/b/ - Does anyone like to drink very strong tea (mabye with some shugar)? Because I do. I usually put about > 4 tea spoons of filled to the brim tea leaves, today I decided to go a bit further and decided to let it sit for about a day or so.


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Does anyone like to drink very strong tea (mabye with some shugar)? Because I do.
I usually put about > 4 tea spoons of filled to the brim tea leaves, today I decided to go a bit further and decided to let it sit for about a day or so.

 No.9618[D][DF]

>>9617
Hell yeah, strong teas are great. I got some already strong osmanthus leaf tea and I enjoy letting it simmer a bit with a covered top but I drink it while it is still hot though.

 No.9620[D][DF]

what's strong tea?

 No.9621[D][DF]

Don't drink too much and too strong tea though
https://www.pri.org/stories/2013-03-22/too-much-tea-causes-rare-bone-disease
(As long as you drink less than a 100 bags a day you should be fine)

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Nah fuck that, would it not be boiling hot? I have it about 1/3 to 1/4 milk or until it has a light cream colour to it so I can drink it one go without waiting

 No.9624[D][DF]

>>9620
Either tea that has a strong flavour to it due to the tea leaves/bags itself or not putting milk in to it

 No.9625[D][DF]

>>9624
Yup, that's how i drink my tea! spearmint/black tea blend, and earl grey recently.



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