How exciting! I just saw on my Netflix that there's a new series based on Anne of Green Gables 🙂 This makes me very happy and will go perfectly with our plan to read Anne of Green Gables and that Red Rose Tea will also pair well with the show! More info from IMDB here. … Continue reading Anne With An E
I love all things tea because they're all just so beautiful! Pretty flowers, delicate China, colourful table cloths. I love to be inspired by tea paraphernalia to have tea parties, make lovely flower arrangements and just enjoy the finer things in life.
I sat down to read The Wind in the Willows, and had a hot cup of delicious Strawberry Raspberry tea. The sun was shinning, the birds were singing and I was getting into the adventures of Badger, Toad and Mole. A great way to spend a quiet morning, and what Countess Grey Tea … Continue reading Easter Tea Time!
How did I celebrate St Patrick's Day? A quiet sit down at an Irish pub in the Grassmarket area of Edinburgh after having a little wander around. I sat down and enjoyed a cup of delicious Irish breakfast tea. While reading some James Joyce: Dubliners, for the occasion. Aside from imbibing some classic Irish beverages, … Continue reading Irish Breakfast Tea and James Joyce
Do you love lemon? Do you love tea? I do. I love both. Together. Separate. Anyway! The first time I was served hot water was in Hong Kong. I was perplexed but quickly got on board. Hot water on a cold day is delicious, hydrating, and warming. Even better is hot water and lemon. Fresh … Continue reading Lemon Tea
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was a Scottish writer and physician. He was best known for his creation of the famous detective Sherlock Holmes. Doyle was born in Edinburgh in 1859. He studied medicine at the University of Edinburgh Medical School and went on the act as a ship’s surgeon and achieve an MD, or advanced … Continue reading Tea at the Sherlock Holmes Tea Room
I have been betrayed by my true love, dark, delicious black tea. Much to the disgust of my family, I've always been a black tea drinker, no sugar, no cream, simply strong black tea, 'straight up' as one might say. But then I started noticing it was making me sick? What gives? How could tea … Continue reading Tea, Why Have You Betrayed Me?
Exciting News! I'm going to the UK, the birthplace of tea culture! I'm very fortunate to have received a Working Holiday Visa which will allow me to live and work in the UK for up to 2 years. So please join me on my journey soaking up Britain, going to tea rooms, enjoying cream … Continue reading A Very British Tea
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