Last week, Ridgefield held its inaugural Art Exhibition - a very classy affair. The amazed visitors were treated to delicious mint-infusion drinks and smooth jazz in the background as they perused the magnificent work on show.
One question remains: when you have finished the drink, what do you do with the soggy, minty leaves lying unloved at the bottom of the cup? Pluck them out between two fingers? Turn the cup upside down and attempt to tip the contents into your mouth (careful - they tend to stick)? Remove them with the end of a pencil? What does etiquette demand in such circumstances?