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    Tio de Janeiro with 1 1/2 sugars and milk. Sometimes earl grey

    I do like the odd blend of loose tea. Earl grey cream (Earl grey with vanilla) with milk and sugar is lush, and I do like a chai tea.
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    One teabag folded five times to ensure maximum stronginess and minimum time out of my seatiness. No sugar and the tiniest, tiniest bit of milk, yazoo if I've got any...
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    Earl Grey, Lady Grey, English Breakfast -traditional
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    Iced, with lemon, made by Liptons.
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    Quite strong, with just a drop of milk so that it's really dark. I quite like Earl Grey first thing in the morning, and then just normal, traditional tea for the rest of the day.
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    with a hint of vodka
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    Raw.
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    No milk and no sugar, I beg of thee!
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    (Original post by Kabloomybuzz)
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    Tio de Janeiro with 1 1/2 sugars and milk. Sometimes earl grey

    I do like the odd blend of loose tea. Earl grey cream (Earl grey with vanilla) with milk and sugar is lush, and I do like a chai tea.
    TDJ for me too; one sugar and milk.
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    Oh, and I (learnt to) LOVE green tea with one sugar! Sometimes I switch between plain green tea to green tea with lemon. It's very invigorating.
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    In no particular order: chuck a teabag in, chuck some water and then pour some milk = tea done. I'm not picky. c:
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    1 chai tea bag, then add boiling water and 2 teaspoons of sugar. Let it sit for a few minutes. Squeeze the teabag Then add soya milk.


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    I like my tea in bed. I really like it if someone else brings me tea in bed. I like it best with some digestive biscuits to dunk.
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    I am a bit of a T-holic, I have had all the posh ones, and some of the weird ones. I am however happy with any generic Teabag, nursed constantly and gently coaxing out the flavour, two spoons and a little milk, can't beat it, now I'm salivating for another cuppa. Cheers.
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    Incidentally I use the spent Teabags, bags removed, to propogate seedlings in, especially acid loving plants like dahlia, also mulching around rhodendrons, camillia etc.
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    Well-brewed, small amount of milk, no sugar. Classic
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    two tetley tea bags, no sugar, quite milky... stir and stir then take the tea bags out. It should resemble the colour of auburn hair and i drink it while its still hot, though i do let it cool for about five minutes.
    Tastes better in "my favourite mug", which is any mug which has minnie mouse on it? odd as i have never really had an interest in minnie mouse.
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    (Original post by HarveyCanis)
    I only have Assam usually
    Assam in the mornings is weird. It's an evening drink.

    Anyway, in most tea I have a little bit of milk and nothing else, having brewed it for some minutes. I have a little bit of milk in Earl Grey, too (haters gon hate).

    edit: lotta people in here doing two bags to a cup. So decadent.

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    (Original post by Elliefinnerty94)
    two tetley tea bags, no sugar, quite milky... stir and stir then take the tea bags out. It should resemble the colour of auburn hair and i drink it while its still hot, though i do let it cool for about five minutes.
    Tastes better in "my favourite mug", which is any mug which has minnie mouse on it? odd as i have never really had an interest in minnie mouse.
    turns out 'lotta' was just you, now I've re-read the thread.
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    Earl Grey tea, no milk, 2 sugars.

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    (Original post by TimmonaPortella)
    Assam in the mornings is weird. It's an evening drink.
    I've never really been able to stick to the whole "timeslot" thing. I adore strong, malty tea all the time, my preferences don't really change throughout the day. Although admittedly I find it difficult to have EG later on, but idk why that's the case.
 
 
 
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