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Davybe

Teapot or Cup?

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Just arriving back from another good cruise .

 

I love tea and at home will just put a tea bag in a cup or mug when brewing up.

But every time we ordered tea on the ship it came in a little or large teapot. 

 

 

Both Celebrity and Cunard use a leaf tea in a bag ,and both area nice cup of tea, which stay's warm in the pot for some time .Since arriving back we dugout the teapot and  have started using it again ,Must say I think there is a pleasant improvement in the flavour of the tea. 

 

Do you have a preference??...Davybe

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For convenience (like every day) a teabag in a mug, often suffices (off-times it also gets re-cycled too!!)

 

When cruising, or sharing with friends, a teabag or better still, high quality leaves, in a pre-heated teapot.

You just cant beat it (unlike an egg!)

 

China over Stainless or Nickel Silver, too!

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Tea in a pot. It must be stirred 4 times clockwise then teice anticlockwise. Left to stand for 2 minutes it should then be poured into a mug containing a small amount of milk. Lovely

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Loose tea in a white china pot with a strainer the good old way Oh and proper tea bought loose and not the powder they sell in supermarkets

 

Morning Jaczs.

 

Both Celebrity and Cunard have a leaf tea but it's in a bag , both make a nice cuppa.

Must say I loved the tea served in the Queen's room on Cunard ,for the afternoon tea very refreshing...Davybe

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