Guest Django

Tea?????????

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    Guest Django

    Here is a question I thought I'd never have to ask. Neither myself or Tracey drink the stuff so our house is a tea free zone. However, Tracey's mum does and is coming over soon. Back in the UK she drinks 'Yorkshire Tea'. Can any tea drinkers advise us what tea to get in for her arrival??? :confused:

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    Guest Django
    Lipton quality black tea, it comes in a yellow box

     

     

    Thank you kindly for that. We wouldn't have a clue. :biglaugh:

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    Guest caoimhe
    Here is a question I thought I'd never have to ask. Neither myself or Tracey drink the stuff so our house is a tea free zone. However, Tracey's mum does and is coming over soon. Back in the UK she drinks 'Yorkshire Tea'. Can any tea drinkers advise us what tea to get in for her arrival??? :confused:

     

    I love a wee cup of tea so I would advice you to tell her to bring over her own:biglaugh:

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    Guest panther

    There are a number of specialist Tea houses in adelaide selling all types of Teas, the one in the David Jones basement area is really good and there is also one in grote street near the Adelaide Market .

    I have been told you can any leaf of tea from around the world

    Good Luck

    Panther

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    Guest Django
    You're English and you don't drink tea?! What is THAT about!?!

     

    .............and I don't eat roast beef, read 'The Times', wear a flat cap or keep whippets. :biglaugh::biglaugh:

     

    Thanks everyone. Guess I'll be looking for a yellow box. Don't think I could stand the smell going into specialist tea houses. :nah::biglaugh:

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    Guest cazzie

    Hi Pete,

    We drink Twinings tea - gorgeous and I also like green tea with lemon, yummy!

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    Guest Guest75
    I love a wee cup of tea so I would advice you to tell her to bring over her own:biglaugh:

     

    Ewww - weeing in a cup??:goofy:

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    Twinings everyday and Tetleys British blend are the best brands that we have found. And we drink tea by the bucket load! Not literally before anyone posts.:huh:

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    Guest kfoley0681

    where abouts are you in some of the international shops in the northern suburbs they have yorkshire tea!! if not in the supermarket tetley, liptons or earl grey english tea!!

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    Guest Django
    where abouts are you in some of the international shops in the northern suburbs they have yorkshire tea!! if not in the supermarket tetley, liptons or earl grey english tea!!

     

     

    We are in the south. Might have a google and look for any specialists down here.

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    Guest angiestaff

    thankyou for this post, u have just reminded me to add yorkshire gold tea bags to the 'shopping list' that i've gave my mom 4 when she comes over at christmas :)

     

    have been drinking lipton strong tea bags since being here...taste ok!

     

    ange x

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    Guest sarahsmartiepants

    Liptons is too weak for me you have to brew the bag till the water is nearly cold for a decent strong cup, unless you get liptons intense, but the strings get on my nerves. Dilmah is good but a bit perfumy, my fav after 31/2 yrs reseach is Coles own round tea bags, watch ouy there are the same box ones with strings, took me ages to cut them off. It works out cheaper too.

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    Guest guest3462

    I have seen yorkshire Tea on the international section in coles!!! Or you can buy Tetley tea in any supermarket. The deli downstairs in the collonnades also sells yourkshire tea. The best bet would be for your mum to put a box in her suitcase (along with the bisto and prawn cocktail crisps!!!)

    Julia xxx

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    Guest Debbie
    I have seen yorkshire Tea on the international section in coles!!! Or you can buy Tetley tea in any supermarket. The deli downstairs in the collonnades also sells yourkshire tea. The best bet would be for your mum to put a box in her suitcase (along with the bisto and prawn cocktail crisps!!!)

    Julia xxx

     

     

    Julie you took the words right out of my mouth haha

    I have see it in coles and the deli also, the deli also sells the cocktail crisps and a few other english bits

    so there should be any problems with getting the yorkshire tea you desire :)

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    Guest The Pickles

    David Jones basement sells Yorkshire tea ... and stuff from Harrods should anyone be interested!

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    Guest Trakki

    THanks everyone, I will look in coles for the Yorkshire tea. Have already got in the green tea she likes. She can't bring any tea in her suitcase as so many people have given her bits for the children she is running out of room for her own clothes and she is coming for 3 months!!

     

    Thanks again

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    Guest lesade

    You can get Bisto and prawn cocktail crisps as well as all other "english delights" at Candy magic, beach road, Christie's beach ( next door to Cunno's ) :)

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