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    I'm also partial to a good old cup of Tetley's.

    Always have milk and two sugars in my tea :yep:
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    (Original post by ForgettingWhatsername)
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    I'm also partial to a good old cup of Tetley's.

    Always have milk and two sugars in my tea :yep:
    On the subject of chai, I once bought some loose orange and ginger chai, which was just awesome :awesome:
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    Tetley's Earl Grey with vanilla always a winner (Y)

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    Earl Grey or English Breakfast
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    Damn it people, it's all about PG Tips!
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    (Original post by placenta medicae talpae)
    On the subject of chai, I once bought some loose orange and ginger chai, which was just awesome :awesome:
    That sounds amazing! I'll be looking out for it next time I go to the shops
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    (Original post by ForgettingWhatsername)
    That sounds amazing! I'll be looking out for it next time I go to the shops
    This is the stuff:
    http://www.cupoftea.uk.com/ronnefeld...er-orange/p606

    It's a very good website: the prices don't immediately look great, but considering you get many months out of a packet, it's pretty reasonable really.
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    Sainsbury's green tea or lemon and ginger tea, they're gooooood


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    (Original post by rosikins)
    A bit cliche but I love Earl Grey. Coca tea is worth trying out if you ever get the chance too, it's what they give you before you go up Machu Picchu , it slows your pulse rate down= great fun!

    I have some empress grey tea bags in my cupboard at the moment, the marks and spencers ones...they're kinda alright.
    I've had yerba mate before, which I think is similar to coca tea, but with no cocaine; I really liked it.

    As for me, it'd have to be Russian Caravan or Jasmine. I'm also very partial to Choi Time Thousand Year Red.
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    (Original post by ForgettingWhatsername)
    That sounds amazing! I'll be looking out for it next time I go to the shops
    Oh, also, this has nothing to do with tea, but there was a TV programme about you this week:
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode..._Whatshername/
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    (Original post by placenta medicae talpae)
    Oh, also, this has nothing to do with tea, but there was a TV programme about you this week:
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode..._Whatshername/
    Why, it is about me! I'm famous :awesome:

    And thanks for the link, can't wait to try that tea :sogood:
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    (Original post by Kallisto)
    I wonder whether the cliche that British people drink tea to the tea time is true.
    No. It is an outdated ritual of the upper middle and upper classes. The majority of people just drink tea throughout the day or offer guests one when they come round etc.

    Another cliche that Earl Grey is the favorite of British seems to be true, if I read the comments.
    Nah. It is a speciality tea and although fairly popular - it certainly isn't standard and definitely isn't available at the majority of cafes for instance.
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    mint and cinnamon tea is quite refreshing
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    (Original post by Daniel Prince)
    Damn it people, it's all about PG Tips!
    Well said, sir!
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    Green tea, nothing added is definitely my favourite at the moment. I like the Lord Nelson one best, from Lidl (which is nice, because it's also pretty cheap!). Earl grey, no milk, tiny bit of sugar is also good.

    I can't stand most regular milk-and-sugar teas, Twinings Everyday is the only one I don't really mind.
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    (Original post by lethean girl)
    What is your favourite tea? I'm partial to pu-erh, Darjeeling, jasmine, and orange pekoe.
    my favorite tea is green tea,and i think oolong tea and white tea from China are also taste good.
    http://www.aliexpress.com/store/grou...250450331.html
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    Barrys.

    I'd drink Earl Grey because it gives me an air of sophistication. Unfortunately it tastes like muck.
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    (Original post by Daniel Prince)
    Damn it people, it's all about PG Tips!
    Yeah it is!
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    Twining's Green Tea
    Sainsbury's lemon green tea
    Sainsbury's fruity selection teas
    Twining's camomile tea

    I love tea.
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    Lady Gray then Earl Gray
 
 
 
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