Fancy a Cuppa?

A collection of cups filled with chocolate, coffee and tea from around the world.

A café con leche as served in Santiago de Compostela in Northern Spain. A café con leche as served in Santiago de Compostela in Northern SpainTea with bee pollen at the snack factory on the Mekong River in Vietnam. Tea with bee pollen at the snack factory on the Mekong River in VietnamWonderful chinaware for our Helsinge B&B breakfast, Denmark.  Wonderful chinaware for our Helsinge B&B breakfast, DenmarkA variety of Scandanavian-designed cups in our Falkenberg B&B kitchen, Sweden. A variety of Scandanavian-designed cups in our Falkenberg B&B kitchen, SwedenA cup of chai in a village near Udaipur, India. a Cup of Chai in a Village near UdaipurHot chocolate & Speculoos cookies in Brugge, Belgium. Hot Chocolate & Speculoos Cookies in Brugge, Belgium First round in a tea ceremony in Melaka, Malaysia. the tea, first round in the tea ceremonyCoffee in a bright cup along with fresh-squeezed orange juice for breakfast in the mercadito in Marquelia, Mexico. Drinks of coffee and fresh-squeezed orange juice in the mercadito in Marquelia, MexicoThe cup, made of a silver-rimmed gourd, is called the mate and the strainer/spoon that is also a straw is called the bombilla. The yerba mate is put into the ‘mate’, boiling water added and the herbal drink drunk through the silver straw with a strainer/spoon at the end.A flea market with a bunch of silver-rimmed gourd used as a cup for mate, the famous Argentinean teaMore of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Cups, Glasses or Saucers.

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