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How to make a proper brew
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Treat your water kindly

Run the tap a little so the water’s nicely aerated, and only boil it once to keep the oxygen level up. Oxygen in water helps flavour!

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Add tea and water

Pop a tea bag into your mug, pour over the hot water and stir briefly.

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Wait patiently

Tea needs time to unlock all its flavour, so give it 4-5 minutes to do its thing. This is a perfect time to munch a sneaky biscuit or daydream about holidays.

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Give it a squeeze

Before removing the tea bag, gently squidge it against the side of the mug. Just the once, mind – if you really mash it, it'll taste bitter.

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Customise your brew

We like a splash of semi-skimmed or whole milk, but your brew is unique to you – so add milk, sugar, honey, lemon or nothing at all. Most importantly, enjoy!

According to Yorkshire tea company, do you agree??

Hi, Nice recepie brew. Nice pictorial explanation. Thanks for sharing nice brew preparation.
Thanks for you sharing , I'll try it.
Thank you for your picture and vivid illustrations.

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