In my humble opinion, every cup is to be celebrated.
(Yes, the same author that wrote 'Nineteen Eighty-Four' ['Big Brother is watching you'], in 1949, and 'Animal Farm')
You stir it with a TEAspoon. Not a tabelspoon, or a soup spoon, nor a dessert spoon...well, maybe a dessert spoon.
It can be served from kettle to cup, or from a pot, which is nice if you have guests, or plan to drink several cups, for which a cosy would be desirable. It helps keep it, um, nice and cosy :)
I generally always have mine with milk, but to each, his own.
Professor Elemental agrees....