INSIDE THE FACTORY REVEALS HOW TO BREW PERFECT CUP OF TEA

Inside the Factory reveals how to brew PERFECT cup of tea news
Series 3 of Inside the Factory starts on BBC Two tonight, and it's all about teabags. Host Cherry Healey is taught how to make a perfect cuppa by Dr Stuart Farrimond, a scientist and tea expert.

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