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Proper English Tea (and some) - Blind Horus - 06-19-2021

<i>How to Make a Proper Cup of ENGLISH TEA: & the Dirty TRUTH about TEABAGS</i>


<i>Quit plastic toothbrushes. Brush with Bamboo™</i>


Its probably a good thing your toothbrushes don't bio-degrade; keeps them out of your tea water.


RE: Proper English Tea (and some) - jovan66102 - 06-19-2021

George Orwell's essay on a proper cup of English tea:
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[url=https://www.orwellfoundation.com/the-orwell-foundation/orwell/essays-and-other-works/a-nice-cup-of-tea/]A Nice Cup of Tea



RE: Proper English Tea (and some) - Mr. Cowboy - 06-19-2021

I request videos where you can produce your own ceramic tea sets and produce a bamboo toothbrush.


RE: Proper English Tea (and some) - J Michael - 06-19-2021

(06-19-2021, 01:11 AM)Mr. Cowboy Wrote: I request videos where you can produce your own ceramic tea sets and produce a bamboo toothbrush.




Now....get to work! :-)


RE: Proper English Tea (and some) - Mr. Cowboy - 06-19-2021

Hmm, the first video has shown too much neck... but now I can try out a bamboo toothbrush with the right material.


RE: Proper English Tea (and some) - austenbosten - 06-19-2021

I love the first video's channel, but Twinnings???

After having Yorkshire Tea I can never go back to Twinnings.


RE: Proper English Tea (and some) - J Michael - 06-19-2021

(06-19-2021, 12:29 PM)austenbosten Wrote: I love the first video's channel, but Twinnings???

After having Yorkshire Tea I can never go back to Twinnings.
Can't say I've had Yorkshire Tea, even having spent 14 yrs. in England.  Maybe I did and just didn't know it.  If I ever get a hankering for tea again, I may check it out.  Most bagged teas I've had are not nearly strong enough for me, not just with regard to caffeine but mainly with a strong, even smoky bold taste.  Anyway, I tend to prefer coffee now.


RE: Proper English Tea (and some) - austenbosten - 06-19-2021

(06-19-2021, 12:39 PM)J Michael Wrote:
(06-19-2021, 12:29 PM)austenbosten Wrote: I love the first video's channel, but Twinnings???

After having Yorkshire Tea I can never go back to Twinnings.
Can't say I've had Yorkshire Tea, even having spent 14 yrs. in England.  Maybe I did and just didn't know it.  If I ever get a hankering for tea again, I may check it out.  Most bagged teas I've had are not nearly strong enough for me, not just with regard to caffeine but mainly with a strong, even smoky bold taste.  Anyway, I tend to prefer coffee now.

I thought Twinnings was tea until I had Yorkshire Tea. It was like switching from a weak bland 20 yro can of Folgers to a fresh brewed cup of coffee. Yorkshire Tea is bagged, but it's the best bagged tea I've had. Apparently Wal-Mart stocks them?? Funny because a few years ago I had to order this via Amazon from the UK.


RE: Proper English Tea (and some) - J Michael - 06-19-2021

(06-19-2021, 12:53 PM)austenbosten Wrote:
(06-19-2021, 12:39 PM)J Michael Wrote:
(06-19-2021, 12:29 PM)austenbosten Wrote: I love the first video's channel, but Twinnings???

After having Yorkshire Tea I can never go back to Twinnings.
Can't say I've had Yorkshire Tea, even having spent 14 yrs. in England.  Maybe I did and just didn't know it.  If I ever get a hankering for tea again, I may check it out.  Most bagged teas I've had are not nearly strong enough for me, not just with regard to caffeine but mainly with a strong, even smoky bold taste.  Anyway, I tend to prefer coffee now.

I thought Twinnings was tea until I had Yorkshire Tea.  It was like switching from a weak bland 20 yro can of Folgers to a fresh brewed cup of coffee.  Yorkshire Tea is bagged, but it's the best bagged tea I've had.  Apparently Wal-Mart stocks them??  Funny because a few years ago I had to order this via Amazon from the UK.
I just looked on Amazon and they have Yorkshire Tea both in bags and loose.  I think I'd prefer the loose.  Walmart has it, too, but not in the store--gotta order online.


RE: Proper English Tea (and some) - austenbosten - 06-19-2021

(06-19-2021, 01:00 PM)J Michael Wrote:
(06-19-2021, 12:53 PM)austenbosten Wrote:
(06-19-2021, 12:39 PM)J Michael Wrote:
(06-19-2021, 12:29 PM)austenbosten Wrote: I love the first video's channel, but Twinnings???

After having Yorkshire Tea I can never go back to Twinnings.
Can't say I've had Yorkshire Tea, even having spent 14 yrs. in England.  Maybe I did and just didn't know it.  If I ever get a hankering for tea again, I may check it out.  Most bagged teas I've had are not nearly strong enough for me, not just with regard to caffeine but mainly with a strong, even smoky bold taste.  Anyway, I tend to prefer coffee now.

I thought Twinnings was tea until I had Yorkshire Tea.  It was like switching from a weak bland 20 yro can of Folgers to a fresh brewed cup of coffee.  Yorkshire Tea is bagged, but it's the best bagged tea I've had.  Apparently Wal-Mart stocks them??  Funny because a few years ago I had to order this via Amazon from the UK.
I just looked on Amazon and they have Yorkshire Tea both in bags and loose.  I think I'd prefer the loose.  Walmart has it, too, but not in the store--gotta order online.

Let me know how your first cup goes. :)