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Re:Tea for Breakfast?? 2019/05/14 13:36:27 (permalink)
I like tea, in many forms, but definitely not as a morning beverage. Coffee is the go to for breakfast. Tea, (usually iced tea) is the afternoon drink for me. A nice hot cup of tea goes down well, too sometimes. Preferably, Irish Breakfast, Jasmine or English Breakfast. And I have never turned down a good cup of gunpowder green.
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Re:Tea for Breakfast?? 2019/05/14 16:13:31 (permalink)
When I'm in England I love making tea with the complimentary tea and electric kettle. It's the English thing to do. Love a good cup of English tea...but in the states it's fresh ground coffee for me!
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Re:Tea for Breakfast?? 2019/05/14 19:05:59 (permalink)
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When I'm in England I love making tea with the complimentary tea and electric kettle. It's the English thing to do. Love a good cup of English tea...but in the states it's fresh ground coffee for me!


My wife travels to Britain fairly often, for business. I envy her being able to have tea there, with all the accoutrements. Having a real tea service would be great! Biscuits, little sandwiches and pastries, along with properly crafted tea? Oh, yeah!
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Re:Tea for Breakfast?? 2019/05/14 20:15:56 (permalink)
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When I'm in England I love making tea with the complimentary tea and electric kettle. It's the English thing to do. Love a good cup of English tea...but in the states it's fresh ground coffee for me!


My wife travels to Britain fairly often, for business. I envy her being able to have tea there, with all the accoutrements. Having a real tea service would be great! Biscuits, little sandwiches and pastries, along with properly crafted tea? Oh, yeah!


High Tea!!! 
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