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Gianna Kaye
Nicey replies: Woo - we'll that's that sorted out then. Of course we are also open to silly explanations too.

Jim Fussell
Nicey replies: These are exciting times indeed Jim. I too pondered the fresh or instant thing and could decide which one deserved to go clunk-clunk. Fresh always thinks its the bee's knees and yet it doesn't have the paper seal on top of the jar or better still catering size tin, awaiting the bold tea spoon of destruction. So I decided both probably go clunk-clunk.

Stephen Pearce
Nicey replies: Not at all Steve, that's and excellent point, and exactly the sort of issues we like to confront head on.

Pete Nottage
Nicey replies: Pete,

This is a fruitless argument as nobody is doing anything utterly wrong here with their tea making. As we said only a mere twelve emails ago "everybody likes tea the way they like it", and we should respect that. Putting lots of milk in strong tea merely creates milky strong tea, which is not the same same as milky weak tea, neither of which I would go for but I can accept they are both different to strong tea with a dash of milk.

I suggest you stop picking arguments over the strength of each others tea, and move to more debatable subject such as which biscuits you should be eating.

Fiona Travers
Nicey replies: Fiona,

Fiona, Fiona, much confidence have you in your own tea, yet remain closed your eyes do to tea in general (yes that was in a Yoda voice). As we always say when we get an email such as yours that implores us to make tea just like you have it, "Everybody likes tea the way they like it". You will have read those words but not taken on board their meaning. We respect your opinion on tea but its no more correct or valid than anybody else's, except for the people who put the milk in with the tea bag before adding the water.

The picture of the cup of tea on the train, is a picture of a real cup of tea as drunk by thousands of people every day. Its there to challenge peoples perceptions of tea, most of which are over sentimental. Its not some stereotypical image from a bygone age, but it was a useful cup of tea and I think I washed it down with a triple pack of Jaffa Cakes. If you are shocked by the reality of tea in the 21st Century then perhaps you should stay indoors.