Monday, 1 October 2012

❁◕‿◕❁ 3 Year Bloggerversary - ► Competition #20 - Sponsored By Typhoo ✓

My Bloggerversary celebrations continue with a competition sponsored by:



Typhoo have kindly given me a years supply of Typhoo Tea to give to one very lucky winner. Why not check out their website at http://www.typhootea.co.uk/. You can become a fan on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/typhootea and follow them on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/typhoo_tea.



Entry is via the Rafflecopter form below. The competition will be running from 1.30pm on 1st October 2012 until 4am on 31st October 2012. It is open to UK residents only, aged 18 years and over (you will be required to declare your date of birth in order to claim your prize). Winners will be drawn at random on 1st November 2012 from all valid entries.

IMPORTANT: You MUST complete all of the initial entries to be included in the draw. All the entry options you see below in Rafflecopter MUST be completed, the ones that appear after you have finished these however, are optional.

146 comments:

  1. I love Typhoo breakfast tea in the morning x

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  2. I leave it to brew for ages so its nice and strong, then I add just a drop of milk! Xx

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  3. tea bag, boiling water add sweetener. Mmmm

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  4. milk in last, no sugar, steamin hot!

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  5. I make my tea in a mug. Bag in, top with boiling water, splash of milk. It's strong enough when the spoon stands up!!

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  6. I use a teapot to brew my perfect cup of Typhoo tea. Then i add to my cup a little milk, a little sugar, pour the tea and then sit down and relax.

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  7. just milk, no sugar, brewed nicely for the couple of min

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  8. When I get to keep my tea and its not stolen by my two year old, I like a milky tea with one sugar with a nice rich tea biscuit with butter on it lush!

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  9. I like it strong with not too much milk and no sugar. Perfect first thing in the morning.

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  10. warmed mug, freshly boiled water and a splash of milk

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  11. In a warmed tea pot, milk and no sugar, and milk in first!

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  12. a lil bit of sweetener and have it extra stong

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  13. Michelle McCulloch1 October 2012 at 17:19

    milk first, and lots of it !

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  14. We pour the water in as soon as the kettle clicks from the boil, Hubby is convinced it makes a difference.

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  15. milk, no sugar can never have enough tea

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  16. Water, tea bag, wait, bag out, milk.
    Done

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  17. Tea bag in mug,boiling water and then add milk when it's strong enough :)

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  18. Heat the pot, freshly boiled water, allow to brew. Milk in first, then the tea.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  19. Not too strong, no milk and a sweetener

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  20. In the morning milk in last

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  21. You have to put the milk in once you have taken the teabag out,plenty of milk and one sugar

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  22. soya milk medium brew and sweetner - ah perfect!

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  23. tea bag in, then milk one sugar, then boiling water strain like mine medium

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  24. Tea - As strong as I can with 3 sugars and milk, mmmmm

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  25. In a pot - leave to mash for 7 minutes!

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  26. Milk & No Sugar

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  27. tea bag boiling water no milk and sugar

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  28. with very little milk and lots of sugar

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  29. Leave teh tea bag in for ages to make it really strong that just add milk!

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  30. Tea bag in the cup first, 2 sweetners then boiling water. Let the bag stew a bit for a stronger brew (remove) and add my skimmed milk

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  31. Lovely strong tea for me i have to have a cup no matter where i am its my fave drink.

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  32. a little milk and no sugar

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  33. Tea bag in for 2 minutes then add milk, definitely no sugar.

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  34. leave the teabag in for a few minutes, 2 sugars, loads of milk

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  35. I like it strong with a little milk and no sugar.

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  36. So refreshing on a morning. Boil kettle, insert teabag into mug, pour on water, add milk and leave for a few minutes. :) :D

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  37. freshly boiling water added to teabag.....stir...remove teabag.....dash of milk.....perfect

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  38. Strong with milk and half sugar, the best

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  39. Boil the kettle, when boiled pour an amount into the teapot to warm, tip out add teabag (or tea if its Sunday morning :)) usually two/three bags, then pour in the boiling water & let it steep for three minutes, put the milk into the cups & then pour in the tea, open your favourite packet of biscuits to dunk, then sit back & enjoy.

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  40. Let it brew, no sugar and don't add too much milk!

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  41. I love it strong or weak, we have got through so many kettles over the years as we wear them out keeping brewing up!

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  42. Typhoo teg bag, hot water, half a teaspoon of sugar and a little milk.

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  43. Boiling water & tea bag in mug, wait 2 minutes remove tea bag and add a dash of milk

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  44. My mum trained me up well. Leave the tea bag in for at least a couple of minutes, but not too long for it to get stewed. Stir a couple of times, squeeze bag a few times, remove bag, stir again, add sugar and then milk.

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  45. Boiling water, brew for 2 mins, stir.. wait til the tea bag stops spinning, squeeze gently, a drop of milk (5ml) = Perfect :)

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  46. I always use fresh water, I can't stand tea made with water thats been boiled more than once.

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  47. teabag, boiling water, a couple of minute to steep adn tis done - no milk or sugar for me!

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  48. nice mug, stick tea bag in add boiling water stir then squeeze add sugar and milk yum :)

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  49. It's all about warming the teapot and not having too much milk.... that's how you get the oooooo! x
    I have been told at work I am very high maintenance when it comes to tea, but you gotta do it right!! x

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  50. Tea bag, sugar, milk then water :-)

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  51. Milk no sugar for me! And the milk must be added after the tea bag has been taken out :)

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  52. milk first teabag in leave to brew so properly strong @kikicomp

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  53. I like my tea not too strong so I put the milk in first with the tea bag, add the water, dip it about a bit and remove the teabag when it's just the colour i like.

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  54. Warm teapot first so that the tea stays hotter for longer. Put fresh water in the kettle to boil. Empty teapot, put teabags in, pour on freshley boiled water and cover with teacosy. Leave a few mins then pour out tea and add a dash of milk.

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  55. Make it in my favourite mug, add milk first, then brew till its the perfect colour.

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  56. With loooots of sugar and relatively week

    @caro_mad

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  57. Kettle on, pour water on teabag, leave for 5 mins, add milk, drink and go ahhhhhhhh

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  58. Typhoo tea bag boiling water and stronger the better lovely!

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  59. I have just had to go decaff so it was two teabags brewed for ages now it is one brewed in fresh boiled water then a jint of milk and a quarter of a teaspoon of sugar

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  60. I like a fresh, hot brew, with only milk added, ahh lovely Typhoo.

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  61. I like a fresh, hot brew, with just milk added, aah Typhoo...

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  62. by getting my husband to make it!

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  63. tea bag, then add the water, remove the bag then add the milk - simple!

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  64. I like it strong with just a splash of milk and no sugar, tea that tastes like tea mot milky water!

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  65. Milk with two sweetners! Like mine not too strong. xoxo

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  66. stirred around, add 1 sugar, some milk and its perfect

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  67. tea bag and sugar, water then stir, milk then leave to brew for a minute or so then strain and stir... done!!! :)

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  68. Love a strong cuppa with drop of milk!

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  69. Tea bag in a pot for one, pour & add milk.

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  70. I don't drink tea myself but regularly make it for my Dad when he's doing jobs on my house ;o) So I make it hot and wet and with a biscuit haha

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  71. One teabag in a small teapot, hot water, brew for less than a minute, don't want it too strong,pour into cups and add a dash of milk, swish the spoon and a perfect cuppa!
    Angela

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  72. Lovely HOT cup of strong Typhoo tea first thing in the morning

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  73. Best made in a teapot and left to brew for a couple of minutes.

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  74. I love my tea on toast and not in a cup!

    BNM

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  75. A little milk and 1 sugar

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  76. Leave it to brew for 2 minutes then just a drop of milk

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  77. strong but quite milky & def no sugar!!!

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  78. I leave it to brew for ages so its nice and strong

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  79. milk first, then the boiling water and tea bag, leave for 2 minutes and enjoy

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  80. teabag, water leave for a few minutes then add milk and sugar

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  81. fresh water in kettle, heat teapot with boiling water then leave tea bags on water for 5 mins or so, pour and add milk. No sugar.

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  82. Medium strength and milk in last!

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  83. teabag, 1 sugar, boiling water, then milk in i like mine quite milky, then stir until you get a nice colour tho not too strong and enjoy. (sometimes with a bicuit or two)

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  84. Tea bag in a cup, 2/3 sugars, boiling hot water, let it brew for a few mins, then squeeze the tea bag out and then give it a drop of milk so its a caramel-ish colour. Perfect!

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  85. Sugar first, leave to brew for at least 30 seconds and THEN add the milk (never milk first!)

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  86. My huge pink mug, milk and one sweetener!

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  87. Very dark with only a dribble of milk and 2 sugars :)

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  88. It has to be a plain white china mug for me. freshly boiled water and skimmed milk

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  89. i let it brew so it's nice and strong then i add 2 spoons of sugar and just the tiniest splash of semi skimmed milk to my china cup. lovely!!!

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  90. warmed mug teabag in boiling water and a drop of milk

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  91. Tea Bag in, freshly boiled water and milk in last. Then stir like mad !

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  92. It has to made in a teapot , warmed first and freshly boiled water.

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  93. The perfect cup is 2 sugars and a splash of milk - warms you up in an british winter

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  94. Pure strong black - no milk or sugar

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  95. Boiling water, one sugar, milk in last

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  96. very little milk before the water & no sugar x

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  97. only put the tea bag in for a few seconds x

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  98. Tea Bag in, add nice steaming water, give it a swirl and a dash of milk and off I go ...refreshing and delicious it keeps me going throughout the day!

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  99. Left to brew, then just a little mill, mmm...

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  100. teabag in mug, boiling water, bag out after 2 mins, splash of goats milk in.

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  101. Water before the milk, not too strong, and one sugar mmmmmmmmm

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  102. Milk first, then the tea from a pot

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  103. We had this discussion in work last week, I say put the milk in first then tea from a pot.

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  104. Milk and two sugers as soon as i wake up can't start the day without a cuppa

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  105. Boiling water, hot mug, and patience.

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  106. pour water straight over the bag slowly and leave the bag in

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  107. hot water in cup bottom 3ed, swirl round pour away, cup heated add teabag, boiling water. couple of minutes brew, take teabag out - add milk, sugar or sweetener, stir and serve

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  108. I want to win this for my hubbby. I don't drink tea but when I make it for him (rarely because I'm so bad) I squash the tea bag against the side because I'm impatient! :-D x

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  109. Tea bag in cup, pour over freshly boiled water and leave to brew for a few minutes, remove tea bag and add skimmed milk.

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  110. Boiling water in first, milk second :)

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  111. My perfect cup of Typhoo is teabag brewed for 2 minutes, followed by a good splash of milk...then left to a gulpable temperature

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  112. Serve it black and the true taste of the tea comes through

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  113. In a pot served in a china cup, doesn't taste write any other way and lives to short to not use the best crockery everyday

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  114. Milk, typhoo tea bag and 2 sugars in the cup first, then hot water. stir 5 times and voila!

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  115. Water just from the boil, let it brew a minute or so and then add a good drop of milk.

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  116. Throw a t-bag in a mug, pour on water, add milk, remove t-bag

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  117. Sugar, teabag(sometimes 2), milk in the mug. Add boiling water and leave for a couple of minutes, dunk the teabag about to get some flavour out until its quite strong

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  118. Warm the pot, add the teabags, wait until the kettle boils, pour on the water, wait 4 minutes then pour into a mug - well worth the wait :)

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  119. I'm a heathen and like it weak, so just dip the bag in and take it out, then add a little milk

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  120. Tea Bag and Boiling Hot Water :)

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  121. great just milk no sugar

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  122. cant do mornings without my cuppa

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  123. Loose tea in boiling water in tea-pot, standing for 3 minutes and adding milk in tea-cup.
    dcavender@fsmail.net

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  124. Boiling water a drop of milk & no sugar

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  125. With hot water and milk and let it brew till its the right shade

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  126. Without any milk or sugar! Mmm :)

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  127. i make my cup of tea by putting the tea bag into my mug, add boiling water, let it brew for couple of minutes, then i will add the milk.

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  128. I let it brew for a good few minutes and enjoy it with soya milk! :) x

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  129. Rinse out the kettle & fill with fresh filtered water. I like tea black so just have the bag in the cup, pour the water on, agitate it with a spoon briefly then remove the bag. The other half prefers a teapot though so if he's having some too that's how we have it!

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