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    I personally prefer coffee to tea. Keeps we awake during my lessons in college.
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    English tea, made in a teapot with proper tea leaves. Once you try it, normal tea just tastes like hot water with sugar in it :yep:
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    Prefer milky with 2 sugars, but sometimes once a week I go without milk and only 1 sugar.

    And they say a cold shower will wake you up...
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    Twinings Lapsang Souchong, Earl Grey, or Darjeeling - in that order of preference. I don't mind ordinary teas, but I wouldn't buy them myself.

    A bit of milk but not too much, no sugar.

    Although I'm terrible at making it compared to my father, he always brews it for the perfect amount of time - not too long or too short. So I haven't bothered making any while at university. I make him make me some whenever I visit home.
    This thread has made me want tea though. I might just buy some and try to learn to get my timing as perfect as his.
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    (Original post by Average Joe Named Akshmir)
    This thread is now porn thread.
    so the comments were like

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    THIS IS NOW A PORN THREAD
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    Can't drink it, can't drink hot, drinks they make me retch.



    Never even tried iced tea.
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    Nai char (bubble tea) please
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    Just a cup of tea. No milk, no sugar, just tea. Make it strong though; none of this dishwater.

    But if someone else is making, I'll take what I'm given.

    I'm drinking peppermint tea at the moment though, as I have a sore throat and a blocked nose; it appears to be helping
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    (Original post by H.JJJ)
    so the comments were like

    tea
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    THIS IS NOW A PORN THREAD
    Correction:

    tea
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    THIS IS NOW A PORN THREAD
    tea
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    tea

    He shouldn't have tried to interupt a thread about tea on a British student forum.
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    normal tea....some ****...about 2-3 sugards

    chai....LOTS OF SUGAR
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    tea..pshh
    i always drink hot chocolate
    (what am i doing in a tea lovers/enthusiasts thread you ask? checking out the competition)
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    (Original post by Ribbits)
    Correction:

    tea
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    THIS IS NOW A PORN THREAD
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    He shouldn't have tried to interupt a thread about tea on a British student forum.
    lol agreed
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    Chai should be without milk
    Err, I'm pretty sure most Indians would disagree with you. In fact, traditionally, chai is made by boiling milk rather than water and adding the tea to that.
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    (Original post by Ribbits)
    Correction:

    tea
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    THIS IS NOW A PORN THREAD
    tea
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    He shouldn't have tried to interupt a thread about tea on a British student forum.
    :yep: :yep:
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    Tea is very healthy enjoy all its glories
    i usually add evaporated milk and 2 spoon of sugar to my tea, which is tasty and soothing.
    I sometimes buy spicy tea from sainsbury, which is quite different to PG tip.
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    Normal standard tea, milk, 2 white sugars, perfect

    I've tried green tea before, can't say I was a fan I had to put in loads of sugar for it to taste nice, which kind of defeated the object of green tea in the first place.
    I've also tried peppermint when I was skiing, which was better but still prefer normal tea.
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    quite milky, no sugar
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    Milk, no sugar and it has to be made by me. If someone else is making I'd rather have a diet coke, thanks.

    Putting the kettle on now...
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    (Original post by generalebriety)
    Err, I'm pretty sure most Indians would disagree with you. In fact, traditionally, chai is made by boiling milk rather than water and adding the tea to that.
    Well for me, chai should be without milk, which is the way I learnt to drink it in Tanzania, and how my friends learnt to drink it in Kenya. I'm not saying that this is THE correct way of drinking it, but it's the way I want my chai..
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    Assam, the emperor of teas. Brewed strong, so that when you add a decent amount of milk it still turns a deep bronze colour. No sugar. God's gift to mankind. Add some form of decadent biscuit to increase the indulgence factor. :yep:

    Tea makes me happy...
 
 
 
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