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    the best tea I have ever tried was a tea made in Singapore - called TWG

    I think they sell it at David Jones and it is simply outstanding. so good

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    Oh I am loving this thread, so many suggestions!

    I love Bushells loose leaf tea made in a billy, it's the ultimate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BH-KatiesMum View Post
    the best tea I have ever tried was a tea made in Singapore - called TWG

    I think they sell it at David Jones and it is simply outstanding. so good
    When I get back to somewhere with a decent shopping centre I will find it!

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    A meme for us!

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    I once dated a guy following on from him making me a cup of tea. We were on a boat, he made me a cuppa (and it was THE BEST TEA EVER) and the conversation flowed from there. We broke up years ago, I still miss his tea making skills.

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    DP makes a great tea. Not sure how he does it but it always ends up better than mine!

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    On the topic of men making tea...

    My DP is about on par with my tea making skills. But even if he occasionally makes one that is a bit 'meh', I never complain as I'm grateful that he made it

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    Great meme's Hollywood, love the second one!

    My DH hates coffee and only drinks tea, so he has definitely perfected the art of tea making and that's fine by me!

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    My DF sucks at making tea. He isn't allowed near the tea, ever.

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    Firstly - microwaving tea is a HUGE no go! It makes it taste funny.

    Secondly - put a small amount of cold water/milk in the cup first, then the tea bag, let it rest while the jug boils, then pour the hot water in. Because the tea has soaked in the cold liquid first it stops the hot water from burning it and making it bitter.

    @HearMeRoar I tried the Twinings Digest tea tonight and it was lovely, but made me burp something shocking for about half an hour afterwards!

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