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Ambessa Tea Stories: How to Drink Tea the Irish Way

By Ashley Beck | March 14, 2013

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There is a certain hospitality associated with tea. I experienced this kindness on my trip to England; you won’t go to visit anyone without being offered a cup of tea or the host putting the kettle on within moments of entering their home. This tradition is quite true in Ireland as well, and although there are a few differences in preferences and tea strength, the warmth and generosity is no less apparent. Read More

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