Aynsley "The Story of Vessel and Tea" Chapter 3 English Violet Tea Time No. 2 Fortune-telling with tea Half a year has passed since I was in charge of the column "The Story of Vessel and Tea" for the famous British kiln Aynsley. A lot of people have accessed it, and it seems that the column is also popular. Thank you! This month's theme is tea fortune-telling, titled "Tea Leaves Speak". In Japan, it is said that standing tea pillars is auspicious, but in England, people used to look at the used tea leaves left in a teacup and use their shape for fortune-telling. The number of shapes is astonishing, but they must have enjoyed a cup of tea while looking at them and received life advice from the elderly. It's just used tea leaves, so it's better not to put it in, but I think it's a sign that he loved black tea from the bottom of his heart. ～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～ The column will continue... Enjoy from Aynsley's homepage!