When you’re really hot and thirsty, would would you like most ?
Plain old water has a clear lead.
You forgot Whiskey.
I would drink Water or Tea, which ever comes 1st
Either a soft drink, or Iced Tea !
No, I didn't forget. I was hoping to evoke such a response.
BTW, some folks prefer hot tea.
I like sugar in my tea Ravi
i'll have some h20 or a cup of nice coool tea...Unless i'm in the mood for the good old coke.
I too like sugar. I also add milk/creamer.
nice cuppa char - but then I'm a Brit
Did you mean chaa ? Close enough, I guess.
Does milk taste good with Tea?
Chaa it is then - trust the Brits to take a word from someone else's language and then misspell it. But best taken without any milk or sugar - just kills the taste.
Yes, but then it's an acquired taste.
Cokes the drink for me
Sorry - to clear any confusion Tea = char/chaa as drunk in the UK. As in 'a nice cuppa char'
For some more info on this and biscuits (not as in USA biscuits) visit http://www.nicecupofteaandasitdown.com/
talking of which, time for tea!
but only put a tiny bit of milk in your tea like 20ml or something.
i like sugar in my tea aswell
i say chaa at home cus i speak urdu and english at home.
and oh yea,i like that site's address because it says:nicecupofteaandasitdown
when the tea is light brown then that means you put the right amount so pour the milk in slowly and like always if you dont like the flavour then you dont have to add the milk next time.
I drink hot and cold tea. Get most of what I drink from www.adagio.com , good teas, reasonable prices. I bought some samples of green and black teas, have about 18 varieties right now. All real teas, not infused with any flower buds and other crap.
Nice site, SNGX.
Tea is good. two sugars and a splash of milk to take the bitter edge off!
On a hot day though, id go for a frosty beer - super chilled, mmm!
Nothing beats a really cold beer after coming in out of the hot sun! I mean on the verge of freezing cold.
You have never tried a pint of 50/50 Theakestones Old Peculiar mixed with Theakestones Best Bitter then, have you? Not for the faint hearted but a Torkshireman's pint often known as 'Standard' in Richmond up North.
Not all of us here can drink though . (or don't want to)