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Why doesn't everyone?
Is tetleys breakfast tea?
means it's impossible for you to dislike it you cretin
And tetleys doesn't so I guess I'm not a cretin.
grow some nuts and get yerself some Yorkshire, ffs.
PG Tips has no taste.
that and camomile... getting old throws some weird curve balls
I am slightly suspicious of you as a human being now.
because i'm not a british stereotype
I put milk in it though, does this make me scum?
and nearly everybody drinks shitty pleb tea
and get on the Lady Grey. You won't regret it.
all makes sense now
I've only ever drank this with horrible soya milk in at my sister's. it's probably okay.
what's the one that tastes like bonfire?
might whip it out for autumn.
hey, maybe I might use the teabags to flavour some recipes
Can I have some please?
Then you've *arrived*
if you made them a cup of tea to their EXACT specifications, could tell you what kind of tea it was. same goes for coffee, wine and whisky. you're all idiots.
coffee is hot
wine is not
(I've even got that little rhyme to help me remember)
but the best tea is assam and you will not be having milk or sugar with that/ of you want something delicate/flowery perhaps try darjeeling or an oolong or gunpowder these arnt quite as mild as green teas but are not as balls to wall black.
Mrs knees likes a white tea....bai mudan
stopped seeing it as much these days though
Dragonfly's 'swirling mist' white tea. (which is twice the price)
Williamsons. It's much better and more flavoursome than Twinnings or any of that weak nonsense.
also like lady grey.
bit of milk in your lady and earl grey, one sugar in your darjeeling...love it. YEAH tea. i used to be all like 'nah, tea' and now i'm more like 'totally, tea'. cheers.
more than ordinary tea
has more taste
Morning up to lunch: traditional strong builders tea
After lunch: Earl Grey with a splash of milk
Evening: Red Bush
There was even a tea tally chart once here in the office to shame the tea-loaders who never made one but would gladly accept one!
Do they make Earl Grey green tea? That would work better I reckon. I make tea out of proper tea leaves, it is about 300 times better than the dusty grotty teabags everyone uses. It is like the difference between proper coffee from a coffee shop and an instant coffee out of a machine in taste, srsly.