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    Re: Tea Time - What Is Your Brew?

    Unfortunately, we haven't made it out that far yet.

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    Re: Tea Time - What Is Your Brew?

    Quote Originally Posted by AlphaRam View Post
    Unfortunately, we haven't made it out that far yet.
    I'll take it that it is a chain then..... or hopes to be.

    Now I hear "The Possum" in my head!

    I stopped off at the QUICKSTOP for some beer and cigarettes
    The old man took my money as he stared at my Corvette
    He said, "I had one just like her son, in 1963
    But the man down at the bank took her from me...

    RnD

    GO RAMS!!:l

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    Re: Tea Time - What Is Your Brew?

    Ice lemon tea, decaffeinated English Tea, Earl grey in a more refined moment, and mint tea if I'm windy

    There is a concoction called 'Hong Kong Tea' which is actually tea and coffee mixed together with lots of Sugar and condensed milk.

    I've tried it once...........................

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    Re: Tea Time - What Is Your Brew?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fat Pang View Post
    Ice lemon tea, decaffeinated English Tea, Earl grey in a more refined moment, and mint tea if I'm windy

    There is a concoction called 'Hong Kong Tea' which is actually tea and coffee mixed together with lots of Sugar and condensed milk.

    I've tried it once...........................
    I have been doing some reading from time to time about condensed milk being used in different cultures in Easten Asia and Pacific islands. Is condensed milk popular...perhaps moreso than regular milk out that way? Some of the books I have read tell of the condensed milk back to the 1930's.
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    Re: Tea Time - What Is Your Brew?

    Don't really know any types of diffrent tea although I do love Brisk Tea in the bottle (sweetened), and also the Arizona Ice Tea in the big tall cans.
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