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'' Çay ; yoksulların, şairlerin ve yalnızların resmi içeceğidir..!

'' Çay ; yoksulların, şairlerin ve yalnızların resmi içeceğidir..!

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Belarus just like Russia and Ukraine have the massive loving and obsession to use giant Samovars (tea makers) as they make a lot of tea automatically for a large group of people.

tea party, 1930  ...pretending to be the Mother and pouring tea made her feel like she was a big girl...

Tea Party - Photo Postcard, 1930 from the Museum of Childhood, Edinburgh, Scotland

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Çaycı izzet efendi

Çaycı izzet efendi

Tea

Using loose leaf tea means needing a strainer but it's totally worth it. Flavor so much better than tea bags.

Çay dostlarıma,dostlarım çaya benzer☺

Çay dostlarıma,dostlarım çaya benzer☺

Typically, people in the US and Canada consider England to be the major tea drinking country in Europe, but recent study found that 82 percent of Russians drink tea daily.  The attributes of Russian tea drinking: samovar (meaning "self-boiler" in Russian), loose leaf black tea, pancakes, jam, cubed sugar, sliced lemon, cups in cup holders, porcelain set… Unfortunately, very few people drink tea in accordance with this attributes, because almost no one these days uses a samovar.:

A recent study found that 82 percent of Russians drink tea daily. Traditionally, tea making required a samovar (meaning "self-boiler") and loose leaf black tea. However, most now use a kettle and teabags.

Tea meditation  Make your mornings zen and peaceful Guided meditation for beginners

Tea meditation: inner calm and happiness

Tea meditation Make your mornings zen and peaceful Guided meditation for beginners

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