Her Most Gracious Majesty’s Tea

The Queen of England, going against all national tradition, has a royal loathing for tea and has never drunk a single drop in her life, preferring a regular morning cup of instant robusta coffee and, in times of war or pandemic, replacing her cup of “Maxwell House Quality Filter” with a large mug of “Leroux” chicory coffee.

This woeful introduction in the form of shameless fake news has no other aim than to encourage you to click the link below to learn the correct customs of the British Royal Tea Time and even her Gracious Majesty’s favourite brand of tea. We wish her many, many more wonderful years on the throne of England.

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