Tea Time

Tea Time

Drinking tea is a daily ritual for many parts of the world. Growing up in England, it was customary as kids for my sisters and I to drink tea with milk and sugar. These days, my love of tea still exists. It’s usually green tea for breakfast, flavoured black tea later in the day, and bubble tea as an occasional treat.

I also love to indulge in Afternoon Tea. It’s a chance to unplug from the fast-food, take-out, on-the-go world we live in. It lets you to trade in that extra-large cardboard beverage container for a quaint, if not dainty teacup. I love the ritual of choosing a tea, and having it served to you in your very own, piping hot, teapot, not to mention the delicious sweet and savory delicacies served on a three-tiered plate.  Every once in a while it’s nice to stop everything, have a cup of tea, and watch the world go by.

Read more about Tea Culture at the following link.


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