Don't you just love it when you discover something that really tickles your fancy? I travel a fair bit for my 'day job', and one of the things I really enjoy doing is using any downtime I have to hunt out some tea things....shops mainly ♥ It makes my time away from home a little … Continue reading T Bar Tea Salon (Aus) – a little gem ♥
The Great Debate... Is there a right way or a wrong way to serve your tea? Tea cups? Mugs? Fine China? I know what I like and prefer, and I know what my grandparents taught me...fine china tea cups and saucers every time!! However, in saying that so emphatically I am well known to find … Continue reading How do you Tea? Tea Cup or Mug?
Who doesn't love presents? Whether it is giving or receiving I love presents ♥ I feel the need to share my love of tea and what better way than to pop a few 'special' individually wrapped tea bags into an envelope with a wee card to say you were thinking of someone? I love the … Continue reading Gift Ideas for the Tea-lover you know ♥
I first came across T2 Tea in Melbourne in 2006, I was on a tram in the CBD and spotted it and nearly leapt off to go and investigate...luckily I didn't as I probably wouldn't be here now. I did manage to navigate my way back and be completely overawed by the beautiful selection of … Continue reading T2 Tea♥ Heaven in a Cup ♥
Pulling the Masala Chai Ever been to a cafe or coffee shop and ordered a Chai Latte? You may never look at them in quite the same way again...Masala meaning spice and Chai meaning tea comes together as a traditional blend of hot milk, tea, cinnamon, cardamom, fennel and cloves. Creating a warming, spicy and … Continue reading Masala Chai Tea ♥
I love to garden, and I love to garden with succulents and herbs...combine these with my passion for Teapots and Teacups and I am onto something quite spectacular. I love the teapots down the stairway, eye-catching and unique with the colourful flowers tumbling over the side of the pots. The wall art with the teapot … Continue reading Add a little tea to your garden♥
Heralding from Japan, Royal Milk Tea is made with a blend of Assam and Darjeeling tea leaves and milk. Compared to a typical milk tea, the milk to water ratio is much higher so it balances the semi-bitter taste of strong tea with the creamy richness of milk. Royal Milk Tea Ingredients: To make 1 … Continue reading Royal Milk Tea Recipe ♥