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BooksCatsCoffee wrote:I have both a Senseo and a Keurig and have to say the Keurig makes great tea as well as coffee. Quite a few varieties are available - black, green, and herb - and so far I've enjoyed them all.
Some of my favorites are:
Twinings Earl Grey (both reg and decaf)
Gloria Jean's Mango (totally yummy)
Celestial Seasonings Mandarin Orange Spice (wonderful in the afternoon)
Timothy's Camomile (I have a cup nearly every night before bed)
Timothy's Peppermint (a great pick-me-up in the afternoon when I don't want any more caffeine)
The Keurig also makes great coffee, imo, and is both clean and fast.
(I love the Senseo, too, but it's pretty much a coffee machine, imo, even though there are some teas available for it.)
If I had to have only one, it would be the Keurig. Happily, I 'm not limited so I get the best of both.
Edit: I forgot to address the subject line! No, you don't use regular tea bags. The teas I mentioned (and many more) all come in K-Cups.
Bucfanmike wrote: I personally dont like the my k-cup for coffee either.
queen frostine wrote:I want to purchase a single serve coffee machine for our family. I've looked around and there seem to be a lot of choices. I don't drink coffee, so I would like a machine that makes hot tea (I drink tons - hopelessly addicted Stash Chai Spice). Are there any machines that will take a regular tea bag?
Bucfanmike wrote:i tried a tea bag in the my k-cup...no go. I personally dont like the my k-cup for coffee either.
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