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>> THERE IS NO SUCH THING A A GOOD CUPPA TEA WITH MILK
>> IN IT. This is a heathenish and insidious notion. NOR SHOULD SUGAR EVER
>> PUT IN TEA.
> The relevant British Standard allows milk, put in first or after. And they
> should know ;-)
As a Brit I've been converted by Bill Bryson. As he said in an ad over here,
we Brits take a delicious herbal infusion an dunk cow juice in it! So I
bought a single blend tea and tried it. Score one for herbal infusion memes!
I've also converted to the USAian way of coffee. Black and strong. This was
cos I'm lazy. Coffee + hot water. Easy and uncomplicated (and very nice).
Sugar! Blame us Brits for that crap, and rightly so.
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