Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Spring Break 2015 - Time for Tea in Munich

 Attention all American restaurants:
This is the way you need to serve a cup of tea!  
The saucer on top of the glass mug keeps the water hot 
while brewing, and holds the wet "tea bag"
after the tea is brewed.   
And, don't you just love how the "tea bag" hooks around the handle?

 The rain began falling in Munich shortly after arrival in the City Centre,
and and the kids took off on a bicycle tour.  
Glenn and I walked, shopped, and enjoyed tea under
a cover at a sidewalk bakery/coffee house. 
Ronnefeldt Tea is a German company
Teehaus Ronnefeldt is a Frankfurt family-managed business
"Known for their Quality since 1823"
Go to http://www.teehaus-ronnefeldt.com/en/production.html
for an excellent educational TEA video


Rosemary said...

Such a clever way to serve tea! Love the European experience. And how fun... a bicycle tour of the city! Good thing for those kids to do!

Patsy said...

I would like our tea bags
to hook like that.
What fun you -all are having!

Marilyn Miller said...

What a lovely way to spend a rainy day. I have heard of this tea company. Hope it was a good cuppa.

Steph said...

So glad you got to enjoy tea while here! And this is quite clever.

racheld said...

Lovely cup of tea, clear as amber. And I'd have made the whole trip, just to stroll that rain-mirrored street arm-in-arm with Chris.


Joy said...

I love that tag that hooks around the teacup handle. What a great idea!

Beth said...

Good idea on how to serve tea, Linda. Thanks for sharing. The cathedral is beautiful. I find there are many old, spectacular cathedrals in Europe. Such a wonderful place to visit!


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