Tea and Biscuits | Tea and Biscuits for Breakfast | Biscuits and Tea
Tea and biscuits are one of the best combinations that goes well with most people especially in Britain; they usually kick start their day with tea and also end it with tea.
The perfect pairing of this meal is just amazing, sweet tea biscuits recipe for some it’s happy snack time. Basically, adding milk to black tea doesn’t reduce the tea’s healthy chemistry and that’s how Britain’s prefer taken their tea.
Teas contain antioxidant properties that can boost a healthy heart, especially the green and black brands. Moreover, in some cultures, tea with milk is a normal pair while in some it’s not so, but when drinking tea for health purposes you may hold the milk.
I remember my boarding school days, tea and biscuit’ dunking is an everyday thing, virtually every student likes dipping their biscuits inside the tea. Back then in school, we call it flakes, biscuits combo, biscuits Medemede or medems for short, biscuit meme (Yama Yama). What a funny name, it’s just our boarding school slang. Meanwhile, only very few students return back to the hostel with Rich Tea, Digestive Biscuits, Hobnob, Chocolate Biscuits, Custard Cream Biscuits. Whereas, Cabin Biscuits is a must-have for every student, when dunked it doesn’t break easily into your Cuppa.
How to Enjoy Your Tea and Biscuits
Simply follow these hints it will enable you to achieve full enjoyment from your tea a biscuits meal.
Carefully select your mug/cup else you end up serving a large biscuit in a small mug/cup; if the mouth is small chances are you will be struggling with the biscuit when Deeping on the tea.
Secondly, ensure there is a saucer beneath the mug/cup, it will guard biscuit crumbles falling off the floor when dunking; while the two food combination is well sitting in one bowl.
Thirdly, choose your tea carefully; certainly, a good choice starts with tea mix with milk or hot chocolate likewise hot milk. But whatever tea you intend to drink either hot or cold should be able to melt the biscuit adequately.
Lastly, select your biscuits, remember hard biscuits takes a longer time to dunk properly in your tea. Rich Tea, Digestive Biscuits, Hobnob, Chocolate Biscuits, Custard Cream Biscuits, Cookies biscuits, or Cabin Biscuits.