Ostfriesischer Sonntagstee

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Ostfriesischer Sonntagstee?

Well, although Germany‘s primarily a coffee-drinking culture, there are pockets of the country that’re are hotbeds of tea drinking. One of those places is the region in Germany on the northernmost part of the Dutch border called Ostfriesland.

I’ve talked about them before on this blog and I continue to find the tea that the people in Ostfriesland drink, as well as the way they drink it, to be fascinating. For example, there’s an Ostfriesland Teezeremonie (tea ceremony) that really needs to be written about.

What a perfect opportunity for a teablogger such as yours truly. I’ll write about that at some point in the future. Anyone interested in a German tea ceremony?

Ok, I’ll get to that as soon as I’m able.

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4 thoughts on “Ostfriesischer Sonntagstee”

  1. I’m looking forward to reading about this. I’ve always been fascinated by the East Frisian tea. I’ve certainly read a lot about it, but never seen pictures or known anybody whose enjoyed it first-hand. So I hope you aren’t faking it….!

    1. What is even more interesting is their East Frisian tea blend and if anyone knows where it comes from, I would be really interested in hearing that story.

  2. I’m actually German myself and my family has always drunk more tea than coffee, but I had no idea we have a tea ceremony. Of course, I’ve never been to Ostfriesland…I’m really curious about this. I especially want to know how the German ceremony compares to the tea ceremonies in Asia.

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