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Would you rather drink Turkish tea or English tea? I grew up drinking Turkish tea so I would probably say Turkish. but it's all preference to be honest.
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For me and the last 1015 any day of the week
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Turkish tea
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Turkish tea 100%
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I do love both but I would probably choose English tea because I like to eat biscuits with it.
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Me personally, English tea. You can't knock an English tea. What's a Turkish tea when you don't add the milk I like? I think. Yeah, you got at the milk and the tea man, different gravy.
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I've never tried Turkish tea so what am I do is try Turkish tea and I give you answer my boy
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I'm not the biggest teeth are in the world anyway I like both of them by probably to say English takes I drink more
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Wait, I don't even know what the difference is. What's the difference between Turkish and English tea?
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English tea.
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Turkish tea, definitely. Milk shouldn't really go in tea but it's fine.
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