Tuesday, November 17, 2009

World’s Largest Cup Of Tea


And you thought you drank a lot of tea. Well, no matter how much you drink it's a mere drop in the teacup compared to what took place at Mercy Health Center, in Fort Scott, Kansas a little while back.

As reported in the local paper, the Morning Sun, "The cup held 700 gallons of tea. The tea alone weighed more than two and a half tons, and served almost 15,000 servings. The teacup, created by J.D. and Ed Webster, is 9.5 feet wide at the rim, has a three foot handle, and stands 5.5 feet tall." No word on what kind of tea was served.

More about this spectacular tea extravaganza (and a photo) here.


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1 comment:

Jason Witt said...

What amazes me is that by these measurements the cup doesn't seem like it would be big enough to hold so many servings. I guess my eyes are bigger than my thirst in this case.