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Like blood in British veins.

Till a few decades ago Britain was the greatest tea drinking country in the World. In recent years, however, it has been replaced by India, which started drinking more tea in sheer quantity than any other nation. 213 more words

Will the Real Brown Betty Please Stand Up?

Contrary to the stereotypes not every British person is an expert on the art of tea making – though almost every one of them has a couple hard and fast rules: warm the pot first, and always use boiling water. 670 more words


I was bought up in a family that has tea twice a day. It’s a must to drink tea everyday no matter if we had breakfast or not we woke up and had tea first thing in the morning.   1,112 more words


.: A relaxing tea @ Number sixteen :.

I was thrilled to have my sister over with me for the weekend. Last time we had been together was in our weekend away in… 274 more words


Drinking English Tea...A little rant of streams of consciousness Saturday.

Drinking my coffee yesterday morning while listening to CNN on referendum matters of BREXIT, I literally swallowed wrongly and almost choked on it when I learnt that UK voted out. 230 more words

Stream Of Consciousness Saturday.

Green tea with roses & Lewis Carroll's Alice

Tea, though ridiculed by those who are naturally coarse in their nervous sensibilities…will always be the favored beverage of the intellectual.

 – Thomas DeQuincy (1875-1959) Confession of an English Opium Eater – 58 more words


Afternoon Tea at Heston Hyde Hotel

Heston Hyde Hotel is a new hotel addition to the list of London Heathrow Hotels. Just a couple of months ago, me and my friend saw an afternoon tea deal at an extremely good price, without any hesitation we bought it and decided to use it for a celebration later down the line. 674 more words