What an odd but awesome question, both of course!
I have a pantry in my head
(yes, odd place for a pantry, but that's where my dry goods are kept) and have an entire shelf dedicated to tea and coffee.
I have both a French press (the French press is rarely used) and percolator. Every morning I fire up the perc on the alcohol stove, its not just about the product, the ritual and percolating sound are worth the effort on their own.
In the evening I like Egyptian camomile (non cafinated), afternoon, green tea, if I'm short on time (to percolate), then black tea in the morning.
If I plan on getting sauced I like to start out with a coffee and baileys while I'm sailing (not real baileys, the cheap
wine based stuff).
I carry Argentinian matcha and pot for my little brother who needs it to stay up all night playing video games.
I have a Japanese tea set in case I feel like a ritual.
My mom works in Bolivia, and brings back Coca tea for me, which every one loves, but we dare not enter US waters with.
In cold weather
I like to make tea in the Indian style, using milk instead of water and lots of spices.
If I need an energy fix I'll do black tea with a little butter.
If I really feel like chilling then camomile or a tasty herbal tea with a teaspoon of a different kind of butter
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