Tea lovers are notoriously pedantic about their tea-drinking habits, and I know this because I am one of them. As obsessive tea drinkers our customs, rituals and tea habits are likely to be annoying to others. Although it is human nature to create habits and both coffee and tea drinkers consider their daily rituals as … Continue reading “A simple cup of tea is far from a simple matter.”
George Orwell, the famous English critic, writer and essayist, loved a cup of tea as much as any of us. First published in the Evening Standard in 1946, he writes about the correct way to make tea and on reading his list, I have to agree with him. In his essay ‘A Nice Cup of … Continue reading George Orwell Musing on Tea
The best place to enjoy a cup of tea is often at home because so many cafes today do not serve ‘proper tea’ We have become accustomed to a tea bag popped into a cup or a pot of hot water and a lonely teabag on the side, unfortunately. Given the emphasis on specialist baristas, … Continue reading “The Perfect Temperature for Tea is Two Degrees Hotter than Just Right”.