When guests come to the house, they must give tea, which is a courtesy to welcome guests. When the guest is seated, the host will stand up, holding the tea bowl with both hands and offering the guest. The guest will also sit up, take the tea bowl with the right hand and put it on the table. The host then brought a plate of milk, and the guest took it with his right hand and poured it into his left hand. The third finger of the right hand was dipped in a little, and then sprinkled on the sky, and licked it in his mouth. When serving tea, women must be well-dressed and graceful. Tasting tea and fresh milk is a ritual activity that the mongols meet, often not to quench their thirst.