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Do you like to drink your tea from a Fine Bone China cup or does it not bother you what cup you drink out of?

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I far prefer to drink a cup of tea out of a cup that looks like the picture.

I find that tea tastes so much nicer if in a thin China cup as against a thick mug.

I also have some thin glass cups which I drink tea out of but no tea in mugs for me.
by Finy
I love drinking out of good English china but don't have much myself!
I loath thick lip cups and heavy thick mugs....yuk
by Fran
We only ever use fine bone china, we have mugs.
I can't drink from those heavy ugly things, they call coffee mugs.
I guess it's the English in me. lol.
It just makes the drink.
I drink a lot of delicious freshly brewed leaf tea,and I do like fine bone china! But I have fine bone china Mugs,as a cup is not nearly big enough for me! I have a gorgeous Wedgewood one and a stunning Coalport Countryware one.
Tea deserves to be enjoyed!
I had a really nice hand made earthenware mug that I liked for drinking tea out but alas it is no more. I need to find a replacement for it.
I just realised my mug is made of China. I don't drink tea or coffee, but I refuse to drink milk out of anything else.
by Vee
I like tea in a mug
by AJ
I drink tea or coffee out of my thick coffee mugs...Bigger is better in this case!
Have proper tea cups & only drink tea from them!
Don't particularly like tea in a mug, as its' lip is too thick!
P.S. Bought a big cup & saucer from T2, as now have time to really enjoy a 'cuppa' instead of rushing!
It's a good size & I enjoy every drop, usually with a fresh 'Lammie', or a couple of biscuits, or a serving of lovely little mini-sandwiches, So I can pretend it's my 'High Tea'. Lol!
by donjo
A Mug. My favourite is from T2 and holds 400ml of tea to which a little milk is added. Great cuppa - or should that be a great mugga?
One of my daughters gave me a beautiful antique cream & gold coloured patterned tea cup & saucer set a couple of Christmasís ago, but I find I always use a large mug for my afternoon tea, as it holds more tea of cause, but I do see it every day when I open the kitchen cupboard!
Never drink tea from a mug. Fine bone china for me.
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