World of Tea Archives - Rivertea Blog
Most of you are probably on a sunny beach right now, but for those stuck at the office how about changing your routine a bit so it will be easier to go through the long working summer days. What we’re proposing is to spice things up in the tea drinking departament with the one and only bubble tea.
How do you take your tea? We bet it’s from a big mug that allows you to savour as much as possible with one serving. Others prefer it differently. Turkish people, to be more exact, drink it from small glasses, similar to shots. And that’s not the only thing that’s distinctive in their ceremony.
Enjoying an afternoon tea alongside friends and family is a long lasting British tradition, but it’s not mandatory to keep it in the country. Throwing an old fashioned tea party is a good reason to meet up with your closest ones, make your favorite tea and serve the most delicious cookies you can find.
Tea is great! We love to drink it, share a cup with our friends, it’s good for our health and comforting in times we feel overwhelmed. There are no limits for what we could use tea in our everyday life. Did you know that there are a lot of ways tea can make you look beautiful?
As tea lovers ourselves, we know summer makes it really difficult for you to enjoy your favorite hot beverage. Let’s face it: it’s not the same as when sitting in your favorite armchair, cuddling up under a blanket and sipping peacefully with the sound of the rain hitting the window. Now that’s a picture to hang on your wall!
Take a look at your favorite teapot. What does it say to you? Does it say “take a break and have a cup of tea”? Well for some contemporary artists teapots say more than that, truly becoming a source of inspiration not only for paintings depicting nature or people enjoying tea, but also for paintings depicting the teapot itself.