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Tea/coffee and TB Dr Who

Postby Wonkakid on March 7th, 2012, 9:38 pm

There's a question posted in this month's (March) Question Room about whether TB prefers tea or coffee and which brands he prefers. Personally, I'm a tea person. My favorite brand is Whittard of Chelsea (www.whittard.co.uk), particularly their 1886 Blend. I used to love their Earl Grey, however they changed their blend (although they deny it) a few years ago.

Anyone else have a favorite tea? I especially love to have a cup or three on a Sunday afternoon and check out obscure TB clips on YouTube :-). Goes well with a nice cheese, come to think of it ;-).

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Re: Tea/coffee and TB Dr Who

Postby tracy on March 8th, 2012, 10:07 am

:D its got to be coffee for me mellow birds coffee i dont drink much 2 or 3 cups a day and i take it with me when i stay in a hotel for the tom events so i can have a coffee in my room as im not keen on any other coffee and i take my own milk to which has to be long life skimmed i know im mad but thats me :lol:
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Re: Tea/coffee and TB Dr Who

Postby Who dat? on March 9th, 2012, 1:43 pm

My favorite tea is Kepta Pride from Kenya. I drink it almost every week day morning. On the weekends I drink coffee, Hazel Nut or French Vanilla.
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Re: Tea/coffee and TB Dr Who

Postby tch on March 14th, 2012, 2:25 pm

I'm generally a coffee but my wife has recently got me hooked on African Bush tea. (It has another name, but I can never remember it)

That and I like Twinnings English Breakfast. If Stephen Fry recommends it, it must be quality.
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Re: Tea/coffee and TB Dr Who

Postby Canawho on July 20th, 2012, 9:04 pm

I mostly drink tea at home. Usually go for Tetley or Red Rose orange pekoe tea.
They do sell Earl Grey here, but I'd never tried it.

Love my tea with quite a bit of milk, and very strong. Usually leave
my tea bag in at least 3 or 4 mins. Have been adding honey to it
lately, for sweetness. Don't like sugar in tea. My Mom does, however
my Dad and I like it without.

When out, I usually opt for a Tim Hortons (www.timhortons.ca) coffee. It's
our Dunkin Donuts ( sold in the U.S) And I'm not sure if Britain is getting
McDonald's new coffee or not, but it's actually pretty good! They're going
with the "McCafe" line over here.

I also had a cup of herbal tea one time and hated it! Thought I was drinking
a liquidized form from something out of a flower pot! :lol:
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Re: Tea/coffee and TB Dr Who

Postby Canawho on August 22nd, 2012, 7:38 pm

It was interesting to see Tom likes goat milk in his tea.

My Dad likes goat milk as well. It's not as fattening as cows milk I hear.

I have tried goat cheese "feta" and liked it. However, for some reason
I won't try goat milk. I picture a goat in my mind, and decline to try
a drink of it.
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Re: Tea/coffee and TB Dr Who

Postby Captain Rum on September 1st, 2012, 2:21 am

Tetley tea for me, with one sugar, a tiny bit of semi-skimmed milk and a few bourbon biscuits :D
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