Nowadays, there is more time to drink coffee, and tasting coffee is also a relaxing process for many young people, so there will be such a leisurely place in many office areas, or a quiet tea time. Now the question is, how should I drink coffee? Today, the editor will explain in detail how to hold a coffee cup, and what is the correct way to hold a coffee cup? Generally speaking, drinking coffee while it is hot is the most basic etiquette when the owner brings the coffee, but it should be noted that drinking coffee is not drinking water, but drinking it in one mouthful, and drinking coffee cannot be like tea or Like juice, you can refill a cup. People who know how to do it will think you are rude, or think you are low. The correct way to hold a chinaware ceramic coffee cup The correct way to hold a chinaware ceramic coffee cup is to pinch the ear of the cup with your thumb and index finger, and hold the cup. When drinking coffee, hold the ear of the coffee cup with your right hand, and gently hold the coffee saucer with your left hand, and slowly put it in Do not make any noise in your mouth, do not swallow or inhale heavily. After drinking, you should put the coffee cup in the coffee saucer. Do not place the two cups separately. Do not take the coffee saucer out when adding coffee. The way of serving coffee At banquets, usually small coffee cups are used. Below is a coffee saucer, plus a small coffee spoon. The host will inform in advance where to put the coffee cup, coffee saucer, set of coffee spoons, coffee pot, and sugar. And creamer jars, put them in front of the host, and the host will put them in front of the guests.
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