There really is nothing better than sitting down with a good cup of tea.
But one thing that has left people divided across the country is – how do you make the perfect cuppa?
While the amount of milk you add often depends on personal preference, how long should you leave the tea bag in? And most importantly – do you add the milk or water first?
In a bid to settle the debate, we put the question to ECHO readers and asked Carly Lea from the popular cafe Maggie Mays on Bold Street to show us how to make one.
Here's what they had to say.
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ECHO reader Josh Saunders said: "Get a cup, put a tea bag in, boiling water, let it brew for a bit, take the teabag out, add milk, stir. It’s not exactly difficult."
But Michelle Trigwell wasn't convinced. She said: "Put the milk in before the water."
Gail Gordon-Smith was also in agreement. She said: "Milk first then hot tea."
While Edwin Bennett said: "Boil water, heat tea pot add your Assam tea pour boiling into pot and leave to infuse for 3/4 minutes."
Micky Davies was more flexible with his approach. He wrote: "What time of day is it and do I have toast?"
ECHO reader Nick Norters didn't hold back when he said: "By binning the tea and having a coffee."
Francis Richmond swooped in with some home truths when she said: "There's no such thing as a perfect cup of tea or coffee it's down to how the individual likes it."
And so the debate continues.