Comforting, Food, Health, Loose Tea, Tea

A Cup of Sea

A Cup of Sea? Is that a typo Heidi? Why, no it’s not. One of my Instagram friends, photographer @tea_on_the_trail touted a strong, earthy tea using seaweed. My interest was peaked. Upon investigation, I was shocked and a little embarrassed to discover the tea she was reviewing is from right here in Maine! I should… Continue reading A Cup of Sea

Comforting, Health, Tea

But There ARE Perks

During this pandemic, many people are out of work, working in very difficult circumstances/atmospheres, or working at home while teaching their children at the same time. I'm one of those lucky ones who still gets to do her job at home. 40 hours a week. The struggle isn't that overwhelming. It's difficult, uncomfortable at times,… Continue reading But There ARE Perks

Comforting, Food, Tea Treats

Fruits, Flowers, and Friends During a Pandemic

When we FINALLY have a sunny, none-windy day with temperatures in the 60’s here in Maine, one MUST take tea outside. Blue skies, flowers, and tea Luckily, during our self-isolation during this pandemic, I had all the ingredients on hand to whip up a batch of blueberry muffins after reading a recipe on Inspired Taste.… Continue reading Fruits, Flowers, and Friends During a Pandemic

England, Food, Loose Tea, Tea, Tea Accessories, Tea Treats

A Rose by Any Other Name

After adding a perennial favorite tea to my online shopping cart at world-famous Fortnum & Mason in London, I soon discovered a new tea I was dying to try. Rose Pouchong tea combines two of my favorite things: tea and roses. Fortnum & Mason's Rose Pouchong tea By interleaving rose petals with black tea as… Continue reading A Rose by Any Other Name

Comforting, England, History, Loose Tea, Tea

An Old Favorite – or Comfort Tea

Everyone is looking for comfort at this chaotic and scary time during the Covid-19 pandemic. This can take many forms: food, drink, clothing, books, nature, and even television and movies. I believe I have used all those and even more during the last several weeks. My comfort TEA of choice is a British tea I… Continue reading An Old Favorite – or Comfort Tea