Food, History, Loose Tea, Scones, Scotland, Tea, Tea Treats

Outlander Scones & Tea

When my husband and I met in 1998, he was reading a book called OUTLANDER by Diana Gabaldon. He told me about it and said it was very good. I was living in New York at the time and he in Maine. So we both read it around the same time and were hooked on… Continue reading Outlander Scones & Tea

Comforting, Family, Food, History, Holiday, Loose Tea, Tea, Tea Treats, Tradition

Comforts of Home

It is now past Christmas and I didn't do any christmas tea photo shoots. I DID enjoy tea very often and did overeat, however. I just didn't record it for posterity. After a very busy first week back at work after the holiday break, I found myself sickly on the weekend. My dear husband offered to… Continue reading Comforts of Home

History, Loose Tea, Tea, Tea Accessories

An American Tea

American tea? Yes, there IS such a thing and I'm not talking about a tea that's produced elsewhere and we simply destribute it, but tea GROWN in the U.S. I received an email from Bigelow Tea announcing that the first tea leaves of the season were recently harvested for their American Classic First Flush® Loose… Continue reading An American Tea

Comforting, Family, History, Loose Tea, Scotland, Tea

Tea for Today

Today I enjoyed a comforting Se Chung oolong tea from Upton Tea Imports. Made even more desirable being enjoyed out of my favorite Tain Pottery tea cup and saucer. Thought of my mom as well. She bought me the small wooden tray. It's hand painted with a winter scene and has been quite used and… Continue reading Tea for Today