Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Bakedgoods, Jan 11, 2008.
White, fairly strong. 1.5 spoons of sugar.
This man has it bob on. Scoff all you like but after sampling many a commercial brand of tea, this is the best I've had.
Fairly strong, it has to have had time to brew, with a very small amount of milk and NO SUGAR.
Sugar in tea is an abomination
I used to have two sugars in it, but then I realised how completely and a utterly fundamentally wrong I was.
How ever my penguin makes it
PENGUIN TEA TIMER
Making tea, though easy to do, is also time consuming. Once you pour the hot water into the cup, you must patiently hover over it, waiting for the tea to steep. Well, the Penguin Tea Timer happily does the waiting for you.
Place your tea cup under the beak and set it to the desired time. As you turn the timer dial, the beak lowers the tea into the hot water. When time is up, a bell sounds and the penguin automatically lifts his beak, removing the tea bag from the water.
(p.s i dont really have this )
Very strong, milk, one level teaspoon of sugar.
Also partial to peppermint tea
Black, strong no sugar, with a nice bit of the wifes home made lemon cake.
White - medium colour (add water, one squeeze of tea bag then dispose) add milk, one sugar.
One of my web team managed to get this wrong for a meeting... and I ended up with tea with a slice of lemon in it!!!!
Flowery namby pamby Green/camomille/earl grey teas = also wrong.
English Breakfast is the only tea worth talking about
Black, strong, with no sugar, I don't like sweet tea and milk leaves a nasty film in my mouth, i find its much more refreshing black. And if it's not strong you might as well be drinking hot water.
I like black coffee too.
But i like milk on it's own sometimes.
it doesn't matter
With less tea and more coffee
Real Men Drink Coffee
With about four to five spoonfuls of sugar.
I hold mine by the handle then sip from the side, with my little finger pointing 'cos I'm posh!
Everyone knows Yorkshire Gold is the best "normal" tea.
Fair does on camomile, it's horrible, but Earl Grey and green tea aren't really the same sorta thing They're awesome!
White, 2 sugars, hot.
if i do have a cup (which is very rearly) white 2 sugers
White (digestive colour) 1 sugar, hot, can't stand lukewarm tea :/
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