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A nice cup of tea

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25 May
2:12pm, 25 May 2019
31542 posts
Derby Tup
Probably Yorkshire ;-)
25 May
2:30pm, 25 May 2019
3088 posts
Neilio
Just got some free Sainsbury Red Label bags as part of their 150 year anniversary. Never had them before. The free ginger snaps my help.
25 May
9:13pm, 25 May 2019
18010 posts
Columba
Run out of milk. Have almond milk, but don't like it in tea.
25 May
10:21pm, 25 May 2019
31551 posts
Derby Tup
If we have no milk I go black and weak with a bit of brown sugar (like I used to have in Bangladesh)
26 May
9:55pm, 26 May 2019
18019 posts
Columba
Have dried milk. Marginally better (in tea) than no milk.
27 May
7:30am, 27 May 2019
28078 posts
halfpint
Loose leaf Scottish Blend (they have plastic free packaging). Best cup of tea after a weekend at my parents. Their hot water tap makes the tea taste metallic. It’s awful.
25 Jul
8:26am, 25 Jul 2019
33044 posts
Derby Tup
Yorkshire tea

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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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