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Would you call a cuppa tea a Mash or a Brew?? I think Sheffield Folk usually go with Mash!

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It's either mash a cuppa or mek a cuppa here

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i go for mash a cuppa but thats ussually as i refer to tea, if its coffee its usually mek us a coffe lol x

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Well I would say "make a cuppa tea/coffee" but then I am Scottish and had never heard the expression "mash" before I moved here, only mash I know is the potato kind,lol.

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but having made the tea you have to wait while it's mashed

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Live in Lancashire now and they say BREW but I still say MASH.

 

The Lancs even call breadcakes teacakes ie plain teacakes & currant teacakes. I have tried to educate them as any Yorkshireman would but they will not change.

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I don't call the actual tea mash, but I do call the process of making a cuppa mashing. If that makes sense?

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