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"When tea becomes ritual, it takes its place at the heart of our ability to see greatness in small things." ~ Muriel Barbery, The Elegance of the Hedgehog
Tea Morrocan style

Mint tea is a specialty of Morocco. It is sweetened green tea with mint leaves. Add an orange slice. Yes, but the pot and glasses are beautiful!

21 Absolutely Charming Tea Rooms You Have To Visit Before You Die (how have I only been to one of these?!?!)

21 Absolutely Charming Tea Rooms You Have To Visit Before You Die

There's just something about fall that makes sipping on tea seam Devine! An afternoon with beasties at any of these tea rooms would be fantastic! 21 Absolutely Charming Tea Rooms You Have To Visit Before You Die

The Braithwaites Teas mobile station, serving cream teas in London

Ooooh, maybe a mobile Tea Apothecary? The Braithwaites Teas mobile station, serving cream teas in London

Preparing Masala tea, Durbar Square, Kathmandu, Nepal

In Nepal division of labor by gender exists. Men are the ones that do the hard work and women are only expected to cook, wash and care for the children. This woman in the photo is preparing Masala tea, Durbar Square, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Tea tin

Lipton Ceylon Tea Merchant by special appointment- His Majesty The King Tea Tin. by teacaddy.

菊花茶 : Chrysanthemum tea by yocca. I love Chrysanthemum tea. Very comforting

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Moroccan Tea- Mint Tea is a staple of every day life in Morocco and compliments the food and the climate.

“ Traditional arabic tea with dry madjool dates and rock sugar nabot by Speleolog”

wanderthewood: “Traditional arabic tea with dry madjool dates and rock sugar nabot by Speleolog ”

Tea: A History of the Drink That Changed the World by John C. Griffiths -  -  A fascinating account of the world's favorite beverage from the son of Sir Percival Griffiths, author of the monumental and definitive tome The History of the Indian Tea Industry,

Tea: A History of the Drink That Changed the World

Tea: A History of the Drink That Changed the World by John C. Griffiths - - A fascinating account of the world's favorite beverage from the son of Sir Percival Griffiths, author of the monumental and definitive tome The History of the Indian Tea Industry,

Chinese Tea Ceremony

Ordering in a restaurant is very congruent to American society and would bring the two cultures closer as the language learner uses their language to order their meal or tea.

Drinking tea the Gujarati way.

Drinking tea the Gujarati way. The expression in her eyes, the multicolored chooris almost halfway up her arms, look at her itty witty fingers and itty bitty foot on her other itty bitty foot.

Global Tea Etiquette : How to Drink Tea Around the World

Global Tea Etiquette : How to Drink Tea Around the World Infographic is one of the best Infographics created in the How To category. Check out Global Tea Etiquette : How to Drink Tea Around the World now!