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    Strong and dark, just like my men.
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    How can you drink tea the colour of clay!? I thought Houses of Parliament brown was bad enough!

    I make mine with one strong tea bag and leave it for about ten minutes. I might put a small amount of milk in, then again, I might not. I don't have sugar unless I'm ill.
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    I don't drink tea regularly but when I do it's got to be really sweet. So one tea bag, 3 teaspoon's of sugar and lots of milk and I don't allow it to cool so I do get a burnt tongue sometimes.
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    (Original post by TimmonaPortella)
    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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    turns out 'lotta' was just you, now I've re-read the thread.

    You got to have it nice and strong! aha
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    Tea, with honey
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    My favorite china mug. One teabag (i let it brew for several minutes) just a splash of semi- skimmed milk and two spoons of sugar. Always accompanied by some biscuits
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    Little milk,1 tsp sugar
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    (Original post by limetang)
    That would entirely depend on the tea.

    I'd have a tea like an Assam (for example) served with milk. Something like an earl gray for example however I'd have black.
    No lemon?
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    (Original post by battycatlady)
    I like my tea bag to be left to mash for ages then only with a tiny bit of milk. No sugar
    So it stews? I don't like it like that its too pungent.

    You'd like NHS tea. It's always stewed!
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    Has to be PG with milk.
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    Strong, with a bit of sugar and a little more lemon.

    It's good with milk too
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    (Original post by CodeJack)
    Milk, one or no sugar, depending on mood :P To the people who leave their teabag in when pouring milk: WHY?!
    I know it bugs me too!
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    (Original post by thegreenchildren)
    I like it peppermint flavour. Yum!
    Heretic! It's not really tea!!!
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    2 sugars, a little hotter than what most would drink their tea. Oh, and I only drink green tea. Also, medium strength.
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    I like it made for me, strong and milky.
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    I usually drink chai with milk and one tea spoon of honey. I just leave the tea bag in while I drink it, I like my tea strong!
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    Tea is revolting. The End.
    #TeamCoffee all the way
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    Not particularly strong, no milk and one or two teaspoons of sugar, occasionally with a slice of lemon. I always add a bit of cold water after I've made it so I don't burn my mouth though.
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    Black, one sugar, brewed for 5 minutes.

    I like my tea stroooong! :fuhrer:
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    I only tend to drink tea after game of football. Weird habit i guess.

    2 sugars and a bit of milk.
 
 
 
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