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    Coffee fanboy myself but what do you do when you make yours to make it that bit better? I like to use a press but lets stick to kettles.
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    3 sugars, just a little milk and a tea-spoon and a half coffee.
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    Black coffee. No sugar.

    First thing in the morning so I can feel it's warmth in my empty stomach :cool:
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    Tea, Drop of milk and two sugars ^^
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    brewed really strong, with lots of milk, for both.


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    Tea: Tiny bit of milk, no sugar. Like it nice and strong.

    Coffee: Small amount of milk, 1 sugar.

    I am never without a cup of tea in my hand, and the kettle is perpetually on in my house. Even as I type this, there is a cup of tea next to me
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    I love both.

    But for tea, 2 sweeteners or some honey and a lil bit of milk. Enough to make it golden :yep:

    And for coffee, 2 sweeteners and a whole lotta milk.

    And don't forget the biscuits :yep:


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    Drink about six cups of both everyday.

    Tea: mildly strong and no sugar.
    Coffee: strong again and two sugars.
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    Earl Grey , 1 sugar, no milk :sogood: :coma:

    For coffee, it has to be a double espresso shot.
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    Camomile tea
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    Both black and sorta strong, unless I need to be quick then it gets soya milk added in. I have an Aeropress espresso maker thing, which makes alright coffee, although my dad has a really nice stove top espresso maker back home which I miss
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    Lady Grey, one and a half sugars and a little milk. Unf.
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    Bog standard Tetley's tea bag, 1 to 2 teaspoons of brown sugar, about 3/4 full of hot water, and a load of milk

    Does taste pretty nice with powered milk, really sweet, but doesn't cool it down, and I can't be bothered waiting around all day for it to cool ¬_¬
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    Regular tea with soya milk and a sugar, coffee the same and then herbal tea without anything (although green tea & honey is a winner when your ill)
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    Tea: no sugars, dash of semi skimmed milk


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    I make my tea in such a funky way

    I use a pan, put a few ml of water in it whilst boiling the rest with a kettle. I crush some cardamoms and put it into the pan so the little bit of water soaks it up and the flavour is in it. Then I add the boiling water, around 3 or 4 tablespoons of sugar, 2 tea bags and let it all boil up. Then I put it into a flask and put some milk in my mug before I pour it in.

    I like to dunk anything and everything in my tea!
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    Tea: Indian Tea - Warm water, milk and loose tea in a pan -once it's boiled - pour it into a cup through a sieve - Ta Da! Fab tea!
    Coffee: 1 1/2 sugar, 1 1/2 coffee and Milk. Warm milk on the stove in a pan first. Add sugar and coffee in the mug. Once milk has boiled add it into the mug!
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    Tea - preferably with Punjana teabags.

    Boil up the milk in a pan, ensure you don't get the cream in your mug, and throw in a teaspoon of sugar.

    Sorted.
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    Tea: Lots of milk, but also strong tea, so it ends up the same dark colour.

    Coffee: Either black or white, but ground not instant, and the fresher the better.

    No sugar. Sugar has no place in caffeinated beverages.
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    Chai tea, as MsFahima posted. Amazing. Especially with honey.

    Coffee, black.
 
 
 
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