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Tregothnan - Putting The "T" in "British"

Cut England, and it bleeds tea.

Tea has been a part of the country’s cultural landscape for so long, and is so deeply engrained in the nation’s sense of self, that the years prior to the introduction of the sacred leaf seem as remote and distant as the time when dinosaurs were stomping around on what would one day become Kent. 661 more words


Florridora's Pantry

I thought I would write a bit about something that isn’t necessarily just Serenity Hill related, but might be interesting to some.

When we bought Serenity Hill, we went back to Guernsey for a few more months to tie things off. 366 more words


Newly Opened: Beatons Tearooms and Bookshop, Crawthorne

I wish this place had opened in London. I know it’s not in London but worth a mention so read it! :P

I LOVE the concept of a Tearoom and Bookshop. 533 more words

I Seek To Eat

Saturday Sips: Gin-T


1 oz Bordiga Gin Dry
.75 oz simple syrup
.5 oz fresh squeezed lemon juice
2 oz strong English breakfast tea infusion

Combine all of the ingredients in a shaker halfway filled with ice.  18 more words


High Tea by CliveHollingshead

This is what the English mean when they invite you to tea – scone with jam and cream, strawberries, sandwiches, all served on gold rimmed plates. 9 more words


January traditional

I imagined winter coziness inside this manor house, somewhere in New Hampsha a few years back. I snapped the photo with a disposable camera. (Pre cell phone cameras!) My first visit to New England, the weekend adjacent to a business trip. 158 more words

Porcelain Inspired Tea Cookies

Happy New Year!

My first tutorial for 2016 is these beautiful porcelain-inspired cookies. They’re perfect for tea time! I’m not a painter, but I think the simple roses I made look elegant and chic. 334 more words