Word: TEA

The word TEA has appeared in at least 1717 clues on different crosswords.

Clue(s)
"""Coffee or ___?"""
"""Coffee, ___ or me?"""
"""Cuppa,"" in London"
"""Green"" beverage"
"""High"" beverage"
"""Long Island Iced ___"""
"""Party"" that's mad at the government"
"""Sweet"" symbol of the South"
"""Sympathy"" partner"
"""Texas ___,"" slang synonym for crude oil"
"""When I Take My Sugar to ___"": 1931 hit"
"""___ For Two"""
"""___ Party"" (Harold Pinter play)"
"""___ With Mussolini"" (Zeffirelli film)"
"""___ and Sympathy"""
"""___ and Sympathy,"" 1953 hit"
"""___ and Trumpets"" (Ellington)"
"""___ for Two"""
"""___ for Two."""
"""___ for the Tillerman"" (Cat Stevens album)"
"""___ with Mussolini"" (1999 film)"
"""___ with Mussolini"" (1999)"
'Green ___' (classic 1872 horror tale)
'___ and Sympathy' (Robert Anderson play)
1773 Boston Harbor additive?
1773 Boston Harbor jetsam
1773 jetsam
1773 jetsam in Boston Harbor
"4 P.M. event, maybe"
4 P.M. refreshment
4 o'clock affair
4 o'clock drink at Victoria's Empress Hotel
4 o'clock drink at the Empress Hotel
4 o'clock refreshment
4 p.m. drink
"4 p.m. refreshment, perhaps"
4 p.m. social
"4 p.m., in Kent"
4:00 English drink
4:00 London social
4:00 P.M. beverage
4:00 affair
4:00 drink
"4:00 event, in London"
4:00 function
4:00 gathering
"4:00 get-together, in London"
4:00 in Soho
"4:00 refreshment, perhaps"
4:00 social
"4:00, in Kent"
"A Brit's ""cuppa"""
A caddy may hold it
A caddy might hold it
A cozy drink?
A cuppa
A drink with jam and bread
A drink.
A kind of rose.
A major export of Sri Lanka
A perk-me-up?
A social
A&P's original business
Actress Leoni
"Aerosmith lyric ""Sleeping late and smoking ___"""
After-dinner beverage
After-dinner offering
After-dinner order
After-dinner serving
Afternoon ___ (Empress Hotel of Victoria tradition)
Afternoon affair
Afternoon beverage
Afternoon break
Afternoon brew
Afternoon cup
"Afternoon cupful, say"
Afternoon drink
"Afternoon drink, for many"
"Afternoon drink, for some"
"Afternoon drink, perhaps"
Afternoon event
Afternoon event in Chelsea
Afternoon function
Afternoon gathering
Afternoon meal
"Afternoon meal, across the pond"
Afternoon nosh
Afternoon party
Afternoon potful
Afternoon pouring
Afternoon quaff
Afternoon reception
Afternoon refresher
Afternoon refreshment
Afternoon repast
Afternoon ritual
Afternoon service
Afternoon serving
Afternoon sip
Afternoon social
Afternoon social event
Afternoon social gathering
Afternoon spot
Afternoon time
Alice in Wonderland party drink
Alternative to coffee
Alternative to coffee or milk
An infusion
"Anderson play, ""___ and Sympathy"""
Asian export
Assam export
Assam or oolong
Assam or pekoe
Assam or twankay
Assam specialty
"Assam, e.g."
"Assam, for one"
Bag content
Bag contents
"Bag of leaves, perhaps"
Bag pulled out for breakfast
Bagged beverage
Bagged brew
Bagged leaves
Bagged leaves?
Ball or bag contents
Ball or biscuit.
Bancha is one
Bangladesh export
Beantown party material
Between-meals reception
Between-meals snack.
Beverage
"Beverage ""for two"""
Beverage at The Plaza
Beverage brewed in bags
Beverage cart choice
Beverage choice
Beverage for Wallace and Gromit
"Beverage for a genteel affair, e.g."
Beverage for two
Beverage for two?
Beverage from a bag
Beverage in a caterer's urn
Beverage in a ceremony
Beverage in which opium can be brewed
Beverage measured in spots?
Beverage often served with lemon
Beverage often served with sugar or lemon
Beverage order
Beverage that sounds like a letter
Beverage with scones
Beverage.
Big Chinese export
Big export from Sri Lanka
Bigelow offering
"Bigelow's Sweet Dreams, e.g."
Birmingham break
Black ___
"Black ___ (orange pekoe, e.g.)"
Black brew
Black or green
Black or green beverage
Black or green cupful
Black or green drink
Black or green stuff
"Black, white or (Earl) Grey, e.g."
Blackpool break
Blair break
"Bled for a social affair, perhaps"
Blend in a bag
Blue mountain ___ (goldenrod)
Bohea
Bohea or bancha
Bohea or congou
Bohea or jasmine
Bohea or oolong
"Bohea, e.g."
Bohea.
Boston Harbor flotsam
Boston Harbor jetsam
Boston Harbor jetsam of 1773
"Boston Harbor jetsam on December 16, 1773"
"Boston Harbor stuff, once"
Boston ___ Party
Boston brew?
Boston castoff
Boston jetsam
Boston jetsam: 1773
"Boston jetsam: Dec. 16, 1773"
Boston party drink
Boston party drink?
Break beverage
Break fluid?
Break in England
Break in London
Breakfast beverage
Breakfast cupful
Breakfast drink
Brew
"Brew ""for two"""
Brew for two?
Brew from bags
Brew in a bag
Brew.
Brewed beverage
Brewed drink
Brewed drink (found in all four long answers)
Brewed quaff
Brewed soother
Brewer's brew
Brewer's offering
Brewer's product
Brighton break
"Brit's ""coffee break"""
Brit's break
Britain's ___ Act of 1773
British East India Co. monopoly
British Open break
British Open meal
British break
British collation
British custom.
British import
British meal.
British ritual
British time
"British worker's ""cuppa char"""
"Buddy Guy ""Sweet ___"""
Butterfly's beverage
Buy it by the bagful
Cachar on congou
"Cachar, e.g."
Caddy content
Caddy contents
Caddy drink
Caddy filler
Caddy option
Caddy quaff
Caddy's contents
Caddy's holding
Caffeinated beverage
Caffeinated brew
Caffeinated drink
Caffeine provider
Caffeine source
Caffeine source for some
Captain Picard's drink of choice
Cause of a restaurant stir?
Celestial Seasonings offering
Celestial Seasonings product
"Ceylon Black, e.g."
"Ceylon black, e.g."
Ceylon crop.
Ceylon export
Ceylon export.
Ceylon shipment
Cha
Cha or bohea
Chai ___
Chai or chamomile
"Chai, e.g."
Chamomile
Chamomile beverage
Chamomile concoction
Chamomile drink
"Chamomile, e.g."
"Chamomile, for one"
Chanoyu drink
Chanoyu ritual drink
Chanoyu supply
Chinese beverage
Chinese brew
Chinese drink
Chinese export
Chinese restaurant beverage
Chinese restaurant drink
Chinese restaurant freebie
Chinese restaurant offering
Chinese restaurant quaff
Chinese restaurant staple
Chinese shrub.
Chinese-restaurant freebie
Chow mein chaser
Christine O'Donnell's party?
"Clipper ship cargo, often"
Coffee alternative
Collation.
Colonial castoff
Colonists' castoff
Coming-out party
Common beverage
Common drink
Common make-believe drink
Congou
Congou for one
Congou or cachar
Congou or gunpowder.
Congou or souchong
Congou or sunglo
"Congou, e.g."
"Congou, for example"
Congou.
"Constant Comment, e.g."
Contents of a small bag
Contents of small bags
Contents of some bags
Contents of some chests
Contents of some hot pots
Contents of some small bags
Coventry cupful
Cozy cupful
Cozy drink?
Cozy intro?
Cricket drink
Crumpet accompaniment
Crumpet break
Crumpet chaser
Crumpet companion
Crumpet complement
Crumpet's go-with
Crumpets accompaniment
Crumpets companion
Crumpets go-with
Crumpets partner
Crumpets' colleague
Crumpets' companion
Crumpets' go-with
Crumpets' partner
Cup with crumpets
Cup's contents
Cupful served with crumpets
Cuppa contents
Cuppa cupful
"Cups' contents, perhaps"
Dainty beverage
Darjeeling
Darjeeling drink
Darjeeling export
Darjeeling or Earl Grey
Darjeeling or oolong
Darjeeling or pekoe
"Darjeeling, e.g."
"Darjeeling, for example"
"Darjeeling, for one"
Darjeeling.
David's actress wife
Day break?
Devonshire drink
Dim sum beverage
Don Meredith's quaff
Dorset drink
Drink
"Drink ""for two"""
Drink 'for two'
"Drink available in black, white, green and red"
Drink containing caffeine
Drink for caddies
Drink for two?
Drink from Tazo
Drink from a bag
Drink from a bag?
Drink from leaves
Drink in Boston Harbor?
Drink in England
Drink in a bag
Drink in a ceremony
Drink in a cup
Drink in a kettle
Drink in a pot
Drink in the afternoon
Drink made by Lipton
Drink made from leaves
Drink offered to Alice
Drink often iced
Drink served at pho restaurants
Drink served hot or cold
"Drink served in ""spots"""
Drink served in pouches
Drink served in spots
Drink served in spots?
Drink served with crumpets
Drink served with scones
Drink served with sushi
Drink sometimes made from corn in Korea
Drink that may be black
Drink that may be unsweetened
Drink thrown into Boston Harbor
Drink with a bag
Drink with a scone
"Drink with a string in it, perhaps"
Drink with crumpets
Drink with dim sum
Drink with its own character in the Chinese alphabet
Drink with one lump or two
Drink with scones
Drink.
Drinking spot?
Dynamite e.g.
Earl Grey
Earl Grey for one
Earl Grey is one
Earl Grey or Darjeeling
Earl Grey or green
Earl Grey or hyson
Earl Grey or pekoe
"Earl Grey, e.g."
"Earl Grey, for example"
"Earl Grey, for one"
"Earl Grey, say"
Earl or Lady Grey
East India Co. product
East India Company product
Elevenses beverage
Elevenses in Elstree
Elevenses in London
Elevenses refreshment.
"Elevenses, in England"
"English Breakfast, for one"
English afternoon spot
English break
English breakfast beverage.
"English breakfast, e.g."
English drink
English or Irish Breakfast
English repast.
English ritual
English spot
Event at which some people wear gloves
Event with crumpets
Evergreen plant.
Export from Calcutta
Export from Malawi
Export of India
Famed cargo of Boston
Famous party
Flight attendant's offering
Focus of a 1773 party
Focus of a Japanese ceremony
Fortuneteller's leaves
Four O'Clock is a brand of it
Four o'clock affair
Four o'clock drink
Four o'clock drink at Victoria's Empress Hotel
"Four o'clock serving, perhaps"
Four o'clock social
Four spot?
"Garden party, maybe"
Gathering
Gathering that may involve a wagon
Genteel affair
Genteel event
Genteel gathering
Ginseng for one
Good source of antioxidants
Gowiddie is one
"Gowiddie, e.g."
Grass
Green beverage
Green brew
Green drink
Green drink?
Green or black
Green or black ___.
Green or black brew
Green or sassafras
"Green, for one"
Gunpowder is a type of it
Gunpowder or Twankay
Gunpowder or hyson
Gunpowder or oolong
"Gunpowder, e.g."
"Gunpowder, for example."
"Gunpowder, for one"
"Gunpowder, for one."
Gunpowder.
Harbor castoff
Hatter affair
Healthful drink
Healthful quaff
Healthy cupful
Herb drink
Herb or mint
Herbal ___
Herbal beverage
Herbal brew
Herbal concoction
Herbal drink
Herbal preparation
Herbal quaff
Herbal remedy
Herbal soother
High ___
High or iced
High time in Hampshire?
"Hippies' ""boo"""
Historic Boston Harbor flotsam
Historic Boston jetsam
Historic jetsam
Home brew
Hot beverage
Hot brew
Hot brewed beverage
Hot cuppa
Hot drink
Hot drink with honey and lemon
Hot herbal drink
Hot herbal quaff
Hot or cold drink
Hot or cold quaff
Hot or iced drink
Hot pot contents
Hot potful
Hot quaff
"Hot spot, in lunch counter lingo"
Hot spot?
Hunan or dynamite
Hybrid rose.
Hyson
Hyson is one
Hyson or bohea
Hyson or congou.
Hyson or kat
Hyson or oolong
Hyson or oopak
Hyson or pekoe
Hyson or souchong
"Hyson, e.g."
"Hyson, for one"
"Hyson, for one."
Hyson.
Iced ___
Iced cooler
Iced drink
Iced or spiced item
Indian export
Indian export.
Indonesian export
Infused leaves
Infuser contents
Instant ___
Irish or English breakfast
It can be black or green
It can be for two or for the Tillerman
It can be green or black
It can be iced or spiced
"It comes in a bag, often"
It comes in bags
"It comes in bags, often"
It comes in spots
It gets hot in a bag
It gets into hot water
"It gets warm, then it gets a cosy"
It goes with crumpets
It is popular in spots
It may be black or green
It may be brewing
It may be drunk at 4:00
It may be for two
It may be green or black
"It may be green, black or white"
It may be herbal
It may be high in the afternoon
It may be iced
It may be iced in warm weather
It may be iced or spiced
It may be in the bag
It may be loose-leaf
It may be served in spots
It may be served with crumpets
It may be spiced
It may be sun-brewed
It may be taken in a parlor
It may be taken in spots
It may be taken in the afternoon
It may come in loose-leaf form
It may come in spots
It may require a cart and a caddy
It might be high
It might be in the bag
It might be made for two at four
It might take some lumps
It was once harbored in Boston
It was once harbored in Boston?
It was once thrown into Boston Harbor
It's bagged in the grocery store
It's bagged in the market
It's bagged in the supermarket
"It's bagged in the supermarket, often"
It's drunk with sukiyaki
It's effective when it gets in hot water
"It's for two, in song"
It's in the bag
"It's in the bag, often"
It's in the bag?
It's measured in spots?
It's often bagged before use
It's often for two
It's often iced in summer
It's served in spots
It's sometimes for two
It's steeped in tradition
It's taken in spots
It's usually in the bag
It's weak if too watery
Its bubble variety includes tapioca balls
Its taxation was protested in 1773
Japanese ceremonial drink
Japanese ceremony
Japanese ceremony.
Japanese drink
Japanese export
Jasmine for one
Jasmine is one
Jasmine or Monk's Blend
Jasmine or twankay
"Jasmine, e.g."
"Jasmine, for one"
Jetsam for Sam Adams's men
Jetsam in 1773
Jetsam of 1773
Kenyan export
Kettle beverage
Kettle contents
Kettle filler
Kind of bag
Kind of bag for leaves?
Kind of bag or ball
Kind of biscuit
Kind of cart
Kind of cozy
Kind of cozy?
Kind of cup or bag
Kind of dance or party
Kind of garden
"Kind of modern-day ""parties"""
Kind of party
Kind of party for Glenn Beck?
Kind of party given by Sam Adams et al.
Kind of party.
Kind of pot or bag
Kind of rose or party
Kind of rose.
Kind of service
Kind of table or wagon
Kind of wagon or pot
King Diamond song about Earl Grey?
"Kinks ""Have a Cuppa ___"""
Kiwi's mealtime
"Lady Grey, for one"
Lapsang souchong
"Lapsang souchong, e.g."
Leaves after dinner?
Leaves after supper?
Leaves at 4:00?
Leaves at 4?
Leaves at Starbucks?
Leaves at four o'clock?
Leaves beverage
Leaves for England?
Leaves for a break?
Leaves for a drink
Leaves for a drink from a bag?
Leaves for a drink?
Leaves for a party?
Leaves for the afternoon?
Leaves for the diner
Leaves for the future?
"Leaves from China, often"
Leaves held in the bag
Leaves in a bag
Leaves in a bag?
"Leaves in a ball, say"
Leaves in a box
Leaves in a cup
Leaves in a small bag?
Leaves in a vessel
Leaves in bags
Leaves in cups
Leaves in hot water
Leaves in hot water?
Leaves in the afternoon?
Leaves in the bag
Leaves in the bag?
Leaves in the cup
Leaves in the pantry
Leaves in the pot
Leaves in the pot?
Leaves in the water?
Leaves in water?
Leaves of the Camellia sinensis shrub
"Leaves on a trolley, say"
Leaves that end up in bags
Leaves underwater?
Leaves with a caddy?
"Leaves with biscuits, say?"
Leaves with dessert?
Lemon ___
"Leoni in ""Jurassic Park III"""
"Leoni of ""Bad Boys"" (1995)"
"Leoni of ""Deep Impact"""
"Leoni of ""Madam Secretary"""
"Leoni of ""Tower Heist"""
Leoni's drink?
Light afternoon meal
Light collation.
Light lunch.
"Light meal, in London"
Light meal.
Light repast.
Light snack
Lipton drink
Lipton offering
Lipton option
Lipton product
Lipton's line
"London ""cuppa"""
London custom.
London spot?
Long Island Iced ___
Long Island Iced ___: cocktail
Long Island drink
Long Island iced ___
Long Island iced cocktail
Mad Hatter affair
Mad Hatter's beverage
Mad Hatter's drink
Mad Hatter's offering
Mad Hatter's quaff
Mad Hatter's serving
Mad hatter's drink
Major Indian export
Major Kenyan export
Major Sri Lankan export
Manchester meal
March Hare's cupful
March Hare's offering
March Hare's offering to Alice
"Marijuana, in slang"
"Matcha, e.g."
"Mat
Mat
Me alternative?
Meal at the British Open
Meal of a kind.
Mid-afternoon drink
"Midafternoon drink, for many"
Midafternoon meal
Midafternoon nosh
Midafternoon repast
Midday beverage
Midday quaff
Mild beverage.
Mild stimulant.
Mini meal
Morning drink?
Mythical Irish queen
Nanny ___ (folk remedy of sheep manure in hot water)
New York's Russian ___ Room
"Nirvana ""Sit and drink pennyroyal ___""
"Nirvana's ""Pennyroyal ___"""
"Nirvana's is ""Pennyroyal"""
No-calorie drink
Nonalcoholic brew
Noncocktail party
Occasion for two
Old-fashioned cold remedy
One may be high at 5:00
One may be high at four
One way to take opium
Oolong
Oolong for one
Oolong or Assam
Oolong or Darjeeling
Oolong or Earl Grey
Oolong or bohea
Oolong or darjeeling
Oolong or oopak
Oolong or pekoe
Oolong or souchong
"Oolong, e.g."
"Oolong, for example"
"Oolong, for instance"
"Oolong, for one"
Oolong.
Oopak is one
Oopak or hyson
Orange pekoe
"Orange pekoe, e.g."
"Orange pekoe, for example"
"Orange pekoe, for one"
Out pouring?
Outpouring?
P.M. party.
P.M. potable
P.M. refreshment
PG Tips product
Paper bag contents
Parlor drink
Part of a baby bottle
Partner of sympathy
Party beverage
Party beverage.
Party brew
Party drink
Party drink?
Party for Palin
Party quaff?
Party serving
Party still celebrated in Boston
Party.
Pekoe
Pekoe for one
Pekoe or Assam
Pekoe or Darjeeling
Pekoe or Earl Grey
Pekoe or green
Pekoe or hyson
Pekoe or oolong
Pekoe plantation product
"Pekoe, e.g."
"Pekoe, for one"
People often strain to make it
Peppermint or jasmine
"Peppermint, e.g."
Pick-me-up cupful
Picker-upper
Pink drink
Pinky-out drink
"Police song ""___ in the Sahara"""
Popular brew
Pot boiler?
Pot leaves
Pot leaves?
Pot product
Pot substance
"Pot, dope, e.g."
Preceder of caddy or cup
Prepare to relocate
Product once harbored in Boston?
Quaff from Snapple
Quaint get-together
Readable leaves
Reason for a service break at Wimbledon?
Reception
Reception.
Red Rose beverage
"Red Rose, e.g."
"Red Rose, for one"
"Red Zinger, for one"
"Red zinger, e.g."
"Reefer, in slang"
Refreshment
Refreshment for Jane Marple
Repast
Repast.
Revolutionary party jetsam
Ritual brew
Robert Anderson's '___ and Sympathy'
"Rooibos, for one"
Rugby ritual
"Russians call it ""chai"""
Saline drip
Sally Lunn's accompaniment
Samovar beverage
Samovar brew
Samovar contents
Samovar serving
Scone accompaniment
Scone companion
Scone go-with
Scone's go-with
Scones go-with
See 40D
Service staple
Serving at a Chinese restaurant
Serving in Japanese ceremonies
Shipment from China
Sipped beverage
Sipped drink
Slangy drug
Sleepytime ___
Sleepytime or gunpowder
Small bag of buds that might chill you out
Small bag of leaves
Snapple quaff
Snapple specialty
Sociable.
Social
Social affair
Social affair.
Social beverage
Social brew
Social doing.
Social drink
Social event
Social event.
Social function.
Social gathering
Social gathering.
Social occasion
Social occasion.
Social service?
Social type
Social.
Society affair
Society event
Soho drink
Soho snack
Soho social
Soho social event
Some like it hot
Something brewing
Something brewing?
Something for two
Something overthrown shortly before the American Revolution
Something sipped with a scone
Something to take in the afternoon
Something to take in the parlor
Souchong
Souchong or hyson
Souchong or oolong
"Souchong, e.g."
"Souchong, for one"
Souchong.
Spanish torch
Spot from a pot
Spot from a pot?
Spot in Surrey?
Spot in a pot
Spot in front of the telly?
Spot in the United Kingdom?
Spot in the afternoon?
Spot to drink?
Sri Lanka crop
Sri Lanka export
Sri Lankan crop
Sri Lankan export
Starbucks order
Starbucks serves it
Starbucks' offering
Start with spoons and cups?
Stash offering
Steeped beverage
Steeped brew
Steeped drink
Steeped stuff
Steeper?
Stuff in a ball
"Subject of a 1773 ""party"""
Subject of a 1773 Act of Parliament
Subject of a 1773 protest
Submerged leaves
"Sunglo, e.g."
Supper.
Surrey sip
Surrey snack
Surrey spot?
Sushi bar quaff
Sussex sip
Sympathy accompanier
Sympathy drink?
Sympathy partner
Sympathy's partner
Sympathy's partner?
TV actress Leoni
Tan breakfast beverage
Tanzanian export
Tazo product
"Tazo, e.g."
Tcha or Twankay
Tetley drink
Tetley offering
Tetley option
Tetley prod.
Tetley product
"Texas ___ (""black gold"")"
Texas ___ (oil)
"Texas ___, slang for crude oil"
Texas ___: oil
Texas ___: petroleum
Thai restaurant freebie
The British often take it
The East India Company traded in it
"The Kinks ""Have a Cuppa ___"""
The Mad Hatter's beverage
The Mad Hatter's drink
The March Hare's quaff
The Police wanted it in the Sahara
"The Police's ""___ in the Sahara"""
The ___ Party
The supermarket has bags and bags of it
This is popular in spots
Tide-over meal
Time in London?
"Tisane, e.g."
Traditional beverage
Twankay
Twankay is one
"Twankay, e.g."
Twinings drink
Twinings offering
Twinings product
Type of bag
Type of leaf or service
Type of party.
Type of rose.
Type of service or caddy
Type of spoon or cup
Type of towel
U.K. import
United Kingdom brew
Universal beverage
Very British drink
Vietnamese export
Weak ___
Weed ___ (marijuana-infused concoction)
"What ""Mama Kin"" smoked"
"What ""Mama Kin"" smoked, according to Aerosmith?"
"What Mama Kin smoked, according to Aerosmith"
What Mr. Coffee doesn't drink?
"What Sherlock puts on for Moriarty, in ""Sherlock"""
What a caddy may hold
What caddies hold
What some balls are filled with
What some caddies carry
What some caddies hold
What the Hatter and the March Hare drank
What the Mad Hatter pours on the Dormouse to wake it up
What the Mad Hatter served
What the March Hare offers to Alice
"What's brewing, perhaps"
What's in the bag?
White or black brew
White-glove affair
White-gloves affair
Wimbledon quaff
"With 76D, ""Spanglish"" star"
Wonderland drink
Wonderland party
Wonderland serving
Wonderland spot
Word after beef or cream
Word after green or gunpowder
Word after high or before dance
Word before caddy or bag
Word before garden or party
Word before party or ball
Word before set or service
Word hiding in each theme entry
Word on a Lipton box
"Word with ""bag"" or ""caddy"""
"Word with ""service"" or ""ceremony"""
"Word with ""spoon"" or ""bag"""
Word with bag or caddy
Word with bag or cup
Word with ball or caddy
Word with ball or party
Word with black or blended
Word with black or green
Word with caddy or bag
Word with caddy or ball
Word with cake or break
Word with cake or party
Word with cozy or bag
Word with garden or party
Word with green or ice
Word with party or bag
Word with party or cake
Word with pot or party
Word with red or white
Word with room or house
Word with rose or garden
Word with service or ceremony
Word with spoon or cup
Word with towel or service
World's most popular drink
You may have a spot of it
You might have a ball with it
Yunnan or Keemun
"Yunnan or Keemun, e.g."
Yunnan or hyson
___ Act of 1773
___ Party
___ Party (modern political group)
___ Party Nation
___ Party movement
___ bag
___ bag (pouched placed in boiling water) [1920]
___ break (Brit's intermission from work)
___ caddy
___ cozy
___ cozy.
___ leaf
___ leaves
___ party
___ rose
___ service
___ set
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Lipton product
Drink that’s steeped
Drink with crumpets
It may be iced when it's warm outside
Some submerged leaves
Caffeinated brew often
Afternoon drink for many
Jetsam of Dec. 16 1773
Brew popular in Britain
Coffee alternative
Pot fill
Breakfast spot?
Caddies carry it
Breakfast spot?
It's served in spots
Brewed drink
Stereotypical English drink
Coffee alternative
Chinese restaurant quaff
Snack, afternoon ...
Chai, e.g.
Herbal drink
Sussex sip
Hot drink
Spot of ___
Earl Grey or jasmine
Leaves for a Chinese dinner
Beverage
Drink of character, say
Bancha or Dimbula
Twinings product
Darjeeling, for one
Oolong, for one
Japanese ritual, ... ceremony
Afternoon social
Beverage
Drink of character, say
Common British drink
Afternoon social
Elevenses drink
Chai, e.g.
Beverage
Drink of character, say
Hot drink
Brewed beverage
The March Hare's brew
Oolong, e.g.
Elevenses drink
Hot drink
Pekoe, e.g.
Drink with crumpets
Snack, afternoon ...
Scones go-with
Earl Grey, e.g.
Leaves in a bag
Leaves for the afternoon?
Earl Grey or jasmine
Downton Abbey meal
Hot brew
Chai, e.g.
Hot drink
Bohea, e.g.
Beverage
Drink of character, say
Boston ___ Party
Drink with scones
Snack, afternoon ...
1773 Boston Harbor jetsam
Product broken before bagging
Flight attendant's offering
Common potable
Steeped beverage
Steeped brew
Snack, afternoon ...
Crumpet chaser
Snack, afternoon ...
Chai, e.g.
Leaves for the afternoon?
Oolong, e.g.
Mad Hatter's serving
Lipton offering
Afternoon meal
Drink accompanying dim sum
Pekoe, e.g.
Afternoon meal
Afternoon repast
Earl Grey, e.g.
Beverage
Drink of character, say
Type of caddy or cup
Beverage
Drink in chaste afternoon
Beverage
Being scalded, leaves
Beverage
Earl Grey, e.g.
Drink with crumpets
Leaf beverage
Beverage
Bagged leaves
Beverage
Afternoon meal
Steeped brew
30-Across in America
Earl Grey or jasmine
Hot beverage
Brewed drink
Beverage
Drink of character, say
Small tree or shrub whose leaves are used to make a beverage
Beverage
A party drink
Hot beverage
Afternoon social
Twinings product
Cuppa
Drink of character, say
Boston ____ Party
Boston ____ Party
Earl Grey or jasmine
Beverage
Beverage
Afternoon social
Iced ____
Iced ____
It's served in the late afternoon
It's served in the late afternoon
Iced ____
Iced ____
Drink with dim sum
Type of indoor caddy
Type of indoor caddy
Afternoon social
Afternoon social
Pot brew
Beverage
Beverage
Drink of character, say
Drink of character, say
Beverage
Beverage
____ bag
____ bag
____ bag
____ bag
Hot drink
Hot drink
Earl Grey or jasmine
Hot drink
Hot drink
Hot drink
Hot drink
Hot drink
Hot drink
Women's club event
Oolong, e.g.
Oolong, e.g.
Beverage
Beverage
Leaves in paper bags, perhaps
Leaves in paper bags, perhaps
Oolong e.g.
Oolong e.g.
Sweet __
Sweet __
Beverage
Beverage
Drink of character, say
Drink of character, say
Beverage
Beverage
___ party
What fills some pots
Beverage
Drink of character, say
Afternoon meal
Pekoe, e.g.
Chai, e.g.
Pekoe e.g.
Snack, afternoon ...
Boston Harbor jetsam of 1773
Coffee's rival
Earl Grey, e.g.
Earl Grey e.g.
Leaf beverage
It comes in black, white, green and red varieties
Snack, afternoon ...
Earl Grey, e.g.
Drink most of a little salty water?
Steeped brew
Steeped brew
Drink with crumpets
Hot drink
Brewed drink
Brewed drink
Caddy quaff
Pekoe, for one
Leaves for socials?
Something served with scones
Snack, afternoon ...
Beverage
Celestial Seasonings product
Leaves it's possible to eat
Beverage
Common hot beverage
Nonalcoholic brew
Beverage
Common hot or iced drink
Hot drink
White-gloves affair
Indian export
Boston Harbor jetsam of 1773
Earl Grey or jasmine
Tetley product
Crumpets go-with
Word with "caddy" or "cup"
Scalding does it no harm
Beverage
Pot leaves
When it's hot, there's a certain amount of steam
Coffee's rival
Beverage
Ate sloppy meal
Beverage
Drink of character, say
Boston Harbor jetsam
Leaf beverage
Crumpets companion
Beverage
Snack, afternoon ...
Drink with a scone
Boston ____ Party
Cuppa?
Drink of character, say
Boston ____ Party
Coffee alternative
Tazo product
Some like it hot
Sri Lankan product, Ceylon ...
Hot beverage
Earl Grey, e.g.
Drink from a bag
Oolong or Earl Grey
Drink offered by a caddy
1773 Boston Harbor jetsam
Iced ____
Earl Grey, for one
Beverage
Devastate (6)
Artist gave off ruin (6)
Beverage "for two"
AriZona offering
Sweet __
Hot drink
Bancha or Dimbula
Brewed beverage
Coffee alternative
Coffee alternative
Elevenses drink
Hot drink
Beverage
Drink of character, say
Chinese restaurant beverage
Common U.K. brew
It's purchased by the bagful
Scalding does it no harm
Tetley offering
____ bag
Hot drink
Beverage
Hot beverage
Beverage
Bigelow offering
Loose-leaf purchase
Chai, e.g.
Leaves for a drink?
Beverage
Drink of character, say
Time for a drink?
Bigelow offering
Hot drink
Subject of a controversial tax, once
Clint Eastwood's drink
Leaf beverage
Coffee alternative
Bagged stuff at the supermarket
Beverage
What some caddies carry
Popular beverage
Chinese green, e.g.
It's nice when it's iced
Earl Grey or jasmine
Afternoon repast
Beverage
Earl Grey or jasmine
Pot brew
Afternoon meal
Drink with crumpets
Beverage
Afternoon social
Snapple offering
Beverage
Drink of character, say
Hot drink
Tisane, e.g.
Beverage
Coffee alternative
Beverage brewed from bags
Serving from a trolley
Earl Grey or jasmine
It may be in the bag
Brit's brew
See 33-Down
Hot drink
Beverage
Hot drink
Something brewing in the state apartments
Hot brew
It's a plant stand, we're told
Oolong, e.g.
Crumpet accompanier
It may come hot or iced
Afternoon meal
Beverage
Pekoe, e.g.
After-dinner option
Afternoon affair
Sri Lanka export
Darjeeling or pekoe
Beverage
Afternoon meal
Source of caffeine
See 83-Across
Beverage
Earl Grey, e.g.
Brewed beverage
Coffee alternative
Earl Grey, for one
Apt brew for a golfer?
Brewed beverage
Beverage
Drink of character, say
Common beverage
— Party
Meal
Hot brew
Steeped brew
Hot drink
Coffee alternative
Beverage
Drink of character, say
Snack, afternoon ...
A drink to enable you to eat?
Brewed drink
Pekoe, for one
Hot drink
Earl Grey, for one
A cozy drink?
Oolong, e.g.
Straining does it no harm
Earl Grey, e.g.
Pekoe, e.g.
Afternoon social
Brewed drink
Hot winter drink
Beverage
British brew
Brewed drink
Leaves in paper bags, perhaps
Black or green beverage
Spot from a pot
"Eat Drink Man Woman" drink
Earl Grey, e.g.
Beverage
Brewed beverage
Pot brew
Earl Grey or jasmine
Type of party
Beverage from leaves
Earl Grey, e.g.
Steeped brew
Brewed drink
Brit's break
Beverage
Steeped beverage
Pot brew
Earl Grey, for one
Beverage
Lipton product
Snack, afternoon ...
Afternoon meal
Brit's brew
Party drink
Assam export
Hot brew
Beverage
Boston ____ Party
Japanese drink
Drink with scones
Earl Grey, for one
46 Across homonym
Potted plant?
Iced ____
Drink with crumpets
Time for a drink
Darjeeling export
Beverage
You might add honey to it
Assam export
It can be green, red or yellow
It was thrown into the harbor in a 1773 "party"
____ bag
Drink with jam and bread, in song
Characters in Clint Eastwood's Rosy Lee
Hot drink
Drink that's often iced
Drink and eat, maybe
Afternoon meal
Steeped brew
Hot beverage
Beverage
Oolong, e.g.
Beverage
You can make it strong or weak
"High" drink
Small tree or shrub whose leaves are used to make a beverage
Hot beverage
Beverage
Caddy drink
Pekoe, e.g.
Leaves for a drink
Beverage
Afternoon social
Boston Harbor drink?
Snack, afternoon ...
Earl Grey, e.g.
Actress who played Kate Reynolds in 2000 comedy-drama The Family Man
Beverage
Steeped brew
Beverage
Drink of character, say
Herbal beverage
Leaves for a drink
Hot drink
Afternoon meal
Afternoon get-together
Sri Lankan product, Ceylon ...
Brewed concoction
Brewed drink
England first bagged it in 1953
High ___
Brewed beverage
Beverage
Drink of character, say
Beverage
Drink from a bag
Leaf beverage
Brit's brew
Chai, e.g.
Sri Lanka export
It might be in the bag
Long Island iced stuff
Drink with crumpets
Dim sum accompaniment
Beverage
Beverage
Drink of character, say
Earl Grey, e.g.
Caffeine source
Japanese ritual, ... ceremony
Beverage
Drink of character, say
4:00 British ritual
This involves hot water and some steam
Morning brew
Aromatic brew
Sweet ___
Beverage
Hot drink
A party drink
Beverage
Coffee alternative
Drink for Queen Elizabeth II
Ms. Leoni
Breakfast brew
Small tree or shrub whose leaves are used to make a beverage
Boston ____ Party
Darjeeling, e.g.
Beverage
"High" drink
Elevenses quaff
Steeped brew
Beverage
Steeped beverage
Earl Grey, for one
See 99-Down
Leaf beverage
All the ____ in China
Snack, afternoon ...
Drink that may be served hot or iced
Earl Grey, e.g.
Scone accompaniment
It may be herbal
Boston Harbor jetsam of 1773
Ms. Leoni
Drink of Japanese ceremonies
Drink "for two"
Beverage
Iced ____
Constant Comment, e.g.
Word that can go before "spoon" or "pot"
Steeped beverage
Darjeeling, e.g.
Darjeeling, for one
Darjeeling, for one
Beverage option
Pot leaves
Beverage seen in a Kermit the Frog meme
Coffee's rival
Ms. Leoni
Beverage
Drink of character, say
It's served in pots
English drink
Beverage
Beverage served hot or iced
Chamomile drink
Hot drink
Earl Grey or jasmine
Hot drink
Coffee alternative
Service beverage
Afternoon beverage
Scones go-with
Caffeine source
One of the world's most popular beverages
Hot drink
Hot beverage
Beverage
Drink of character, say
What the wheatear has to drink
Common drink
1773 jetsam
Drink that's brewed
Brit's "cuppa"
Pot leaves?
Steeped drink
Hot drink
____ bag
Brewed drink that can be served sweetened or unsweetened
Earl Grey or jasmine
Earl Grey, for one
Brewed hot drink
Some like it hot
Kind of party
Wonderland drink
Snack, afternoon ...
Beverage
Hot brew
Drink from a kettle
Leoni of TV
"Spanglish" actress Leoni
Beverage
Drink of character, say
Congou, e.g.
Brewed drink
Leaves to steep
Earl Grey, for one
Steeped drink
___ Party
Steeped brew
It may be iced
Hot brew
Pot brew
Beverage
Messily eat refreshment
Beverage
Hot drink
Afternoon brew
Iced beverage
Coffee alternative
Beverage
Drink of character, say
Hot or iced beverage
Orange pekoe
"A drink with jam and bread," according to a song
Novelist Obreht who won an Orange Prize for Fiction for "The Tiger's Wife"
"Madam Secretary" actress Leoni
Caffeinated drink
Lipton product
Steeped drink
Afternoon meal
Earl Grey, e.g.
Brunch brew
Beverage
Lipton product
Historical Boston drink
See 24-Across
Boston jetsam of 1773
Oolong, for example
Steeped brew
Crumpets meal
Drink with scones
Steeped drink
Pot brew
"____ for Two"
Kind of beverage that Earl Grey is
Hot drink
Beverage
Drink of character, say
Infused concoction
Dried leaves
Coffee's rival
Oolong or gunpowder
Hot drink
Beverage
Oolong or pekoe