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The Perfect Cup of Tea

There is nothing better than a cup of tea on a hard day of work - take two minutes and have a quiet think over a hot cup of tea. It's such a simple recipe - chuck a tea bag in a cup full of boiling water, leave to stand and then add milk/sugar/sweeteners depending on what you like - and yet, it always tastes different depending on who has made it.

I cannot explain this phenomenon - trained scientists might be able to find an answer but I doubt any have tackled the issue yet. Some people make the best tea ever, yet others make the weirdest, blandest or dullest cuppas ever.

I've been told that I make a fantastic cuppa (especially when I worked in a coffee shop) so I thought I'd share with you my recipe for a perfect cup of tea. This is regular tea I'm talking about; we'll cover green/white/fruit teas afterwards.

Equipment:

New/De-scaled Kettle (boil a mixture of 1/3 water and 2/3 vinegar to remove lime scale build-up from element)

Water filter/purifier (purified water doesn't leave a layer on top of the tea and leaves a cleaner taste)

PG Tips (my personal favourite)

Ingredients:

Teabag (Loose leaf if you're feeling ambitious, but I often prefer the simplicity of a bag)

Filtered Water

Milk (semi-skimmed works best: skimmed is too watery and whole is too overpowering)

Sugar

Sweeteners

Instructions:

Empty kettle of any old water and replace with as much purified water for the amount of cups you are making (overfilling will take longer and use more electricity). Put teabag in favourite mug - that always makes it taste better psychologically, and pour over teabag about 7/8 full. Let teabag brew for about 1 minute until water is rich brown, push teabag against side, remove and dispose. Add milk until it becomes a copper brown colour. Add 1 sweetener/tsp of sugar and stir slowly. You're done! Now let it cool, but don't forget about it - cold tea isn't...

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