Is drinking tea typically English? If the answer is yes then I am not typically British, as I personally do not like it at all.
Tea is thought to have originated around 5,000 years ago in China, becoming established throughout Asia, particularly in Japan, China and Korea, before spreading in popularity to the rest of the world in the early 17th century when it became fashionable in France, Portugal and Russia. It first came to Britain in the 1660s, when King Charles II married the Portuguese princess Catherine of Braganza, who introduced tea-drinking to the Court. Today in the UK alone 165 million cups are brewed...
The only product we've found with traditionally produced ''Traditionell Hergestellt'' on it, is ''Ja!'' milk. Everything else appears to be HT ''Länge Frisch''. Amazing that cheap products are better than expensive products. Ja! still tastes like milk and not like some UHT rubbish.
Supermarkets that carry Ja! should be Toom and could be Marktkauf, although I've never seen a Marktkauf in Hamburg. I've been in Marktkauf in Stade, Otterndorf and two others, along the B73 to Cuxhaven on the north coast, but did not look for milk.