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Coffee in Blue (Painting),  5x30x40 cm by Laetitia Guilbaud acrylic on canvas/deep edge canvas / 30x40cm / unframed acrylique sur toile / 30x40cm / non encadre

Coffee in Blue (Painting), 5x30x40 cm by Laetitia Guilbaud acrylic on canvas/deep edge canvas / 30x40cm / unframed acrylique sur toile / 30x40cm / non encadre

Ceramic by Laetitia PINEDA, france.

Ceramic by Laetitia PINEDA, france.

Coffee time

Coffee time

Source: christopherdixit - http://christopherdixit.tumblr.com/post/98917617791/justyna-evidence-model-stylist-laetitia

Source: christopherdixit - http://christopherdixit.tumblr.com/post/98917617791/justyna-evidence-model-stylist-laetitia

Mali.  Students of tea culture will notice that the long pour is a feature of traditional tea cultures in numerous far-flung places. 'Pulled-tea' in India, 'long-spout' pouring in China, or this 'high-pou'r in Mali — in each case the tea is aerated and vitalized by this technique, similar to how red wine is aerated to deepen flavor. This is something which didn’t make its way into British tea culture, maybe because it’s too vigorous and was non-dainty for the Victorian 'high-tea' setting.

Mali. Students of tea culture will notice that the long pour is a feature of traditional tea cultures in numerous far-flung places. 'Pulled-tea' in India, 'long-spout' pouring in China, or this 'high-pou'r in Mali — in each case the tea is aerated and vitalized by this technique, similar to how red wine is aerated to deepen flavor. This is something which didn’t make its way into British tea culture, maybe because it’s too vigorous and was non-dainty for the Victorian 'high-tea' setting.

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