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    Sugar in tea is just wrong.
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    (Original post by CLPsych)
    Tea - milky with three sugars.
    Coffee - Black with 2 sugars.

    Ahhh sorry about that I was meant to + you but my finger slipped I have my tea and coffee like that too :five:
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    Tea, always tea!
    tea with a little bit of milk (not much) and 1.5 sugars! absolutely essential for every single morning!
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    Tea at 7am usually,
    2 sugars, bit of milk, medium-ish-strong.

    Then coffee at 11am. Standard strong black coffee with 2 sugars.
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    As a general rule, no milk and no sugar for tea or coffee. If I'm in a rush I'll have soya milk in coffee though. And always lemon in Earl Grey or Lapsang.
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    I have it as an enema.
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    Decaff Coffee, two sugars, milk, piping hot.
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    whatever kind of tea I can find :L (fruit tea is actually quite nice!)
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    Yorkshire tea. Stew the bag for exactly a minute. Remove. A dash of semi-skimmed milk. Under no circumstances sugar.

    To concoct it any other way would be an act of revolution.

    Also, fruit tea only after mid-afternoon. No milk or sugar. Tea bag stays in.
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    Either green tea (my favourite is Twinings orange and lotus flower) or coffee maker coffee, generally black


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    Strong Tea - Milk no sugar
    White Coffee - Two sugars
    Three in one Lipton
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    A nice big cup of strong tea with some milk. :love:. Biscuits are lovely but not essential.

    Some people may find this horrific but I put 2 teabags per big cup of tea on cold mornings. :innocent: I read somewhere that if you keep a teabag brewing for too long all the tannins coming out.

    And, no sugar. Definately no. Sugar in tea is for the weak.....
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      Dr. Pepper, straight from the bottle.
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      Musically :pierre:

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      (Original post by a5000)
      Tea with milk and 1 sugar. How people can drink tea without any sugar, I'll never know


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      Sugar isn't too bad, its without milk- I can't understand! :confused:
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      Tea, strong but with a reasonable quantity of milk. Something like a dark golden oak colour. No sugar. I quite like Punjana and Twinings Everyday at the moment.

      I don't drink coffee very often, but if I do, it's black with no sugar.
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      (Original post by Lizzie232)
      Black coffee no sugar...not instant if i can help it.
      I'm the same. :five:
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      Tea, milk, 1.5 sugars, at home. At uni I usually just have water, or maybe some apple juice
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      How people have more than one sugar in tea I'll never understand, it utterly violates the integrity of the drink.

      Tea: small amount of milk, no sugar, strong
      Coffee: black, no sugar
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      Tea: Medium strength with lots of milk or a green tea with pomegranate (Twinings)
     
     
     
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