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Tea Breaks from Around the World!

Happy Friday! A light list!

    1. Fika - Sweden

    Swedish Fika is one of Sweden's most cherished customs, most often enjoyed with coffee and a cinnamon bun (kanelbulle). I worked with Swedes before, and this is one of my favorite activities, joining the fika .

    2. Oyatsu - Japan

    I used to hit the convenience store around 16 and indulge in some nice wagashi sweets and tea.

    3. Le goute - France

    The French version of afternoon tea

    4. Afternoon tea - UK

    Oh, the scones!

    5. Kaffee und Kuchen - Germany

    I haven't tried

    6. Merienda - Spain

    Merienda is Spain’s traditional afternoon snack, similar to some cultures’ afternoon tea. Usually, people eat it between 5 and 6:30 in the evening, although it can be eaten just about any time before dinner.

    7. Chai time - India

    The Indian version of afternoon tea

    8. Tea time - Moroccan

    The first serving is described as being as “gentle as life,” the second glass is “as strong as love,” and the third is “as bitter as death.”

    This goes well with Moroccan sweets or pancakes.

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