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The Tea Etiquette Quiz will test your knowledge of various issues surrounding proper etiquette relating to drinking tea, attending tea parties and the history of tea. The Tea Etiquette Quiz questions are carefully crafted so you can gauge how much you really know about proper behavior concerning tea.
1. If serving tea at a tea party, lemons should always be in wedges, not in slices.
a.True
b.False
Last improved on 12/10/2011 at 2:33:04 PM by Steven
2. What should you never add to tea that has lemon in it?
a.Sugar
b.Cold water
c.Milk
d.Sugar syrups
3. What is a tea slop basin?
a.A plate for your tea spoon and lemon rinds
b.A dish designed for used tea leaves
c.A dish from which you spoon out fresh tea leaves
d.A bowl for extra tea you might have poured out of the tea pot
4. Why is it more appropriate to say you "drink tea" instead of you "take tea"?
a.In Victorian times, the only people who said "take tea" were the lower classes
b."Drink tea" is considered more specific and therefore a better use of manners
c.To "take tea" implies lack of manners
d.In old England, to "take tea" literally meant to steal tea
5. The spout of the tea pot and tea kettle should face where?
a.Toward the guest of honor at tea
b.Toward the host
c.Always to the east
d.Away from the host and guests, if possible
6. If you are at a formal tea party, it is proper to keep your gloves on while drinking tea.
a.True
b.False
7. The same good tea can be used to make as many as 6 small pots or cups of tea. But green tea has a different composition. How many cups or pots can you make with one single amount of green tea?
a.1
b.2
c.3
d.4
8. The origins of tea are believed to be in what country?
a.India
b.Japan
c.Greece
d.China
9. What foods will be included in a "cream tea"?
a.Scones and other sweets
b.Sandwiches, scones
c.Scones, jam and cream
d.Sandwiches and other savories

10. What is added to transform a regular high tea into a "royal tea"?
a.Devonshire cream for scones
b.Champagne
c.Wine
d.Lemonade
11. A ploughman's tea (or farmer's tea) was hearty and included meat pies, cheeses and fruits. During what time of day was a ploughman's tea held?
a.10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
b.12 p.m. to 2 p.m.
c.2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
d.3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
12. Traditionally a tea cup holds 6 ounces.
a.True
b.False
13. What one ingredient should always be included in a traditional English trifle, which is often served at high tea?
a.Champagne
b.Sponge cake
c.Pound cake
d.Sherry
14. If you are sitting at a table, what should you do with the saucer when you are sipping tea?
a.Leave it on the table
b.Hold the saucer under the cup
c.Hold the saucer, but keep it well below the cup itself when you are sipping tea
d.Push the saucer to the middle of the table and move it back only when you are ready to put the cup down again
15. It is proper etiquette to hold your pinky in the air while bringing your teacup to your mouth for a sip.
a.True
b.False
16. What tea is named for an emperor who is said to have gone mad because of tea?
a.I don't know
b.Black Dragon
c.Is it Oolong?
d.Cha
17. there's the name of my favorite grey tea mixed in with the choices do you know what they are?
a.lady earl grey
b.emperor grey
c.earl grey
d.primavera grey
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What others think about Tea Etiquette
By: Bri'gette kelly Ramos on May 28, 2013
  Beyond fair trade tea is the best tea in the whole wide world. Its made up of Love and decency and we all get rewarded for the Uniqueness of beyond fair trade tea :D Happy Tea drinking .. Aloha :)
By: V Palin on May 14, 2013
  Enjoyed this little test!
By: Craig Huggins from Springwood on Apr 18, 2013
  I like tea. A lot.
By: Terri on Mar 23, 2013
  Fun quiz!
By: Katie on Mar 22, 2013
  I don't know what I'm doing...
By: Sandy on Mar 22, 2013
  Very interesting!
By: Ally on Mar 6, 2013
  That's really thiknnig out of the box. Thanks!
By: Johnny in Ottawa on Feb 3, 2012
  It's a great way to enjoy a morning tea. Try it Lesley :) Johnny
By: Georgia Renwick on May 31, 2011
  Tea is nice.
By: Gordon Hunter on Mar 23, 2011
  good fun
By: Arlene on Mar 13, 2011
  This quiz is great fun but just a tad difficult!
By: robin on Mar 8, 2011
  Tea rocks
By: Kerry on Sep 23, 2010
  Where there is tea there is hope :o)
By: trish on Sep 18, 2010
  Please note the difference between High Tea and Afternoon Tea
By: AMO on Sep 2, 2010
  Good Quiz
By: Delany on Jul 14, 2010
  This is a neat quiz; questions I have not thought about before.
By: Lisa G on Jun 28, 2010
  i like it
By: Susan on Apr 8, 2010
  Many Siberians and Arctic Alaskans put jam in their tea.
By: Susan on Apr 8, 2010
  Many Siberians and Arctic Alaskans put jam in their tea.
By: Susan on Apr 8, 2010
  Many Siberians and Arctic Alaskans put jam in their tea.
By: anna on Mar 20, 2010
  Very interesting it's always good to learn something new. Traditions and etiquette have always seemed inate. This test proves it's not
By: Amy on Jan 25, 2010
  I love to drink tea. It is so wonderful! But sometimes, when I am having my afternoon tea and scones, I just feel like such a dunce when drinking it! I would rather not share why...but I am sure you will understand my experiences!
By: Erin on Nov 6, 2009
  Cream Tea is served with only scones, clotted cream and jam.
By: jennifer on Oct 21, 2009
  Awesome experience!
By: Wendy on Oct 19, 2009
  Very interesting and valuable information. Society must keep up.
By: Elizabeth on Oct 15, 2009
  lots of fun
By: Charlotte on Oct 12, 2009
  Interesting
By: justin on Sep 21, 2009
  Interesting
By: Cristina on Sep 16, 2009
  Interesting
By: Richard on Sep 16, 2009
  Lancashire Tea is best drunk with Eccles Cakes
By: Lydia Andrews on Aug 27, 2009
  A bit of fun.
By: Sue on Aug 25, 2009
  Never trust a man who, when left alone with a tea cosy doesn't try it on.
By: David on Aug 25, 2009
  Tip: If your making a tea from a tea pot, the milk goes in first. If you using tea bag in your cup, milk goes in last.
By: Sue on Aug 25, 2009
  Never trust a man who, when left alone with a tea cosy doesn't try it on.
By: David on Aug 25, 2009
  Tip: If your making a tea from a tea pot, the milk goes in first. If you using tea bag in your cup, milk goes in last.
By: Bea on Aug 25, 2009
  Drinking herbal teas, in order, largely, to replace drinking ordinary black tea, has made a wonderful difference to my life! My skin is 99% clear, I don't get caffeine lows, and get to experience a huge range of gorgeous tastes I never would otherwise have known existed.
By: diane on Aug 23, 2009
  interesting
By: Nick S. on Aug 20, 2009
  Excellent quiz :-)
By: Michael Harrison on Aug 6, 2009
  I'm interested in seeing my score and hope that I have over 50% for my troubles
By: Johnners on Aug 3, 2009
  Fascinating stuff
By: DEBS on Jul 20, 2009
  A GREAATTT SUURRVVEYY
By: Rebecca on Jul 15, 2009
  Interesting questions
By: Rebecca on Jul 15, 2009
  Interesting questions
By: Rebecca on Jul 15, 2009
  Interesting questions
By: hans on Jun 22, 2009
  nice quiz
By: Cher on Jun 18, 2009
  I love tea history and etiquette
By: Tom on Jun 8, 2009
  Im only doing this quiz because jamie colton of E9 London wont get off his arse to make us all a lovely steaming hot cup of tea
By: tee on May 29, 2009
  i prefer tea more than coffee
By: Amber on May 25, 2009
  Fun quiz!
By: Pat on May 15, 2009
  Above all, enjoy yourself and don't criticize others.
By: Kate on May 7, 2009
  You should never stir clockwise, counter-clock wise or briskly. You should fold your sugar into your tea.
By: Cathy on May 4, 2009
  My knowledge is this field is dismal!
By: mrskaren on Apr 21, 2009
  Tea or hot chocolate were served during the tea tax or stamp tax.
By: LINDA tAULMAN on Apr 18, 2009
  wHEN TEA IS OVER, WHERE DOES YOUR NAPKIN GO? ON YOUR CHAIR
By: Dawn on Mar 30, 2009
  I enjoyed it.
By: nadia a kowal-korn on Mar 13, 2009
  tea etiquette should be known by all ladies!
By: Chaz on Feb 26, 2009
  This is wonderful
By: Joanna L. on Feb 25, 2009
  Although some say it is "acceptable" to leave your napkin on your chair when you rise, this practice is nonetheless inconsiderate of the hostess since it has the potential to soil the upholstery on the dining chairs. Better to leave it on the tablecloth which, if soiled, is much easier to
By: Angela on Feb 24, 2009
  It's a pret-tea good quiz!
By: Ros on Dec 24, 2008
  What is the secret of a good pourer in a teapot? Anyone know?
By: Lee on Nov 12, 2008
  nice to know
By: ro on Nov 8, 2008
  good stuff
By: anomys on Nov 5, 2008
  i don' wanna know nobodies
By: Donna on Oct 25, 2008
  Tea begins when the hostess places her napkin in her lap and ends when she returns it to the table.
By: Michelle on Oct 20, 2008
  My class is going to have a tea in Febuary and I am getting ready for it
By: Sandy on Oct 15, 2008
  This was really great. I like the questions.
By: Carolyn on Oct 9, 2008
  I lovr tea!
By: REMO on Oct 5, 2008
  A FUNNY QUIZ WHICH STUDIES US MANNERS
By: Martea on Sep 6, 2008
  this was funteastic
By: Sandy on Sep 4, 2008
  This was fun
By: sanju on Aug 23, 2008
  an interesting quiz
By: Mangal on Aug 21, 2008
  Would like to know more :-)
By: Deborah on Aug 9, 2008
  JJn Britain, they ask "who wants to be 'Mum'... who wants to pour!
By: Steve on Jul 29, 2008
  Am having a tea party...so this should be helpful !
By: marilyn nash on Jul 25, 2008
  fun
By: grace pinto on Jul 18, 2008
  good quiz
By: gp on Jul 18, 2008
  fine
By: christian on Jul 16, 2008
  Excellent
  

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