Tuesday, January 11, 2005

Tea time

I know at least one of my readers knows how to appreciate a nice cup of tea and a sit down.


Blogger Korndog said...

Please remember that you are loved and held in the HIGHEST esteem by your readers.... even those who may be too young to really understand what they are reading. Thanks much for your graciousness.

1:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

...Teatime says,
What a nice link! I certainly have enjoyed and shared the fine Australian Ulysses True Blue T-Pot Tea I received as a special gift. You might like to check into Upton Tea Imports at www.uptontea.com
I would really like to have a nice cup of tea and a sit down with R & TripleJ.

5:55 PM  
Blogger ~rich said...

UDave, thank you much...I appreciate your comments.

Teatime, I'm glad to hear that the Australian tea is good...I'm looking fw to having some with you!

9:34 AM  
Blogger Gunston said...

When I was in the region during Desert Storm, I had several occasions to have tea with local officials. They were quite interesting events. The tea was served with great formality. If I remember correctly, at one of the events, what was served was called either twice boiled, or thrice boiled tea.

Have you had any events with local civilians at which tea was served?

6:15 PM  
Blogger ~rich said...

while Jenny and I were in Qatar we had a traditional meal, to include tea. we were on a tour, so I don't know how authentic it was, but it seemed for real!

8:05 PM  

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