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Sunday, December 11, 2005

On the Eleventh Day of Christmas (part two)

My Tube Love gave to me (another gift cos he/she was feeling generous)

Some London Underground Tea in Tube Map Caddies

London Underground Map Tea Caddies


Now, I'm sure that London Underground staff don't have these sweet little caddies of tea and proabably drink some dark brown stuff from tea urns that spoon would stand up in of its own accord. So when I say London Underground Tea, I mean three varieties of tea - Earl Grey, English Breakfast Tea and, the mysteriously named, London Tea.

This pack of three caddies was found in a Whittard's shop (can't see it online) and they even do an instore 10% student discount if you're a student and want a further discount on the very reasonable fiver they charge for them.

Inpsired by above, here's the perfect mug to drink your London Underground Tea from (although you can design your own too - only £8.99 including free UK delivery)

Mornington Crescent Mug


BTW what is London Tea?

(See the Tenth day of Christmas Gift here)


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