Devonshire Tea to Attempt Teamaking Record

Devonshire Tea is going to attempt to break the current world record for making cups of tea in one hour, using a team of 12 helpers. As of the posting of this article, the record is 491, so Gavin Sheppard, Debbie Kay, and the rest of the “D-Team” have quite a challenge ahead. You don’t …

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Will the Real Devon Clotted Cream Please Stand Up?

What’s teatime without scones and Devon clotted cream? Blah. Which explains why there is a growing market for these tasty treats. In fact, the popularity of Devon Clotted Cream is resulting in a bunch of “wannabes” out there — clotted creams that are made elsewhere and use the name. There is now a concerted effort …

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For Chilled Tea, Go with Basic Black

Sometimes basic black is best — an axiom that’s true for cocktail dress, tuxedoes, limousines, and teas to use when you want a brew to “beat the heat.” Just as most hot tea consumed in the U.S. is black tea, most iced (chilled) tea is made from black tea. And most of those are bagged …

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