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A very nicely narrated blog on how you cultivated the habit of drinking tea and how it became part of life. This signifies the bonding within family, friends and even with a tea stall fellow. Blog title is fabulous that it could refer to strength, power, or even a drug coursing through your veins, and giving a sensation of power or weakness or fear or whatever it might be. Tea definitely serves this purpose. Tea is part and parcel of life and has gained so much importance that a bad tea will lead to a bad day followed by headache or no tea will further deteriorate situation. My love for tea also cultivates from good old early childhood days at granny’s place. The typical ginger masala tea with Methi thepla was predominately served in breakfast. That tastes still prevails in my mind. During my graduation days I had having privilege of having tea outside home is near university in a rainy season, that taste and memories still refreshes mind. This taste cultivates over time. Currently after shredding 12 kgs of my weight, as advised by dietician, I am drinking black tea without sugar and believe me that also taste fantastic. Although my first choice is masala ginger tea.

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