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What is your favourite type of tea? Mine is peppermint, as it is soothing and aids digestion.
occasionally an Earl Grey. I had about 7 cups at work today made me feel a bit light headed!
i have about 3 cups a day :D special english import. woop.
are a fool
I drink way too much tea, at least 5 mugs a day!
I love the smoky flavour, although I have been known to corrupt it with milk and sugar but then... it tastes even nicer!
call me boring, but I love itttt.
So soothing after heavy days and nights
What's it like?
I haven't had Tetley's but I've had it in SA. I like it, and I don't like tea.
Plain old normal tea with milk and sugar. Ah.
Type of tea!!!!!!!!!!!
Tea is tea!!!!!!!!!
None of this stupid flavoured garbage
as is this stuff called Pai Mu Tan. Someone gave me a load of Pukka teas, which were nice, but all seemed to taste of licorice root...
earl grey breakfast if im hungover.
I found one type in Sainsbury's today that actually tastes quite minty despite not containing fresh mint, I've had to use so many sweeteners before to make it taste ok.
I also quite like green tea with lemon.
Chai is also really, really nice, although it's not really TEA as such.
just like you guys. I abhor other variations. "Herbal" tea is not tea. (It feels weird to agree with JDT.)
Tis a flavoured black tea and a right pain to get hold of as it does not fit into the earl gray / lapsang etc etc normal rundown.
They aren't online but if you 118 them you can get the number and talk to a very nice lady who will ship it to you.
Also. Apparently it's bad to squeeze the bag, releases the bitter part of the tea 'n all. Now I gotta reheat...damn these education tv programs! I didn't even notice it was bitter before. *shrugs*
Nothing flavoured with any other fruit or herb or anything.
and his 'Everyday Tea'.
Don't be facetious, you...you.
But I'm partial to Lapsang Souchong and Russian Caravan.
The BEST tea is ceylon.
that does Russian Caravan is a small genuinely eccentric teahouse/cafe in Glasgow called Tchai Ovna, it's well hidden and it often feels like you are walking into someone's front room unannounced, it's so small and cosy...
Their Russian Caravan is great though, and I'd love to be able to buy in it in shops so I could drink it at home.
All you can buy in Sheffield is varieties of sawdust.
God I sound like a ponce sometimes.
my sister bought me the 'Teas of the World' box. It was, quite literally, the Best Thing Ever.
peppermint is great when hungover. Clears your head out.
normal tea i'll drink any kind.
chai & rooibos are probably my faves.