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72: The Rare Tea Lady + Eating Wooly Mammoth and reading tea leaves

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The guys delve into the wonderful world of tea this week, with world renowned expert 'Rare Tea Lady' Henrietta Lovell.  From the most expensive tea in the world to the sordid history of British tea origins, how we fell out of love with 'proper tea', to the chemistry of the perfect cup, this is an in-depth trip inside everything about tea...they even have a chance to read the tea leaves too!  Plus once again they are 'cooking the impossible', trying to figure out what Mammoth would taste like.  

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