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Indulging in Matcha Eclairs at Sadaharu Aoki 青木定治

Sadaharu Aoki is a highly acclaimed patissier I’ve been dying to try since I arrived in Tokyo. If you adore classic teatime pastries the way I do, you’ll definitely find Sadaharu Aoki’s exquisite Matcha Eclairs irresistible.  489 more words


Tea: The Original Black Gold

Tea has been a staple beverage for centuries.  Originally from China, tea started as a medicinal sometime during the Shang Dynasty (second millennium BC). There are too many legends surrounding tea to detail them in this post, but for centuries tea has played a significant role in the Asian culture as well as the other cultures it has touch. 1,102 more words

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Lady Dinah's Cat Emporium, 152-154 Bethnal Green Road, Shoreditch, London, E26DG

First time I heard about this location was about a week after its opening, around April or so. So, what is so special about it? They don’t offer any special food or drinks – just some pastry and tea. 452 more words

Tick tock...tick tock...tick...

It’s Friday!!!!! And yet, I have a million errands to run this weekend. Ugh! I am a classic over-committer (I know there is no such word). 385 more words

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High Tea Review: Peninsula Tea Gardens

Peninsula Tea Gardens is located in Maylands, overlooking the Swan River and is 9 minutes from the Perth CBD. This was my second trip to Peninsula Tea Gardens (also referred to as Tranby House). 827 more words

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I thought this was going to be different: my first encounters with a British person

Five minutes from the Pittsburgh airport and four minutes into my Turkey Sausage Breakfast, I find myself at a Bob Evans sitting across from Patricia, a woman from England who is a new hire at our company and in the “States,” as they like to call it, for program training. 863 more words


The Well Done Tea – Thursday 21st August 2014 The Custom House, Barrow-in-Furness £9.95 for a ‘Vintage’ tea (also available a ‘Luxury’ version at £12.95) 922 more words