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42 minutes ago, stevewool said:

Who leaves there teabag in :shock_40_anim_gif:

I do, how else are you going to colour your guests water. :hystery:

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6 hours ago, Gary D said:

The reason the milk goes in first is so the hot tea doesn't crack you fine china.

And the reason they say ‘only common people put the milk in first’ is because expensive good quality china doesn’t crack when hot water is poured in without milk.

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Now days with modern China you are correct but ,300 years ago things less forgiving

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3 hours ago, stevewool said:

Who leaves there teabag in :shock_40_anim_gif:

Folk who like strong tea!:muscle_80_anim_gif:

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3 hours ago, jimeve said:

Folk who like strong tea!:muscle_80_anim_gif:

Only the person with the last cup gets the tea bag left in in our household.

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On 12/3/2019 at 7:18 PM, manofthecoldland said:

What types of teas do  like you prefer in your country ?

Just curious.  Back in the 70's and 80's before Americans discovered that tea other than orange-pekoe, green and black teas existed, I used to order out of Murchie's in Vancouver after I discovered a half pound package from there that had found its way to a seldom used cabin in Noatak Village that I spent the night in one winter.  Life was very good when I'd get several half pounds of different teas and their hot cocoa shipped North to me and my family.  It was 'exotic' stuff.  

What's your mug?

The only one I find acceptable so far is Earl grey Liptons....not cheap how ever worth it.

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7 minutes ago, RBM said:

The only one I find acceptable so far is Earl grey Liptons....not cheap how ever worth it.

In Landers, they have Tetley tea,.... And yorkshire tea..... 

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  • Saw some Twinings breakfast tea in a supermarket yesterday. It was tbe best part of 300 pesos for 25 teabags.:shock_40_anim_gif:

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