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    @melimum, I've been "banned" from buying any more until I finish at least 3 of the teas I have (because I can't actually fit any more in).

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    I love tea but I drink just my ordinary twinnings earl grey mostly with a dash of milk. But I do enjoy camomile, peppermint, and many many others.

    Just a word on the t2 ones, they're awesome but a lot of them (iced ones etc) have sugar already, hence you wouldn't need to add more

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    I'm an English breakfast girl normally. Don't mind a herbal tea every now and again.

    I picked this up on clearance at Coles the other day. OMG it's amazing!!

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    I like the Tetley Forest Fruits or Peach pyramid bags if I'm going for a fruit tea.

    For an everyday standard tea we enjoy Twinings Earl Grey.

    I might start getting back into loose leaf tea again - some great suggestions in this thread!

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    Just wanted to share my current tea selection with my fellow tea lovers. Not overly adventurous but very tasty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyV View Post
    Just wanted to share my current tea selection with my fellow tea lovers. Not overly adventurous but very tasty!

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    But they are tea staples. You need them!

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    So, in the theme of teas - need a new teapot.

    It will be used to brew 2 cups of tea mostly. But I cannot find any I like the look of enough to buy.

    No glass/see through ones. Help!?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    So, in the theme of teas - need a new teapot.

    It will be used to brew 2 cups of tea mostly. But I cannot find any I like the look of enough to buy.

    No glass/see through ones. Help!?!
    Have you checked the t2 ones? I bought a small one cup pot which I use everyday and it's great (perfect size, no drips) and also a bigger 4 cup one for when people come over. I'm sure they will do 2-3 cup pots too.

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    The Tea Centre has some nice ones. I've got a 2 cup pot from there - my work colleagues got it for me as a farewell gift.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nh2489 View Post
    Have you checked the t2 ones? I bought a small one cup pot which I use everyday and it's great (perfect size, no drips) and also a bigger 4 cup one for when people come over. I'm sure they will do 2-3 cup pots too.
    I looooooved so many of their teapots but I am pretty sure DH will not agree lol.

    I think I might take him in the next time we go to the shops.

    I will get a 1 cup one at the same time if I can make a decision...


 

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