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    In my opinion, nothing beats a good cup of tea with milk and a teaspoon of sugar. I normally have Yorkshire Tea or Typhoo Tea.
    Sometimes I'm in the mood for green tea, white tea or flavoured tea though. I really love cardamom (elaichi) tea as well.
    I just love tea.
    What's everyone's favourite tea?
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    (Original post by Ray1999)
    In my opinion, nothing beats a good cup of tea with milk and a teaspoon of sugar. I normally have Yorkshire Tea or Typhoo Tea.
    Sometimes I'm in the mood for green tea, white tea or flavoured tea though. I really love cardamom (elaichi) tea as well.
    I just love tea.
    What's everyone's favourite tea?
    I drink PG Tips with a dash of milk with no sugar for breakfast, and then green tea throughout the day.
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    Camomile and honey
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    i am an anarchist... i only drink artificial tea

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    because proper tea is theft

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    m&s earl grey with a bit of milk. would highly recommend
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    I drink green tea or black tea most of the time
    I put cardamom in both
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    I have normal tea- normally pg tips or something similar.
    I dont do any of those green teas or flavoured teas.
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    Scottish Breakfast, darjeeling,plenty of fancy asian/indian loose teas. Any fruity stuff is awful though
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    (Original post by AperfectBalance)
    Scottish Breakfast, darjeeling,plenty of fancy asian/indian loose teas. Any fruity stuff is awful though
    I agree. I don't like the fruity teas that much. I think flavoured tea is better with spices or flowery flavours. We have some rose tea that we break out on special occasions which is really nice. I used to have rose milk when I was little so it tastes a bit nostalgic.
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    (Original post by blawan)
    m&s earl grey with a bit of milk. would highly recommend
    I've had Earl Grey before and really liked it. It's got a nice flavour.
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    I prefer ringtons.
    I get it delivered every few months.
    I have tried many fruit teas and not yet found one I could drink daily.

    I drink a lot more coffee these days. flavoured lattes after studying in costa a few times a week.
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    Tea India's masala chai - milk with no sugar.

    It's the only tea I drink.
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    Green tea sustains me every day.

    I put a heaped teaspoon of loose tea in the bottom of my flask every morning and refill it with boiling water 3 or 4 times throughout the day, keeping the same tea at the bottom.

    The cheap boxes you get in Chinese supermarkets do the trick. :tea:

    (Original post by Ray1999)
    In my opinion, nothing beats a good cup of tea with milk and a teaspoon of sugar. I normally have Yorkshire Tea or Typhoo Tea.
    Sometimes I'm in the mood for green tea, white tea or flavoured tea though. I really love cardamom (elaichi) tea as well.
    I just love tea.
    What's everyone's favourite tea?
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    (Original post by Goldsmiths, University of London)
    Green tea sustains me every day.

    I put a heaped teaspoon of loose tea in the bottom of my flask every morning and refill it with boiling water 3 or 4 times throughout the day, keeping the same tea at the bottom.

    The cheap boxes you get in Chinese supermarkets do the trick. :tea:
    Universities can drink tea? :holmes: :lol:

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    Believe me, it takes a lot of caffeine to handle almost 10,000 students and keep functioning each day! :coffee:

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    Universities can drink tea? :holmes: :lol:

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    (Original post by Goldsmiths, University of London)
    Believe me, it takes a lot of caffeine to handle almost 10,000 students and keep functioning each day! :coffee:
    Not something I would doubt :lol: handling students at that large of a magnitude is definitely hard work :yep:

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    Tetley or PG tips, milk and one sugar
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    green tea or super strong English breakfast with a little milk and the tea bag left in
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    EARL GREYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY YYYYYY with 1 teaspoon of sugar
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    Yorkshire or Typhoo are my favorites too. Also a big fan of earl grey - I can buy the Taylors earl grey here in the US so I tend to drink that more than anything else. I tried some New York breakfast recently and really enjoyed it.
 
 
 
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