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    @Frakenmum, here's that tea cup with it's matching teapot, they come as a little set. My bestie got it from T2.IMG_1494304619.980931.jpgIMG_1494304631.062632.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Uniquey View Post
    @Frakenmum, here's that tea cup with it's matching teapot, they come as a little set. My bestie got it from T2.Attachment 90168Attachment 90169
    Gorgeous! Love the handle on the teapot, so elegant. Teapot envy!

    I need to check out the Tea Center too, is it similar to T2?

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    Can I gatecrash? I haven't drunk caffeine for years I would have the very rare herbal tea and that's it. For some reason the last couple of weeks (maybe from reading along in this thread?!) I've been tempted back to tea drinking! I prefer plain black tea, strongish no sugar or milk thanks I bought some twinings Darjeeling in my woolworths delivery coming tomorrow and dilmah Ceylon single blend which is what I used to drink back in the day!

    I rewarded myself for doing well on an assignment today by buying myself this special mug I was eyeing off from the Hamlin fistula charity shop can't wait for it to arrive in the post and enjoy a cup of tea in it!
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    @gingermillie, you'd probably like Twining's 'Assam Bold' tea, it's my morning tea and not unlike how you described your preference in tea.

    Awesome cup by the way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Uniquey View Post
    @gingermillie, you'd probably like Twining's 'Assam Bold' tea, it's my morning tea and not unlike how you described your preference in tea.

    Awesome cup by the way!
    How does the Twinings English Breakfast rate against the Assam Bold?

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    Twinings English Breakfast is my every day tea. I obviously really enjoy it. It's actually not quite as good as my Harrods Englisb Breakfast, but my Harrods one is loose leaf, so that's to be expected. Have never had the Assam bold to compare though.

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    Mine too @Tinydancer, except I usually have to squeeze the teabag excessively because I lurve a strong tea. I'm now thinking I should be adventurous and try a stronger tea... not as adventurous as to try a different brand though haha

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    @Koarlo, I used to have Twinings English Breakfast, but DH likes his tea strong, so we tried Assam and it's definitely a stronger tea, absolutely no need to brew longer or use 2 bags. Flavour-wise, they're pretty close, both smooth, but the Assam's bolder.

    Value-wise, you get 80 tea bags in the Assam Bold and 100 tea bags in the English Breakfast Box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny Dancer View Post
    Twinings English Breakfast is my every day tea. I obviously really enjoy it. It's actually not quite as good as my Harrods Englisb Breakfast, but my Harrods one is loose leaf, so that's to be expected. Have never had the Assam bold to compare though.
    Nice! I buy Harrods English Breakfast when on sale at DJ's.

    Have you tried Fortnum and Mason teas, they're equally as lovely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Uniquey View Post
    Nice! I buy Harrods English Breakfast when on sale at DJ's.

    Have you tried Fortnum and Mason teas, they're equally as lovely.
    No, but I would really like to try them. I am on a ban from buying more tea until I finish some of the teas that I have. The tea cupboard is full and I am not allowed to put any more tea in the pantry.


 

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