Enjoy your morning time with Borosil Cup Saucer Set
More and more of us are enjoying teatime. Ironically, tea time's return to fashion in the UK was sparked by it becoming trendy in the US, where being able to linger over the tea table is seen as a sure sign of status and wealth. Now we've re-adopted this essentially British tradition in what's being called a backlash against the coffee-bar culture.
A cup is any of a variety of drinkware used to consume food or beverage. Cup or cups may also refer to:
In archaeology the cup refers to a type of carved hole in petroglyphs. In cooking cup is a measuring instrument for liquids and powders, used primarily in cooking Cup (unit), a customary unit of volume and measure.
A saucer is a small type of dishware, a plate that is specifically used with and for supporting a cup â€“ a cylindrical cup intended for coffee or a half-sphere teacup for tea. Additionally, the saucer is a distant cousin to the plate. The saucer has a raised centre with a depression sized to fit a mating cup. The saucer is useful to protect surfaces from possible damage due to the heat of a cup, and to catch overflow, splashes, and drips from the cup, so protecting both table linen and the user sitting in a free standing chair who holds both cup and saucer.
Borosilâ€™s range of cups and saucers not only look classy, but are also extremely convenient. The cups can be heated directly over the flame or popped into the microwave. The Classic and Picoletta tea sets are available along with a carafe, providing a complete solution for your service needs.