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However, we describe it the great British cuppa, brew, char it has been relegated to the furthest corner of the cafe menu. It has been replaced by coffee in various guises, served iced or laced with exotic fruit. Tea is treated like the embarrassing auntie at a wedding, ostracised and unpopular. There is no appreciation for the tradition of tea making globally. What can be better than a brew and a natter to solve personal and world issues? Come and join me on my whistle kettle tour around Europe...
6 stories, collected by Denise Robinson