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Nicey replies: As I too have endured many a cup of Liptons tea a mere mountain away from you I have some empathy for your wretched plight. Mind you living in the middle of Espace Killy and looking like the season could make it through to the start of May this year tempers my anguish somewhat.

Still well done to Mrs Cowbells for her resourceful baking. I have to say I do like the whole high altitude baking thing in ski resorts even if much of it is enforced on chalet maids.

Steve Coffey
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Nicey replies: Long time NCOTAASD contributor Brian Barrett has long championed that Dilmah tea, which I think is available in the UK too.

C Whiteley
Nicey replies: Well I would switch quickly from a footing of raked together semi-scientific gossip to pure speculation, and say that the state of the water being boiled and re-boiled affects its taste, and therefore that of the tea.

I just checked with the tea council's website (which seems to have had a recent facelift) and they too go on about the oxygen being important, but don't say how it works.

Gareth Griffiths
Nicey replies: Gareth,

That's quite a dangerous line your taking there. Rather than selecting out the weirdoes surely we should embrace them into a tolerant and equal opportunity workplace. Filling in the form would simply mean that nobody would make tea for them, and any normal people starting there would be told about them too.

Alexa Didcott Kerrie-Anne Wright
Nicey replies: Morning Ladies,

Thats some great initiative there. Presumably you have these all filed next to the kettle for reference. Also you should make sure that it becomes company policy that all new starters have to fill in one of these and browse all the other ones before they are even allowed to use the kettle.

I just pulled out the first one from the fifteen you sent, Wifey and I enjoyed them all however.