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  • tea
  • water


    1. boil the water
    2. put some tea in the mug
    3. pour the boiling water into the mug

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1st Jan, 2011
Made this today. It was so good I made several times. I varied it by leaving the tea bag in for a good few minutes. Made it more tea-ey. Thanks for the recipe arejcz!
18th Dec, 2010
this is just so simple but such a great idea, keeps you warm in winter and refreshed in summer, also great to offer to friends and family, i think this will really become popular.
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