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    Lapsang Souchong or Russian Caravan if I am feeling rich, whatever is on special offer if not.
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    All I need is a teabag and boiling water.
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    Assam Tea with Milk or a Green Tea
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    (Original post by rhiannon277)
    Lapsang Souchong or Russian Caravan if I am feeling rich, whatever is on special offer if not.
    I wish I could enjoy Lapsang Souchong. It reminds me of a church smell! haha
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    Yorkshire tea is just the best! God, I love tea - can’t function without it.
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    English Breakfast as an everyday tea, Earl Grey for when I'm feeling fancy :hat:
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    Anyone like peppermint tea? It’s my favourite.
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    I like to drink a fruit tea with a teaspoon of honey or some lumbs of rock sugar. Frisians tea with some tea spoons of milk and rock sugar is also good to drink.
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    (Original post by GoraSikh)
    I wish I could enjoy Lapsang Souchong. It reminds me of a church smell! haha
    Makes me think of bonfire night.
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    PG Tips, 1 sugar and a dash of milk. I used to have diabetes *COUGH* 4 sugars when I was younger lol.
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    (Original post by jupi6ter)
    Yorkshire tea is just the best! God, I love tea - can’t function without it.
    And do you add sugar or milk to tea you drink? It is quite rarely that I am drinking tea without the named additions.
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    I'm rather fond of lady grey. I don't mind a fruit tea, but more for the smell than the taste.
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    (Original post by TravelIt)
    English Breakfast
    Seems a popular flavour, I have read this sort of tea over a half dozen time, though I did ever drink it. I don't know the taste, so can you tell me what it is like?
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    loose jasmin green tea, then green, earl grey and black - but not milk - lemon and honey
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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 really like green tea and black tea 🍵
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    I use 2 teaspoons of sugar in my tea with cinnamon, I don't use normal milk, I use evaporated milk as that's traditional in my culture
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    Green Earl Grey tea is the best. But I like most green teas, especially flavoured ones, and preferably loose rather than in tea bags. Milk oolong is lovely too.
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    (Original post by Nobody101)
    I use 2 teaspoons of sugar in my tea with cinnamon, I don't use normal milk, I use evaporated milk as that's traditional in my culture
    I've never heard of using evaporated milk before, but it sounds really interesting. What culture is that from?
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