Loistavia teekuvia, taidankin keittää itsellekin kupposen darjeelingia.
A familiar ceremony. How many cubes of sugar?
Tea in a glass - now that is class!
I wouldn't mind a cup of tea in Morocco!
What a lovely teapot, and carrying tray too! Looks tasty... I may have to make some tea of my own now! :)Stopping over to say hi from SITS; your blog is fantastic! ♡
I agree with Sami. That teapot and tray are gorgeous! Sure beats a cardboard Starbuck's cup!
Greetings from Sharm el Sheikh *wave*
Voila !every drop in! A lovely teapot and tray indeed.
Great photos! I love the teapot and tray. My hubby brought a beautiful set back from Afghanistan for me that I absolutely treasure. Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting on my post about Letting Love In Once More. I really appreciate your point of view. I hope all's well in Casa. Have a beautiful weekend!Kristi, Live and Love...Out Loud@TweetingMama
Samaa olen nähnyt täälläkin, sekä teen että kahvin kanssa.Kaunis kannu!
>>ALLUToivottavasti maistui! :)>>SUSUActually with a sweetner because he's trying to lose weight...>>MAGICDARTSOh la laa...you're right! :)>>MYTHOWhen? I'm waiting... :)>>SAMINice to meet you, thanks for leaving a comment!The idea of pouring the tea is to pour from high so that there'll be bubbles...>>STICKUP ARTISTLOL! Guess what! The cafe has a logo copied from Starbuck's - I have to take a photo of it!>>NICOLELOL!>>KEATSand his pouring was perfect - you see the bubbles! :)>>KRISTII really liked your posting. It was honest and deep. Sunshine from Casa! :)>>YAELIANAi kahvinkin kanssa, en ole taalla enka Kairossa nahnyt kahvin lorotusta, vain teen.Taalla 'kaikki' juovat espressoa tai 'kasi'a - espresso pienella maaralla maitoa...
I'm gonna try this at home, for sure! Looks so nice and I like tea ^^.
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