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East Frisian tea ceremony

Traditional "Teetied"

There is no other place where people drink as much tea as in East Frisia in Lower Saxony. Drinking tea is a delightful ceremony there. This requires porcelain cups with thin walls and the red "East Frisian rose" or blue decoration, a cream jug, a cream spoon, a "Kluntjepott" for the candy sugar cubes with tongs, a teapot warmer and a voluminous teapot. East Frisian tea uses a strong blend carefully selected from Assam, Ceylon, Java and Sumatra.

Curious about the taste of East Frisian tea? Then we would like to warmly invite you to an original East Frisian tea ceremony.

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"Nu is Teetied."

Experience the original tea ceremony at the East Frisian Tea Museum in Norden.

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