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‘Drink your tea slowly evenly, without rushing toward the future’.

The expression ‘The Art of Tea” is heard quite often but not the phrase ” The Theatre of Tea” until now. Mark Thirwall is one of only four Australian World Tea Judges, and the ‘Theatre of tea’ is his approach to tea. Mark wants all Australians to slow down and take more time to prepare …

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“Que les invités qui entrent dans cette maison repartent en amis”

Welcome to The Teapot Site. The French phrase above translates into English as, May all who enter as guests, leave as friends. I love this beautiful sentiment that happens so easily over a cup of tea. Let’s put the kettle on and become friends as I share my love of all things tea; teapots, recipes, …

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“Rainy days should be spent at home with a cup of tea and a good book or some yarn.”

One of the more pleasant aspects of rainy days is being warm and dry indoors with piping hot tea nearby and some yarn for knitting or crochet. For me, it’s all about crochet which is not only relaxing and calming but at the same time stimulating. Not unlike tea; invigorating yet soothing. I need nothing …

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