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The cup of tea, beloved by the Irish, is very much in danger of losing its place as the nation's hot beverage of choice, threatened by our growing addiction to coffee. Even for those of us who cannot be bothered with the fuss of grinding and filtering and are happy enough to put up with the dried and jarred, coffee flavoured dust at home, we still expect much more from our coffee when out and about.
Ireland's Biggest Coffee Morning with Bewley's takes place on September 19 next where all money raised locally stays locally to fund local hospice services.
Sometimes I feel quite anxious for no particular reason, can this be helped by good nutrition?
An Irish coffee morning will be held in Nicola’s Food Emporium, Westport, starting on Tuesday December 4 from 10.30am to 11.30am.
Lyons Tea research conducted by Amárach Research, has revealed that more than half of Connacht tea drinkers (56%) feel that someone knows them if they make them a cup of tea to their liking. Additionally, almost one in four (24%) state they judge people on their tea-making skills.
A one-day jewellery making workshop will take place in Curam Family Centre, Claremorris, on Thursday May 17. The day will commence with registration tea/coffee and scones at 10am and will run until 4.30pm.
Two events which are taking place: today, April 13 a tea day will take place from 2.30pm to 5.30pm at Cuan Chaitriona Nursing Home, The Lawn, Castlebar.
The annual Tea Day campaign for The Alzheimer Society of Ireland will take place on Thursday May 3. The society is looking for over 1,500 hosts for the day. All money raised locally from Tea Day, will be invested in local services.
The only coffee shop in Athlone directly by the river Shannon, Shannon Crafts & Coffee Dock on The Strand has a great view of Athlone Castle, the town bridge, and St Peter and Paul’s Church, with outside tables where you can relax in a lovely atmosphere.