Thursday, October 28, 2010

My Afternoon Coffee, Please - where's my Butler?

What I want
Is a proper cup of coffee
Brewed in a proper
Copper coffee pot
I may be off my dot
But I want a cup of coffee
From a proper coffee pot
Tin coffee pots
Or iron coffee pots
Are no use to me
If I can't have
A cup of coffe
From a proper coffee pot
I'll have a cup of tea.



Teresa Evangeline said...

If I ever go back to collecting anything, it will be teapots. That one is gorgeous! Love the bit of coffee pot sculpture, too.

Joan said...

...and tea has to be made in a china teapot and china teacups. That is a grand coffee pot. I've never had coffee from a copper coffee pot.

Thyra said...

Hej Teresa and Joan!
The teapot is from the Flora Danica porcelain as far as I can see. It's from an exhibiton about the history of tea. If you like, you can search "Time for Tea" here on Thyra, I've got a post about this with more pictures from the exhibition.
Isn't the Russian Samovar for tea in copper? Then we could have a proper cup of tea from a proper tea copper pot!
Grethe ´)

Wanda..... said...

I have a coffee corner in my kitchen and a tea corner, but no copper pot!

Thyra said...

Oh dear, but if you had such a big old copper pot, then there was no place for your cup and saucer! And no place for your lovely cake, which I have just seen in your lovely post tonight and your wonderful autumn photos of the nature around you.
Grethe ´)

CherylK said...

That is a charming poem! I have a copper tea kettle from Finland but it's just for boiling the water, though. What a beautiful tea set. Where on earth is that huge coffee pot?

Thyra said...

The blue coffee pot is placed outside a coffee firm "Peter Larsens Kaffe" near the town Viborg in Mid Jutland. I've just found out that it's the largest cofee pot in the world - and it is in Guiness Recordbook. I learn so much here on the blogs! Thank you Cheryl!
Grethe ´)