[strange physics of hot tea]

Zee Gimon

I am Zee. I call myself the Observer because that's what I find myself doing most of the time - observe life and people around me. My blog is a Pensieve, similar to that of Dumbledore, used to keep the thoughts and random ideas that visit my brain.

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  • Gotta go with the others on the whole "hot tea on a hot day" thingy. 'course I don't drink coffee either. πŸ™‚ Thanks for the mention lil sis.
    My recent post Glory

    • Well, okay, your case is different because you don't drink tea / coffee at all πŸ˜› (Still have no idea how you do it considering that you get up at that ungodly o'dark thirty hour) πŸ™‚

      However, a word of advice – if you ever come to Ukraine or Russia, be prepared to be offered hot tea (after a huge lunch / dinner). That's one of the things over here to show respect to our guests. Coming somewhere and not having tea (or have someone over and not to offer them tea) would be so strange for me πŸ˜€

  • Mary

    Hot tea has a long tradition in Australia. Even in hot conditions it has a cooling effect. I love tea, and try out all sorts of tea. Leaf tea is much better than teabags, although I use teabags as well. Different teas go well at different times of day. The only teas I don’t like are Earl Grey (sorry Zee) and Lapsang Souchong. The latter is terrible stuff ( in my opinion).

    • Cool – if anything, slavic people and australians have this in common – they know how amazing hot tea is πŸ™‚

      I don’t like plain green tea but every once in a while I can try different variations of it – with flowers / fruits.

      Tea bags… well, I can make tea using those when no leaf tea is available, but if I am given options, I would go for leaf tea. My favorites are Earl Grey (more for me, if you don’t like it πŸ˜€ ) and various herbal fruity teas πŸ™‚

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