well I like earl grey with a slice of lemon , I was brought up drinking what we call breakfast tea here in the US ..The Brits drink Tea a lot ..You get offered tea in each house and I would say they drink about 5-6 cups a day ....
I think i want to be British now lol mmmmmm tea. I dont think ive had earl grey with a slice of lemon. I think i have some earl grey im going to try that. I also like Irish Breakfest tea. Have you tried? o i should also ask how many cups of tea too lol
My favorite is authentic Irish tea with a bit of real cream and a little sugar. A couple of butter cookies or biscuits on the side makes it complete. The rite tea transforms me into a total different place and time. This is exp. useful if I am totally stressed out.
Yup Breakfast tea is good , and a couple of Biccy's thrown in .I used to drink Tea Lot Now I drink coffee, but when I go back to England I drink tea a lot the family make it non stop ..I do like some green tea but it doesnt taste wonderful....
I like Green because its good for us, the taste is okay too, but earl grey would actually be my fav too with milk though. Coffee I love and I like cream in coffee but just a tiny drop, not to make it milky looking..
Tea I like honey in. I also like other teas too. I just started drinking Dandelion recently, its not bad.
At the moment I am drinking Jasmine green,(one of my favorites), but I usually start my mornings with Irish Breakfast, with a little honey.
My brother gave me a huge sampler of teas many, many years ago (I think I was 16). That was an experience, tasting 30 different teas! Has anyone ever tried Lapsang Souchong? As I recall, we used to say it was like "drinking a campfire"! Very smokey flavor.
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