"The European thing was a joke. I don't drink hot tea because I'm from the South ... where its often hot, and we know that tea is properly consumed over ice.
I meant how does it taste iced? Is it meant as a hot…"
"European? I'm pretty sure there are literally millions more non-Euros drinking tea than Euros but whatever. ;)
I got it at a sushi place in my building but I suspect that anywhere that has a decent selection of tea will have…"
I use Murray's, but it hasn't been holding well or giving me much height lately, due to the humidity. I live in Maryland and it is very humid, all year round. It doesn't work well because of that. I love Murray's because it lasts a while and it works well with my wallet. I have a minimum wage job that makes it hard for me to buy expensive products. So, what is the best water based pomade for under $8? I'm looking for one with high hold and low to medium shine.See More
A group dealing with hair-pomade. Whether you've got a pomp, waves, or a classic barbershop-style; You love pomade?- You're welcome.Come and join the discussion on pomade and all things related to pomade! See More
"I can only answer for hairstyle. Go with an undercut (shaved on the sides and back, long on the top) and part it to the side with some product. I just got one myself and I love it. It's easy to manage and it looks good for all occasions. You…"
I have tasted the world's manliest tea!It tastes like camp fire and leather! It's like the scotch of teas! Gents, meet lapsang souchong! Fun facts:It was invented by soldiersThe leaves are smoke-dried over pine wood fireTea dealers describe it as tasting like cigars and single malt whiskyWinston Churchill was a lapsang souchong drinkerMy wood-chopping abilities have increased by 267% after drinking this tea(4/5 of those statements are actually true.)So if you ever want to have scotch-like…See More