FOWC with Fandango: Caveat

Shall I or shall I not. I have become a professional tea drinker, at least with my breakfast. The only tea leaves I can buy here in my part of Switzerland, are from Ceylon. I am not so keen on Ceylon tea: it is the cheapest and is nothing special, according to my taste. I have gathered some information from various colleagues, and taken the plunge. I have ordered Darjeeling tea, which is one of the better teas. This little box of tea is actually an experiment. Twinings have this special packing for various teas, and to be quite honest I only ordered it from the British -Shop to get the tin. I already have a tin for English Breakfast Tea and also for Lady Grey Tea and now my collection is finished with this container for my Darjeeling Tea. I think the postage cost more than the actual tea. But now I am free to order my Darjeeling where I want to. So Darjeeling here I come. Of course I will keep it in my special Twinings box. This is not a caveat, but the real thing. I must admit I have never used this word, so again had to look for it in my german vocabulary. “Vorbehalt” says more to me than Caveat. But I have no Vorbehalt to drink tea from the slopes of the Himalayas.

FOWC with Fandango: Caveat

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