09 October 2015

Time For Tick Tock Tea (PLUS Your Chance To Win)




Whether your looking for delicious warm drinks now that the colder weather has arrived or after a caffeine free alternative, Tick Tock offers great taste every time. 

They have been creating rooibos tea for over one hundred years, that's quite someting, and they've won several awards for flavour. With so many different varieties there is something to suit every taste and season with the honey, lemon and ginger being a firm favourite here at the moment!





For your chance to win 6 boxes of tea and a pair of mugs you can enter via the Gleam entry form below.

The giveaway ends at 11.59pm GMT on 12th November 2015. 

Leaving a comment is mandatory but there are additional entry methods available also.

Good luck!



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347 comments :

  1. leave the tea bag in for a few minutes to get the full flavour

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  2. milk ,hot water, don't leave teabag in too long so its more weak than strong, no sugar

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  3. With a little bit of milk and 1 sugar

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  4. I make my cuppa in my mug, let it brew few abit, splash a dash of milk in it and the dunk the teabag until nice colour.

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  5. boiling water necessary as tea is an infusion - strong - milk sweet

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  6. Not too strong with a dash of milk - and a chocolate biscuit!

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  7. Leave the bag in for as long as possible!

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  8. I make mine in a tea pot, leave it for 2 to 3 min then pour into.my favourite mug with milk and 2 sugars served with chocolate biscuits :-)

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  9. I love a milky cup of tea so I don't leave the teabag in too long.

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  10. Water has to be straight off the boil. Teabag and sugar in the cup. Milk after teabag has been taken out. And stir

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  11. I get my husband to make it! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  12. Leave the teabag in for 3 mins, remove & then add milk. Milk is always lastπŸ‘
    Kads
    Www.kadslife.blogspot.co.uk

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  13. I like my tea strong so teabag has to be squeezed before adding a little milk and 1 sugar

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  14. English Breakfast with milk and a truvia

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  15. Tea bag, sugar, a dash of milk, leave the tea bag in for two mins, then sit back and enjoy.

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  16. teabag hot water then milk but i wouldnt say mine turn out great

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  17. teabag tiny drop of milk 2 sweetners hot water leave to brew for 5 mins job done :)

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  18. Not too strong, not too weak, sugar, milk, aaaaahhhhhh

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  19. i only dunk 3 times, I like mine weak

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  20. My son makes it for me,he's much better at it than me!

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  21. In a big mug in the morning! :)

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  22. boiling water, leave to steep for 2 mins+ so most anti-oxidants can work, add sugar and milk = enjoy! my dad would always say stir with your left hand using a right handed spoon

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  23. Yorkshire tea, nice and strong, two sugars and lots of milk.

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  24. tea yuk... but I make for my hubby... bag in mug, 3 sugars, brew for a min than milk

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  25. A nice strong brew, a little milk no sugar (accompanied by a biccie) x

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  26. A nice strong brew, a little milk no sugar (accompanied by a biccie) x

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  27. Nice strong builders tea two sugars and spot of milk :)

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  28. with milk and one sugar, stir lots

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  29. Use a teapot ours is big and heavy crock, warm the pot, use great tea and make it strong

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  30. little bit of milk and 1 sugar. i like it quite strong so a good few minutes brewing

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  31. Teabag and 2 sugars in mug, pour in hot water, stir for 15-20 seconds, drain teabag and remove, add milk, stir and sit down and enjoy!

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  32. Leave the teabag in for a couple of minutes, a splash of milk and one sugar

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  33. Teabag, a little milk, boiling water & no sugar.

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  34. Boiling hot water, leave teabag in for 4 minutes + until a lovely dark colour and then add a touch of milk. Good strong tea

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  35. brewed in a tepot always tastes best :)

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  36. In a teapot with loose tea - the best! xx

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  37. Milk and two sugars. Periodically I try and cut down on the sugar, but it always creeps back. :)

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  38. milk tetley half and half teabag nearly boiling water , stir and leave for 1 min and at sweetners

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  39. Strong, dash of milk, no sugar! Freshly boiling water... and don't leave the teabag in for more than a few minutes (can't stand the 'skin' that forms)

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  40. karen hutchinson10 October 2015 at 20:24

    semi skimmed , 1 and a half sugars , make sure the water is boiled , shake the teapot

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  41. Let it brew so its got strength but then quite a bit of milk too

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  42. Leave the teabag in for three minutes then stir, and drain. I then just put in a splash. This allows for a strong and full bodied tea

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  43. use boiling water, leave to infuse for 3 minutes, strain then add milk and sugar

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  44. Teabag in, 3/4 filled with boiling water, small amount of milk, stir and squeeze the tea bag with the spoon (and dispose of the bag) then give it one last stir with half a teaspoon of sugar!

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  45. I like a strong cuppa so always let mine brew for 3 minutes x

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  46. boiling water and leave tea bag in for 90 seconds, squeeze, add milk

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  47. Claire Elizabeth Noke10 October 2015 at 23:18

    Tea-bag, one large sugar, pour over boiling water, leave for 1 minute, squeeze and remove tea-bag, add milk, enjoy!

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  48. Teabag in mug, quick stir, take out add add drop of milk and a small sugar.

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  50. I like strong tea. I tend to make it in a mug

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  51. If you want it milky, put milk in first. If you like it stronger, milk after the hot water has gone in! :)

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  52. Teabag in a mug (no sugar), fresh just boiled water, give it a good stir then let it sit for 5 minutes to infuse, remove teabag & add a splash of milk. Delicious Perfection!

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  53. Teabag in first leave for a minute at splash of mild and sugar nice strong cup make sure you squeeze bag before taking out xx

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  54. Teabag, hot water, splash of milk, remove teabag

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  55. Teabag in mug, allow to brew, stir and remove teabag, add skimmed milk until mid brown colour, sit on sofa and put feet up

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  56. With a proper teapot and tea leaves

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  57. Earl Gray teabag in a teapot, brew for two minutes, skimmed milk first in the mug, pour - simples!

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  58. It must be in a bone china cup or mug,I'm convinced it can have an effect on the taste.You can't add milk or sugar or again you will not be able to enjoy the flavour of the Tea x

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  59. Boiled water, tea bag left in for 2 mins then a dash of milk so the tea is red.

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  60. with a strong brew, a little sugar, a little semi-skimmed milk and then well stirred

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  61. Leave to stew in a teapot til the tea is nice and strong,add one sugar and a splash of milk....stir well and dont forget the biscuits!!

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  62. Heat the milk before pouring it in.

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  63. Leave teabag in for two mins and a splash of milk.

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  64. Milk, two sugars in first then tea bag, leave in for a good strong brew :)

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  65. Use boiling water in a tea pot and leave for 2 to 3 min then pour into cups and add milk & sugar if required

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  66. Brewed in a teapot and milk first.

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  67. Leave teabag in for 2-3 minutes, add a teaspoon of honey and a bit of milk and you're done :)

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  68. Teabag in the cup for a minute, give it a squish and remove, add milk and stir. All tea is perfect!

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  69. Leave tea bag in for a few minutes before milk

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  70. Leave tea bag in for a few minutes before milk

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  71. Leave the bag to brew for a minute or two :)

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  72. Let it brew properly for a few minutes and then add soya ilk.

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  73. Wow amazing :) love love love tea :)

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  74. Wow amazing :) love love love tea :)

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  75. My husband makes the best cuppa ever!

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  76. Samantha Wheeler17 October 2015 at 14:30

    Teapot, milk in mug brew for 5 mins and drink!

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  77. Teabag in mug, hot water leave to brew and add lactose free milk

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  78. milk, 1 sugar and leave bafg in long enough for it to really brew

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  79. Teabag in mug, sugar, add hot water, brew and add milk. Serve with a choccie biscuit

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  80. Strong tea no sugar and no milk very simply

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  81. with boiling water and a little milk

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  82. Decaf teabag, splash of milk and 2 sugars :)

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  83. boiling water on tea leaves in a pot, stir, leave to brew then pour milk into up and use a tea strainer!

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  84. tea bag in a mug - boiling water & little milk

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  85. Let the water in the kettle settle - don't use it as soon as it's boiled. Leave the teabag to steep in the water for 3 minutes, add coconut milk, squeeze teabag and remove. Perfect!

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  86. I leave the teagbag in for aaages before taking it out and adding a dash of milk

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  87. I don't make it too hot and add lots of milk and a sweetener

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  88. Milk, 2 sugars, PG Tips and set for the world.

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  89. Boiling water, let it steep for a couple of minutes, add a splash of soya or almond milk.

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  90. Boiling hot water, a touch of milk and no sugar...always Yorkshire tea

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  91. Proper cup an saucer, a dash of milk

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  92. Milk with 1 sugar, stew for a few minutes to produce the perfect builders brew

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  93. Milk with 1 sugar, stew for a few minutes to produce the perfect builders brew

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  94. Earl Gray, brewed in a teapot, with a little milk and sugar :)

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  95. very strong, it just needs to know milk is in the room, and no sugar.

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  96. I cant make decent tea - been trying for years - my hubby makes a cracking cuppa though.

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  97. Water just off the boil. Leave the tea for a little while. Dash of milk; any kind. Biscuits are mandatory. (Thanks for the competition.)

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  98. drop of milk, a level spoon of sugar and left to stew for a good 3/4 mins

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  99. Two sugars, then the teabag, then boiling water.

    Leave to steep for a few minutes, then remove the teabag and add a bit of milk.

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  100. plain and simple, milk and 2.5 sugars

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  101. Get somebody else to make it for me because I'm useless.
    Kelly Glen.

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  102. In a tea pot but wit lots of milk no sugar

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  103. Give it time. They say it takes 1 minute for tea to brew. Too many make the mistake of taking the teabag out too early. I say 2 minutes.

    Just a splash of milk. Coffee can be milky, tea works best when you let the tea flavour shine so just a splash.

    1.5 tsp of sugar (2 in the big cups we use).

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  104. The water must be boiling, and milk in last - just enough to know there is a cow somewhere in the universe

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  105. Quite a lot of milk and one sugar

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  106. Brew for at least a minute, not too milky and no sugar!

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  107. Always stir anticlockwise & add 1 and a half sugars and a splash of milk x

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  108. With a dash of almond milk and one sugar ;-)

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  109. A nice mug, a teabag, boiling water and lot's of milk so it's weak and creamy.

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  110. 2 sugars and milky warm - Mmmmmmmm :D

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  111. No sugar, quite strong and a bit of milk but not a lot!!

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  112. I love vanilla rooibos with half a teaspoon of sugar and a dash of semi-skimmed milk :-)

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  113. My cup will be perfect with pomegrate tea mix with green tea :) and then i will smile.....Carmen

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  114. China mug, regular teabag, swish it around, take it out, add a tiny splash of milk.
    I love the sound of the lemon/ginger/honey ones in your picture though. I normally stick to regular tea but they sound yummy, esp for when I have a cold like I do now.

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  115. pg tips teabag left to brew for 3 minutes then a dash of milk no sugar

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  116. Not too strong and generous with the milk

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  117. milk hot water, leave teabag in for just a few minutes.

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  118. Tick tock tea bag, add hot water, let it brew for just a minute and add lacto-free milk

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  119. Leave the tea bag to brew for a few minutes

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  120. A redbush tea bag, hot water, no milk - very refreshing

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  121. Yorkshire Tea, Milk & 2 Sugars ;)

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  122. Leave the teabag to brew well so it's not too weak, 1 sugar and almond milk :)

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  123. milk no sugar, usually a rushed job so however it comes

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  124. Warm the cup, green tea bag (and there is a fantastic salted caramel one on the market) and lots of lovely hot water (sprinkled with a tiny bit of splenda).

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  125. Boil water in a pan, when it comes to the boil, add tea bag. Leave it to brew until is strong and dark. Boil milk in another pan, let it get thick. Strain tea into cup, add milk and sugar. Yum.

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  126. let the tea brew for about 6 mins

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  127. Milk and two sugars and speaking to most people I know I'm the only person in the country who still likes it that way ;)

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  128. The same as most other people, boiling water and milk

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  129. I get someone else to make it!!!!

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  130. Lol Sygga!!

    Way strong and way milky, no sugar and drink it super hot :)

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  131. I love strong strong builders tea!

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  132. Hubby always teases me about my American style tea....2 quick dunks of Liptons tea so nice and plae with a spoonful of sugar and a lemon slice

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  133. teabag, boiling water, only the tiniest splash of milk and no sugar

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  134. Stew for one minute, add lots of milk!

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  135. Steep for 20 seconds, splash of milk, no sugar

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  136. Hot water (has to be boiling) over the teabag, leave for 2 minutes then a dash of milk

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  137. Builders tea! Lots of sugar, drop of milk and the teabag squeezed to death but not left in too long.

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  138. Leave the tea bag brewing for ages, take it out and add a little drop of milk!

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  139. milk, water then dip dip dip = leanne w

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  140. very strong with just a little splash of milk & no sugar

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  141. 3 sugars, 2 tea bags :)

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  142. Pam Francis Gregory25 October 2015 at 20:35

    Water from freshly boiled kettle, leave teas bag for a minute or two then ass milk

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  143. fresh boiled water and a drop of milk :)

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  144. Milk in first, 1 sugar, drain the bag and done.

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  145. let the bag steep for a few minutes before adding milk

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  146. milk first and let the spoon stand up!

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  147. half water half milk with 1 sugar

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  148. tea bag hot water and no sugar and i leave the tea bag for a bit so it gets stronger xx

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  149. Tea bag, sugar, water and then milk

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  150. milk and 3 sugars!! got a sweet tooth x

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  151. I don't like tea but make it for hubbie in a cup with a single teabag

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  152. Strong - a little touch of milk and no sugar

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  153. I prefer PG tips brewed for couple of minutes with a splash of milk ☕

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  154. The milk goes in last with sugar. Nice and strong.

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  155. nice and strong with no milk, one sugar

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  156. Milk and 2 sugars - strong and sweet.

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  157. Add freshly boiled water, brew for 3 mins and add a slice of lemon.,

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  158. Warm the pot with boiled water, add the tea leaves with freshly boiled water and brew for 3-5 minutes serve with milk/sugar/lemon to taste and serve with homemade biscuits.

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  159. I just use a tea bag then add milk

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  160. Warned teapot with 3 tea bags leave for 4 minutes-ish. Pour into mug. Adding milk last. No sugar.

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  161. Warm the teapot, add a couple of teabags followed by boiling water. Leave to steep for 4/5 minutes then pour into favourite mug, add milk and sugar.........and drink!

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  162. Water just boiled, brew for a minute, splash of semi skimmed milk(full fat in tea - bleugh bleugh) and then add sugar if feeling in need of comfort and energy (most days)

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  163. Yorkshire tea bag, freshly boiled kettle, water in (never milk first!!), brew for a minute. Semi skimmed milk but nice and strong. No sugar!

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  164. My dad always taught me that perfect tea is when the bag has been in the water for 7 minutes :) so I do milk first, then tea bag, hot water then half a spoon of sugar :) stir clockwise then anti clockwise. Perfect!! ☕

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  165. milky with one sugar (baby tea)

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  166. Get someone else to make it. Haha. Milk first then tea bag and water. Mix round and straight out so it isn't too strong. x

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  167. I have a thermos mug and it is still lovely an hr later

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  168. Milk, sweetex, teabag and hot water. A quick dunk in and I am ready to sup!

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  169. I have a little teapot that's perfect for one mug of tea. I pour the boiling water over the teabag, leave for 2 mins, pour it into my mug and add milk, stir and done.

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