I love a great cup of tea on a Sunday morning with the Newspapers.
Now I am a great fan of Sunday morning breakfasts. And I will normally drink tea on a Sunday morning and not coffee. Why is that? Because I drink Espresso Coffee every day in the week and even on saturday mornings so why not on a sunday morning. Is this something I grew up with or habit?
Hot weather – does this mean we drink more Coffee?
If we are having a dinner party then I will always offer coffee (some do like tea I know) I personally do not like tea after a dinner party – there is no finesse to it, and besides it does not go very well with a nice Cuban Romeo & Julieta No.5 cigar! I digress. So Sunday mornings- there is nothing better than a sunday morning with a nice slow cooked breakfast, a trip to the local shop to pick up the newspapers, and a lovely sunny day in which to read them outside (as it is already 22 degrees this morning). I do like a cup of tea with this. But reading the papers outside in this weather – actually a cup of espresso based coffee like an americano or capuccino does sound better, and if we were on the continent we would probably be drinking coffee – so is this whole idea temperature based? In a european climate that is sunny and dry we would rather drink coffee, and in a moderate climates with plenty of rain we drink more coffee! Does anyone have any ideas on this?
I have just remembered we are off to a cycle show later at the NEC in Birmingham. I wonder what type of coffee we will get there?! I will blog about this tomorrow.