Oct
16

Teapots of Morocco in photos.

I never in my life thought I would ever do a post on TEAPOTS however it all changed after my visit to Morocco. I have had this post in my drafts for about 2 years now and thought I should finally publish it.

Tea is a integral part of Moroccan culture and sometimes even considered an art. Tea is traditionally a man’s affair: prepared by the head of the family. It is served to guests, and it is impolite to refuse it and because of that Moroccans love their TEAPOTS. Okay well I lie they love their MINT TEA and well it is served in TEAPOTS (brilliant I know). As I traveled through Morocco one of the things I couldn’t avoid were TEAPOTS… they are literally everywhere you turn. They are being sold or being used or just sitting there on the street outside of a door. Taking pictures of them became a little obsession of mine while I was there and am now sharing that obsession with you.

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Have you been to Morocco?

Did you notice their love with tea?

Did you get Tea-d out after a few weeks there?

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Comments

  1. I was just going to write, “what do a teapot and Jaime have in common? They’re both short and stout,” but decided not to because it would be mean and only partially true.

    Wait.

    Oops.

    Anyway, congratulations on the first blog post I’ve ever seen that’s solely dedicated to teapots. Although I’m pretty sure I’ll see the bird ones in my nightmares tonight…
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    • Jaime Davila says:

      OMG I am short and stout & people would say that to me when I was younger. Awww lol, oh well I’m me! Thanks for the Congrats I am honored to take that claim. I can’t believe I even published this, but it’s been sitting there for almost 2 years so though ah why not. LOL.

  2. I totally love that you did a post on teapots. These are so gorgeous. When I was in Morocco I bought so much stuff, including a lovely silver tea pot.

    • Jaime Davila says:

      Thank you so much Tammy! I’m jealous you bought a teapot, I wanted to buy one so bad but yeah would not fit well in my backpack.

  3. I want the green one :-) They’re beautiful!

  4. Hi,
    Beautiful pictures!
    Could you please share the location where each picture was taken?
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    • Jaime Davila says:

      Thank you Sarah, but um yeah I wouldn’t be able to tell you. It was so long ago I have no clue where each photo was taken. Just know they are all from Morocco, lol!

  5. SO cool! Thanks for sharing :)

    Happy travels!

  6. I love #14! I am in the middle of writing a post about Morocco. Crazy to think I was there exactly a year ago. How time flies! I want to go back! Thanks for the memories!
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    • Jaime Davila says:

      Yes #14 is one of my fav I love the orange and that the teapot is not centered and it’s hanging from the wall. Man Morocco is an amazing crazy country. It’s been almost 2 years since I’ve been there it sure is crazy how time flies.

  7. Cutest photo essay you have here :D Need a cuppa :) )
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