Whats the "proper" way to make tea?
In Douglas Adams "Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy", he mentions at one point about how your supposed to add the milk first so you dont scald it, or something to that effect. I'v heard some of you bitching about how americans dont let the water boil all the way and thats wrong.
Whats the steps? Do you leave the bag in when you drink it? Do you take it out?
Do you use one of those little tea strainers and buy loose leaf tea? How much milk do you add. Shit like that.
Iv been digging black tea with a shot of milk lately.
And this isnt Racist. I mean, I'm pretty sure its not.
I've always known it to be take the bag out after letting it sit/giving it a few dunks just to speed up the process. I don't think my mom's ever added cream to it, but she'll usually add sugar.
Also, it'd be nationalist not racist. British people aren't a race