In search of a good brew, HELP!

Discussion in 'Just Talk' started by Astramax, Sep 11, 2018.

  1. Astramax

    Astramax Well-Known Member

    When I was a kid tea was considerably far better tasting than the tea bag muck forced upon us in todays market, tea leaves left to brew in a warmed tea pot were far superior making a real nice cuppa. I have tried all kinds of tea bag and leaf from English Breakfast to Assam with one hell of a lot of others in between, not talking PG Tips or Yorkshire Tea but what make your taste buds tingle chaps?
     
  2. Sparkielev

    Sparkielev Well-Known Member

    Prob gonna get slated but like my mcds cappucinno in the morning
     
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  3. wiggy

    wiggy Well-Known Member

    I go for the pukka range or organic green tea with turmeric, three ginger, mint matcha green, camomile etc. Drink it from a thick old pint glass, maybe add a bit of honey
     
  4. Sparkielev

    Sparkielev Well-Known Member

    You lost me after the word organic
     
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  5. Sparkielev

    Sparkielev Well-Known Member

    But you still no 1 poster for me after the classic finger blasting post :)
     
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  6. wiggy

    wiggy Well-Known Member

    Nothing to worry about, its just a word they put in front of things so as to charge you more, a bit like ECO, green or sustainable
     
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  7. wiggy

    wiggy Well-Known Member

    What was that about, ages ago
     
  8. Heat

    Heat Well-Known Member

    I was going to say I now just do tea bagging ,
    but it doesn’t read right.
     
  9. wiggy

    wiggy Well-Known Member

    Are you the bagger or the bagged?
     
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  10. Sparkielev

    Sparkielev Well-Known Member

    You referred to a posters wife who was giving him a hard time
     
  11. Heat

    Heat Well-Known Member

    It is better to give rather than receive.
    Especially with tea bagging. ;)
     
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  12. wiggy

    wiggy Well-Known Member

    Making me chuckle mate
     
  13. Sparkielev

    Sparkielev Well-Known Member

    Was funny, i doubt it helped his situation
     
  14. retiredsparks

    retiredsparks Well-Known Member

    China tea pot.
    loose strong tea.
    Warm pot.
    fresh water...boiled.
    Into pot, tea cosy, 4 mins.
    Gold rimmed fine bone china cups and saucers.
    Full fat milk.. little honey.
    Admire the genteel Lady of the house and imbibe gently.
    It's a class thing. No apologies.
    :)
    Any idiot can be uncomfortable.
    Rs
     
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  15. sospan

    sospan Well-Known Member

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  16. metrokitchens

    metrokitchens Well-Known Member

    Loose leaf has to be Assam. Tiny splash of milk. Bagged is earl grey, nothing too floral, even smaller drop of milk.

    My customers hate me!
     
  17. goldenboy

    goldenboy Well-Known Member

    Blimey.

    Tea can be hot or cold, with or without milk, with or without sugar.

    However it comes is fine by me.

    Only stipulation is that customers don't put it in an heirloom mug as it will get broke.
     
  18. Isitreally

    Isitreally Well-Known Member


    All of which pale to the mighty "Artisan", stick that in front of something and the price is !!!!! No Limits.
     
  19. Peter208

    Peter208 Member

    Now, this could sound a bit strange. One of the best pots of tea was and still is as of 2 months ago, to be had at RHS down in Surrey.

    Comes in a filtered tea pot, large leaf tea, none of your cheap, tea for the massives that most cafes push out.

    I am at this time trying out lose leaf tea having rediscovered it after yrs of grabbing a quick cup on the go!
     
  20. KIAB

    KIAB Well-Known Member

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