Schaap, Rosie
May 2008
Guideposts;May2008, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p91
The article presents tips on making tea. Scald the pot first by filling it with very hot water, then dumping it out. Pat the pot dry before adding the tea. Use strong, high-quality loose tea. Measure one teaspoon per cup, plus one extra spoonful, into the warm pot. Take the water off the boil and pour it immediately into the pot. Scones, cucumber sandwiches and bite-sized pastries are recommended accompaniments.


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