i love tea.black, white, green, pu-erh, oolong, yellow, flavoured, infuses, rooibosch.. i tend to prefer loose leaf tea to compressed and the only tea in filters i drink is usually black flavoured vanilla of twinings of london (i'm so fond of that tea i wonder if i can find the loose leaf version.. i also love their lemon twist infuse, absolutely refreshing and tasty)
i usually have my tea with no sugar or other additions.. expect for the earl grey, which just calls for a cloud of milk or cream :D
i enjoy collecting nice containers and boxes for my teas, even though i cant find space enough to place as many of them as i'd like ^^ some of them are so cute.. same for teapots, i'm always forcing myself to not buy one more ahah
among the green teas, i have many faves i must admit.. i really enjoy some genmaicha right after dinner, that salty touch is so pleasant. i also like some flavoured bancha, i have a flowery one that never tires me.. as for the chinese i like jasmine chung feng a lot, let alone the everyday gunpowder special i drink a couple of cups a day :)
i'm a sucker for black teas like the already mentioned vanilla flavoured, the earl grey and the peach flavoured (i have a special peach and cream flavoured loose leaf tea by twinings that freaks me out eheh) i'm fond of the south african ntingwe kwazulu also, very particular and pleasant.
as for the white teas, i love the lin yun white downy and the xia zhou bi feng, so delicate.. and a good jasmine pearl.
i have tons of rooibos tea to drink in the evening (no caffeine and tannins is a very appreciable quality, besides it's rich in minerals and the taste is so good) or iced in the summer.. about this one, the only flavoured version i like is honey and vanilla.
i have some pretty good infuses of other kind also, even though some of them are more of a natural remedy (eucalyptus i need for the sinusitis for example)
said this, just a few pics on the subject :)