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A nice cup of tea

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21 Feb
12:12am, 21 Feb 2020
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Night-owl
Columba, not a Yorkshire girl either
17 Mar
2:49pm, 17 Mar 2020
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Wriggling Snake
I reckon the time has come for this thread and the nation to unite as one, bar the coffee lovers obvs.
17 Mar
2:50pm, 17 Mar 2020
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McGoohan
*Angrily waves gold blend jar at the gates*
17 Mar
2:55pm, 17 Mar 2020
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Nicholls595
~ wonders why I have never seen Maccers-Goohers and Gareth Hunt in the same room? ~
27 Jun
9:54am, 27 Jun 2020
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Alice the Camel
I’ve discovered a new favourite tea.
I’ve always drunk Earl Grey as a first choice. We stayed in a budget hotel in France in February and the EG choice was Fleurs Bleu by Palais des Thés. It’s gorgeous! I’ve just ordered some, now their online shop is up and running again after lockdown.
27 Jun
9:57am, 27 Jun 2020
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Derby Tup
I drink way more coffee than tea but have had two wonderful mugs of Yorkshire tea this morning
27 Jun
10:48am, 27 Jun 2020
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GimmeMedals
Save some for when I come to visit Alice. I have Earl Grey on subscription from Brew Tea company. It looks similar but has orange instead of cornflowers in it.
27 Jun
11:56am, 27 Jun 2020
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Alice the Camel
I bought a kilo, GM, not appreciating quite how much a kilo of tea leaves would be. There will be plenty left for when you visit, along with anyone else who fancies popping in.
27 Jun
12:05pm, 27 Jun 2020
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GimmeMedals
lol I get 500g delivered every 2 months....

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I'm making a cup of tea.
This is how I make it.
Yorkshire Teabags.
Milk first - pour the water i...
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