18 responses

  1. xSHANTIx
    January 4, 2006

    GURUMUSTUK SINGH i was gonna do a post on my blog about Yogi Tea!! Evertime i think of a subject for my blog you come up with something similar, its scary! So stop stealing my thoughts!! LOL! Im running out of blog ideas. Anyhoo im a Huggggge fan of Yogi Tea, i found a shop here that sells nearly every variety, its Yogi Tea heaven. :D:D:D:D To those who havent tried it, go buy some, theres so many varities that you will definitely find one to suit your taste. And they really help with colds and sore throats.

  2. Gurumustuk Singh
    January 4, 2006

    Hahaha Yeah…I’m just doing mind reading to steal ideas. Seriously though…a few days ago I was meditating and all these ideas for the blog came through and I wrote them all down. I guess I picked up your thoughts (unknowingly though).

    I had to delete your last comment because the long web address was messing up the page layout.

    Here is the message you posted:

    “i forgot to add.. CHUG A LUG CHUG A LUG MUG OF YOGI TEA yogi tea!! Yes there’s even a yogi tea song!”

    This is a funny song…by a friend Guru Trang Singh.

    Ps. You broke the no-comment streak. Lots of people have been visiting the blog (more than normal)…but all are quiet. I guess the regular 5 commenters are taking a break :)

  3. Gurumustuk Singh
    January 4, 2006

    Oh yeah…. I personally like the tea best fresh and home made (from scratch)….but nowadays there are so man other flavors of the tea commercially available.

  4. Anonymous
    January 5, 2006

    Gurumustuk Singh, So you dont need to add Tea Bags, as I dont drink Tea, so no tea bags.

  5. SikhsRus
    January 5, 2006

    Gurumustuk Singh,

    For those of you in west coast, Yogi Tea is available throughout in drug store chain “Longs Drugs” and “Trader Joes”. And I think Whole food also carries it.

    Also, Gurumustuk Singh Ji, How about a post on Peace Cereal and Waheguru Chews. My son wants to give Waheguru chews out at school for Valentines Day treats. I think this is great! Any way to help bring awareness about Sikhi and remove ignorance.

  6. Gurumustuk Singh
    January 5, 2006

    SikhRus: I actually already posted something about Wahguru Guru Chews. You can read it here

    You can order boxes of them here.

  7. bhupinder singh
    January 5, 2006

    This winter yogi tea rescued me from severe throat problem. Its truely a magical tea.

  8. bhupinder singh
    January 5, 2006

    I forgot to add comment on you being energetic. If i’m not wrong its pitta imbalance. Egyptian licorice flavour of yogi tea is best for you, am i right?

  9. Anonymous
    January 5, 2006

    Gurumustuk Singh, Please answer my question about the tea bags. Do you need to add tea bags ?


  10. bhupinder singh
    January 5, 2006

    Hi Anonymous,

    you can throw bag in boiling water and make tea that way too(incase you don’t have filtering mechanism). Or you can open the tea bag throw the spices in water for boiling, either way effect should be same i guess.

  11. Gurumustuk Singh
    January 5, 2006

    Anon: I personally do not add black tea to Yogi Tea, though some people who don’t want the caffiene add decaf black tea. I’m not sure how important it is too the “formula”…but the purists generally add some black tea…but it is a very small amount.

    It’s up to you…

  12. Anonymous
    January 5, 2006

    I dont drink Chai patti, can I make it with out Chai patti ?

  13. Anonymous
    January 5, 2006

    Can I just add Black Pepper cloves Cinnamon Ginger, without Chai patti (tea).

    Would I need to add milk ?

    Thanks for the tips

  14. Gurumustuk Singh
    January 5, 2006

    Yes…you can leave out the chai patti. I don’t use it in my tea.

    You could leave out the milk…but I think that buffers the tea and makes it easier on your stomach. I use other milk substitutes like rice/soy milk…and sometimes have the tea cold mixed with apple juice.

    Like I said…everyone tweaks the recipe to suit themself.

  15. Anonymous
    January 5, 2006

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    This is the very first Sikh investors forum in the world. Basically the whole premise came to the idea is as Sikhs, we need to educate ourselves in the ways of investing.

    Please tell all your friends, sign up and lets make this site as great as this one.

    We have also added some comments about YogiTea in our section of Sikh businessses.


  16. Gurumustuk Singh
    January 5, 2006

    Ok… test time. Who made Yogi Tea? Any of you give it a try?

    I need some…so please share…. :)

  17. Anonymous
    January 6, 2006

    Gurumustuk Singh, Thanks for the advice, This is a purtan tea as lots of Gursikhs dont use chai patti. I use to drink tea like this then some one told me that this will stop me from making babies as its to strong or something is this true ?

  18. Bhupinder Singh
    January 8, 2006

    Hi anonymous,

    Chai won’t stop you making babies. Its a myth that caffience is bad for semen production. There was a show mythbusters and they did try all sorts of experiments to test that myth. Yogi tea is caffiene free anyways!

    Gurumustuk ji there’s a spam post on your blog just one of two post above look carefully

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