I’m born in Poland during the communist regimes reign. Back then there was only one tea available: Black Tea.

We mostly drank it with a slice of lemon and some sugar. To this day this is my favourite way of drinking tea.

But I also enjoy what I started calling “Queen Elisabeth Tea” when my daughter asked what it is, same black tea but with milk and sugar. She likes it a lot too.

Last but not least, I really enjoyed Japanese tea, we went to a special tea house and they showed us how to brew it and drink it. It was some special green tea, very delicious!

  • ℕ𝕖𝕞𝕠
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    34 months ago

    The gulf between bad Earl Grey and really good Earl Grey is huge, but a really good Earl Grey can’t be beat. The Crema Earl Grey from Rare Tea Cellar is right up there.

    • @Signtist@lemm.ee
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      24 months ago

      I got a box of Royal Grey from Murchie’s, and it’s my absolute favorite so far! Got a box of the Earl Grey Cream from them too, but I hated it…

      • GreatAlbatross
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        24 months ago

        I might get crucified for this, but when I’m ill I find Lady Gray with a splash of milk quite comforting.