If you’ve been following Kitchen Authority for the last few weeks; you’ll know I’ve been on a mission to find the perfect teapot.
Don’t believe me? Check out our comprehensive Guide To Tea Makers.
When I started my journey, I wasn’t really au fait with tea but now I’m really loving it. It’s very soothing and can even help take away the pain of my day-to-day grind.
It’s not a replacement for coffee but I definitely wouldn’t want to give up my tea now.
The Sweese 2309 Teapot is a wonderful teapot. It’s a classic British design and it looks wonderful on the table at tea time. It makes me feel, refined and elegant.
Tea, The British Way?
The Brits love their tea. Whereas once we’d thrown theirs in the harbor, we fell out of love with it.
So, it is to the British I turn today to explain how to make tea so as not to leave the average Brit in complete distress when you invite them over to share a cuppa.
Poor dears, they’re quite particular about this.
Biscuits are a big part of drinking tea too. Don’t forget them. Yes, biscuits not cookies. We’re in British mode here. But cookies will be fine.
The Sweese 2309 Teapot
You can’t go wrong with a teapot. It’s really just a big bowl for holding hot water.
You will need a tea strainer if you want to make loose tea in this – but you can always be very British and drop a few tea bags inside and serve that instead.
It’s fine, no-one else will know.