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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??






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#2
Hi, Nice recepie brew. Nice pictorial explanation. Thanks for sharing nice brew preparation.
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#3
Thanks for you sharing , I'll try it.
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#4
Thank you for your picture and vivid illustrations.
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