Welcome to readers from Finland and Liberia
Although we drink almost exclusively black teas with milk ...
England does offer some nice other teas and they need to be good to stand up to the milk we drop into them. A favourite is Earl Grey tea. Earl Grey has a distinctive flavour and aroma derived from the addition of oil extracted from the rind of the bergamot orange, a fragrant citrus fruit that grows in the winter in southern Italy. There is also a drink called 'The London Fog' which is Earl Grey tea with steamed milk and vanilla syrup. That's very rich and moreish. Great before and after exercise I think.
There are also a few new English Teas to try.
Cornish Manuka Tea
Tregothnan Earl Grey
Olive Leaf Tea
Important English Phrases related to tea
Builders - basic black tea (for builders)
Char - one of several a names for tea in England
Cuppa - one cup of tea
An English Builder
An English Tea Rooms