There are hundreds of varieties of tea, but the main categories of teas are:
a. Black tea.
b. Fruit or herbal tea or infusion.
c. Japanese tea.
d. Chinese tea.
teas are served in porcelain or silver pots along with an individual strainer. Also, different teas have different steeping times, which we will inform the Guests of when we serve their tea.
Step 1 – Set up the tray with the teapot in the middle. Arrange the cups and saucers, teaspoons, milk jug and sugar around the teapot. All the handles, and teaspoons, should be facing the same direction.
Step 2 – When at the Guests’ table, place the lightest items on the table first. The heavier the item, the later it should be taken off the tray. Ensure that all the handles are facing the same direction, to the right of the Guest.
Step 3 – Place the condiments within easy reach of all the Guests at the table.
Step 4 – Present the teapot, and inform the Guests of the steeping time.
Step 5 – Once the tea has steeped, pour the tea for the guests and invite them to enjoy their perfectly made cup of tea.
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