In 1946 George Orwell famously wrote an essay about how to make the perfect cup of tea. His essay contained very important rules about making tea, such as:
"One should drink out of a good breakfast cup — that is, the cylindrical type of cup, not the flat, shallow type. The breakfast cup holds more, and with the other kind one's tea is always half cold before one has well started on it."
"Tea — unless one is drinking it in the Russian style — should be drunk without sugar."
"The teapot should be made of china or earthenware. "
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