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How to make a good english cup of tea without a teapot

Make a Good English Cup of Tea Without a Teapot

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Fill your kettle up with water. on the side of your kettle there should be a diagram or gauge. Make sure you fill up to the min or max line not under or over.

Fill your kettle up with water. on the side of your kettle there should be a diagram or gauge. Make sure you fill up to the min or max line not under or over.

Plug your kettle in and press the switch or button on it down to start boiling the kettle full of water. Wait for it to turn its self off this is when you know its boiled correctly.

Plug your kettle in and press the switch or button on it down to start boiling the kettle full of water. Wait for it to turn its self off this is when you know its boiled correctly.

Now your kettle is boiled place one teabag at the bottom of your cup. Ensure that its flat so it gets filled with water straight away.

Now your kettle is boiled place one teabag at the bottom of your cup. Ensure that its flat so it gets filled with water straight away.

Lets add the boiling water you want to fill at least 80% of the cup or mug up. This will give you a richer flavour then if you only filled it half way or even 70%. Depends how strong you want it

Lets add the boiling water you want to fill at least 80% of the cup or mug up. This will give you a richer flavour then if you only filled it half way or even 70%. Depends how strong you want it

Now fill with milk if you think that adding milk makes it weaker you are wrong it just takes the edge away from the tea. Also it helps cool it down slightly. You may like less or more its up to you.

Now fill with milk if you think that adding milk makes it weaker you are wrong it just takes the edge away from the tea. Also it helps cool it down slightly. You may like less or more its up to you.

Pour in your desired amount of sugar/sweetner in with a tea spoon. just one for me but you can add two or more but be carful not to put to many in this can result in your tea tasting of sugar water.

Pour in your desired amount of sugar/sweetner in with a tea spoon. just one for me but you can add two or more but be carful not to put to many in this can result in your tea tasting of sugar water.

Stir briskly for 30 seconds

Stir briskly for 30 seconds

Now press the tea bagh against the side of your cup/mug several times to extract extra flavour. Or if you prefer a weaker tea just take the bag out and let it drip into cup.

Now press the tea bagh against the side of your cup/mug several times to extract extra flavour. Or if you prefer a weaker tea just take the bag out and let it drip into cup.

let it rest for 1mins before consumption if you have chosen to leave the tea bag in remove it and enjoy.

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  • Water
  • Milk
  • Tea bag
  • Sugar
  • Cup or Mug
  • Kettle
  • Tea spoon