, danger of excessive use of dyes. Thos in tea bags, even worse! I like green tea that looks very green, many not really green.

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    1. I tried d authentic Japanese green tea in jpn....
      It was really strong n biter....
      To d japs green tea in Msia is really mild...

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  15. I prefer coffee to tea, but tea has more benefit than coffee. Can slim down and detox, hehehe!

    So I try to include tea in my life - green tea and pu-er tea. Still I can't part with my dear kopi-o.

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  16. I like Japanese Green tea, good for weight management, and healthy to drink. I have cut down on coffee, due to insomnia. I only take a few sips from my husband's glass of ice coffee.

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  17. I'm more of a coffee person, but I like green tea too.

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  18. i love teas...green teas are always on my list and in my mug. but only if its hot!

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    1. Good 4 u .. U should b very healthy..

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  19. I drink Bubble Milktea...does that counts? hehehe....
    Usually if go eat 'tai chow', I will usually order 'hiong phin' ;-)

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    1. Not count Le.....
      Oo u r a jasmine person.... :)

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  20. I dont even drink coffee...specially now that it's hot..

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    1. I use to drink coffee but not now...
      Kinda old n I can't sleep at night after drinking coffee..

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  21. I am also not a big drinker of tea but we do have green tea when dining in Japanese restaurants.

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