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British Tea Making in the 1940s

by puyuan » Oct 1st, '15, 17:25


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Re: British Tea Making in the 1940s

by Tead Off » Oct 1st, '15, 22:46

+1, :D

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Re: British Tea Making in the 1940s

by hobin » Oct 2nd, '15, 13:35

brewing time: 5 to 10 minutes? :shock:

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Re: British Tea Making in the 1940s

by Frisbeehead » Oct 5th, '15, 20:55

I got freaked out when he started pouring the boiling water into the graduated cylinder he was holding with the tea...

"You're going to burn the shit out of your hands you fool!"

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Re: British Tea Making in the 1940s

by Rui » Oct 6th, '15, 06:44

hobin wrote:brewing time: 5 to 10 minutes? :shock:
Some of my colleagues even forget the tea bag in the tea. To make it palatable they just add more milk. :shock: :x :shock:

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Re: British Tea Making in the 1940s

by NateHevens » Oct 6th, '15, 22:40

Rui wrote:
hobin wrote:brewing time: 5 to 10 minutes? :shock:
Some of my colleagues even forget the tea bag in the tea. To make it palatable they just add more milk. :shock: :x :shock:
One of the people at Tea Drunk told me that the British have perfected the art of drinking terrible tea.

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