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  • View Poll Results: Correct way to make tea in a mug?
    Tea bag in first then add water, remove teabag then add milk.
    165
    57.29%
    Tea bag in first then add water, add milk then remove teabag.
    81
    28.13%
    Water in first then add Teabag, remove teabag then add milk.
    16
    5.56%
    Water in first then add Teabag, add milk then remove teabag.
    8
    2.78%
    Milk first then adding water/teabag.
    18
    6.25%

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    -Put tea bag in

    -pour hot water

    -remove tea bag

    -add sugar

    :gah:
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    - Teabag in cup
    - Add water
    - Leave to brew
    - Remove teabag
    - Add milk

    Any other way isn't British!! ;-)
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    As an avid teapot user I feel awfully discriminated against here.
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    (Original post by mrfletch)
    As an avid teapot user I feel awfully discriminated against here.
    Make a new thread and poll.

    Teapot and teabags,
    Teapot and tea leaves.
    Mug and teabags,
    Mug and tea leaves

    And any others I'm forgetting.

    Reckon it'll be 90% mug and bags though.


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    (Original post by DropkickSmurfy)
    - Teabag in cup
    - Add water
    - Leave to brew
    - Remove teabag
    - Add milk

    Any other way isn't British!! ;-)
    Ahem, what about the tea leaves?
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    Ahem, what about the tea leaves?
    Well you know what I mean, you can substitute teabag for other tea methods, but the same order applies!

    And of course, sometimes for cup, read kettle and then add a "pour" in!
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    (Original post by DropkickSmurfy)
    Well you know what I mean, you can substitute teabag for other tea methods, but the same order applies!

    And of course, sometimes for cup, read kettle and then add a "pour" in!
    And, of course, you go wring when you put milk in
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    And, of course, you go wring when you put milk in
    I don't always have milk in my tea, it depends on what type of tea it is.
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    (Original post by DropkickSmurfy)
    I don't always have milk in my tea, it depends on what type of tea it is.
    D:
    Somebody who knows how to tea. This is a joyous day indeed.
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    Ahem, what about the tea leaves?
    If you want, read the post above yours that I made and go make a new poll.

    Any opinions I missed?

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