How Do You Serve Coffee To Guests?

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    ha ha yea ! so much for trying to be a good hostess !
     
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    If all are tamil. I am as local as possible. Filter kaapi in filter kaapi style.

    mix guess, go for glass , china ware. most of the times T, ginger T.
     
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    yayyy .. Team Ginger T here too !
     
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    Wow. How? Do you have one of those Starbucks coffee machines?
     
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    My DH is a coffee geek. He has had the same Italian espresso machine and matching grinder for the past 25 years. It’s not as fancy as the one-touch machines but it makes great coffee and also froths milk so it’s easy to whip up whatever guests want.
     
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    It depends on the guests
    For elders i believe tumbler and dabara :blush: i have given like that before and they relished it.
    For young people cups would be comfortable. I used to sense how they are. It may reflect on how they talk, and their age too. Based on that i will give.
    But my mistake - i wont ask them whether they are comfortable with cups.or tumbler.
     
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    Our guests are usually fine making coffee the way they want. we don't usually have any guest who is too formal to be served :). As a North Indian, I have absolutely no idea how to drink from a stainless steel tumbler (I learned from this thread that it's called Dawara). We use either coffee mugs (for drip or French press) or espresso cups.
     
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