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  • Best scottish tea?

    I am flying to California next week and want to bring some scottish tea for my teammates Which one do you like most?

    I am currently drinking Welsh Brew which is clearly not scottish, but a gift from a dear friend

    So what's your favorite black tea?

    Thanks,
    Mona
    Take Care,
    Mona

  • #2
    Scottish blend tea bags claim to be "specially blended for Scottish water" - I usually buy them although I'm not a great tea connoisseur.
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    • #3
      Mine's not Scottish either - Twinning's English breakfast tea!! It's the business . . . .

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      • #4
        i'm with you, Twinngs teas are the biusiness!

        Assam, Darjeeling. breafast, Earl Grey andbLadynGrey.

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        • #5
          I suppose it depends on the water as to what tea makes a good brew.

          I use Ringtons Tea(Newcastle Company that deliver to your door and they do have a few
          shops in England) and also Yorkshire Tea.

          I also use tea leaves and they do have to be Ringtons one's, I do find tea leaves make a
          stronger blend !

          I did find that the Scottish Blend Tea didn't make a strong enough cuppa for me when we
          lived in Aberdeen.

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          • #6
            Dalwhinnie - single malt

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            • #7
              breakfast tea is the "normal" tea most people drink.

              if you drink any other kind your just kidding yourself on

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              • #8
                Ahhhh

                sorry - my mistake

                In that case it would have to be earl grey with a splash of Dalwhinnie

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