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All about tea

Preferred varieties, general chat

stan dan deliver
post 15.Jul.2009, 04:52 PM
Post #31
Joined: 2.Jun.2009

pg tips..i buy them from the new willies in uppsala..
best tea u can buy imho...even me wife loves em

herbal rubbish and all that lemon and flavored tea's is for poofters imho
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Mzungu
post 15.Jul.2009, 07:59 PM
Post #32
Location: Jönköping county
Joined: 29.Aug.2004

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What was the end result with the Bosnians? RH.
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CTIDinÅrsta
post 15.Jul.2009, 08:09 PM
Post #33
Location: Stockholm
Joined: 9.May.2009

2 bags English Breakfast,
1 bag lemon tea,
1 sugar cube,
1,5 liters water.
In the fridge.
Ice cube maker - full. In the freezer.

When ice is frozen:
Fill glass with ice. Add 2 slices lemon. Fill with tea.
1 glass ice-tea. Done.
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Mzungu
post 15.Jul.2009, 08:14 PM
Post #34
Location: Jönköping county
Joined: 29.Aug.2004

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Sacrilege!

Tea bags derive from shop floor sweepings... :sigh:
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Themasterpiece
post 15.Jul.2009, 09:32 PM
Post #35
Joined: 18.Mar.2008

builders
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locaxy
post 15.Jul.2009, 09:41 PM
Post #36
Joined: 10.Jul.2009

QUOTE (Miss Kitten @ 15.Jul.2009, 03:16 PM) *
What exactly is a train wreck and in what way is it one?


It's an expression, common on the web, to refer to a thread that ran amok.

People are talking about Lipton, milk, honey and sugar. That's sacrilegious as far as I'm concerned.
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Rexcited
post 15.Jul.2009, 11:52 PM
Post #37
Joined: 5.Feb.2007

I prefer real tea, not any fruity off springs. More often than not Earl Grey. I also take it with milk and sugar. I don't really understand why you all say the Swedish way is to drink it without milk, I'm Swedish and I don't think I've even met anyone who doesn't prefer milk in their tea.
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Gwrhyr
post 16.Jul.2009, 01:46 AM
Post #38
Joined: 7.Mar.2009

I concur with Rexcited, I've had Swedes react strangely when I refused milk and sugar in my tea. I reacted strangely at their reaction.
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ShaneW
post 13.Oct.2009, 10:28 AM
Post #39
Joined: 18.Oct.2007

I am a big tea drinker and was really worried when I first moved to Sweden that I would not be able to get any decent tea.

Back in Cambridge I used to buy my loose tea from a local market seller.

However there is probably more choice of tea in Stockholm than in Cambridge! So many different varieties, Ceylon is my favourite but I love exploring the different varieties on office.

Some have quaint names, Queen Anne and Munks te are very good, can highly recommend Söderbländning as well. I never used to be into fruit or flavoured teas but have really got into them. Had some Cardemom tea the other day, great for the winter!
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karlajose
post 13.Oct.2009, 01:38 PM
Post #40
Location: Dalarna
Joined: 15.Sep.2008

im drinking spring needle green te from china. it tastes good and i feel good everytime i drink this.
and promotes regular bowel movement.
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BrittInSweden
post 13.Oct.2009, 01:45 PM
Post #41
Location: Stockholm
Joined: 16.May.2009

PG Tips or Yorkshire Tea (from those good old tea mines of Yorkshire smile.gif). With milk and either with or without sugar depending how I'm feeling.
Drink coffee too.

Stinging nettle tea is also nice on the odd occasion.
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