bed tea

bed tea

n
(in some Asian countries) tea served to a guest in bed in the morning
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And I know that they gave me bed tea very late and I woke up very late.
Then it's bed tea and servings for the dear husband.
Tenders are invited for Arrangment Of Bed Tea, Break Fast ,Lunch And Dinner And Lodging
Six luxury rooms available from PS160 per room per night including Bed Tea, full breakfast, and complimentary homemade afternoon tea on arrival.
Or just have a lie-in, as the Brits say, and let the butler bring you that long-cherished colonial tradition, "bed tea."
One of the guys does not get up before 10am, another is seen timetable freak, one has an OCD about cleanliness, only 1 out of 10 guys makes bed tea for his wife, another one has not even made a cup of tea for himself in 15 years...Need I say more?
In an 1870s 'snapshot' of an Indian army officer's bedroom, the servant apparently brings his master 'bed tea' after a hard night's drinking.
Tea garden life begins at five in the morning, six by Garden Time or GT, a fast dying British institution to make the hour seem more respectable to a hard pressed manager sahib forced into wakefulness at 4.30 by the night chowkidar and bed tea. The sahib clumps down the stairs and out of the bungalow leaving the memsahib (and her guests) to be awakened more gently an hour later by the maid bearing the inevitable bed tea.
And my system heavy with that great British colonial tradition: bed tea.
Tenders are invited for Arrangment Of Bed Tea, Break Fast ,Lunch And Dinner For Farmers/Staff In Farmers Hostel During Training Programme