VICTORIAN TEA LEAF READING
Successful Victorian Tea Reading
begins with the selection of a fine loose-leaf tea. Brew the loose tea, and pour it into the teacup
without straining. Enjoy the tea (try not to drink down too many of the leaves -
we need them to read!) Also, be sure to save a bit of tea in the bottom of the
cup for this next part--- Swirl the tea around in the cup and then pour out the
little that is left by placing the cup upside down on the saucer. This should
have left most of the leaves clinging to the cup. Now you are ready to 'read'
The tea leaves will form patterns and symbols at the bottom and along the sides of the teacup. Look for them like you do shapes in the clouds - a little imagination goes a long way here! The closer to the bottom of the cup the patterns are, the longer away in time until the event will occur.
I have included a little dictionary of symbols for you to use if you would like to read your own tea leaves. (It's a whole lot more fun than drinking them - Pthhh!)
DICTIONARY OF TEA LEAF SYMBOLS
As a special treat, I have arranged for you to
have a free Tea Leaf Reading
Just click on the cup - Your fortune awaits!