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    Just ew. Wtf is wrong with you people
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    It's quite easy. You just put the teabag and water (any order), add milk (optional) and then drink it.
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    Yep, 7 tablespoons of sugar in every cup, and three in the morning, noon and night. =D
    With biscuits of course!
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    I've known people to use honey instead.
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    I have my tea without sugar after being weaned off it.

    What I truly cannot understand is black tea :eviltongue: it's so bitter!
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    (Original post by starfab)
    I've known people to use honey instead.
    When I say Honey, you say Tea.
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    Because I like my tea how I like myself: bitter and strong
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    Because tea should be good 'n' strong (TM).
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    It's nice like that Just have one biscuit with it, no need for sugar lol.
    Black tea is nasty tho, how can people drink that.
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    (Original post by ATW1)
    When I say Honey, you say Tea.
    X factor?
    Sugar, honey, iced tea.
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    (Original post by Qinge)
    Because I like my tea how I like myself: bitter and strong
    :rofl:
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    I love tea with sugar. I drink tea without sugar sometimes.
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    It's okay depending on the teabag you're using. Yorkshire is quite good.
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    you don't have sugar in herbal tea.
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    Quite easily
    I get my sugar in other forms...
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    (Original post by Ham22)
    you don't have sugar in herbal tea.
    I have sugar in my peppermint tea. Well I mean I use Icing sugar.


    But most cups of tea do not need any sugar unless they are low quality. Sugar ruins the taste
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    idk it tastes like rust without the sugar :rofl:
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
    Quite easily
    I get my sugar in other forms...
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    wow.

    Gotta love a good custard cream still
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    It's just a matter of what you've got used to. I started drinking tea with whole milk, them semi-skimmed, and now skimmed. If I have to have semi-skimmed, it tasted like cream. The same is true of sugar, I started with 1.5 teaspoons of it, but now take none. Given that I drink a gallon a day of the stuff, it's probably best that way!
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    (Original post by TK_23)
    wow.

    Gotta love a good custard cream still
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    Eww no - need chocolate
    need more calories
    need a form of sugar that doesn't ruin but compliments the taste of tea :yep:BOURBONS = LIFEnuff said m8 :heart:
 
 
 
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