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    I'm lucky that my DH makes a fantastic cup of tea. I think I'll keep him 😊

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    My dh when he actually makes me one. Does a lovely cup of tea.
    When I first started drinking tea I like it milky but the last few months i need just a dash of milk.
    Becoming quite the connesouir with my twinnings afternoon tea 😁

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankenmum View Post
    I'm lucky that my DH makes a fantastic cup of tea. I think I'll keep him 😊
    I had the exact same thought!

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    Default Tea drinkers unite!

    My DH is a great tea maker, if he is away for the night the thing I miss the most is him getting up to the kids and bringing me a cup of tea in bed
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    Love English Breakfast. Hate Earl Grey. Tried a fruit tea once - hated it. I've never tried green tea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil M View Post
    Love English Breakfast. Hate Earl Grey. Tried a fruit tea once - hated it. I've never tried green tea!
    Green tea tastes a bit like dirty dish water to me πŸ˜πŸ˜…

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankenmum View Post
    Green tea tastes a bit like dirty dish water to me
    I've had a few green teas in my time, but I just can't get into it the way I'm into normal tea.

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    I'm not really a fan of green tea either. The only one I have liked is the one my friend gave me that is so flavoured with other things that it doesn't taste like green tea.

    ETA: scrap that. I've just checked the label on the tin. My friend told me it was green tea, but it is actually oolong! Guess I don't much like green tea regardless.
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    I don't love green tea. I like it when eating sushi/yum cha as I think it works well with the style of food.

    I do have a peach green tea that I don't mind though.

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    blech - green tea

    had way too much of that while TTC to ever enjoy it. EVER.


 

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