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Proper Tea Value

A splash of tea in your cup. Your bag’s packed. It’s time to go. You can feel the chord progression that tugs at your heart. Feel because you can’t hear it. 225 more words

Crochet and Coffee and Matcha (Oh my!)

On New Year’s Eve, I decided to meet with one of my oldest and dearest friends for a little coffee and crochet catch-up in London. It’s so nice to have a little outing, if only for a few hours, to see a friendly face and have a wander around London. 256 more words

Humanity

The Lady Returns | Teaview

This morning on my way to work, I took a quick detour to my local Tesco to stock up on office bits for the week. Crackers, fruit for my porridge and something sweet. 176 more words

Tea

Tastes 'Like Burning'

Trying out something new after a recent tasting in Brisbane.
One of my daughters responded to the name Lapsang Souchong by saying that it was ‘the one that smells and tastes like burning’.
Which seems true.

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Hanukkah Tea Party!

Crispy potato pancakes, warm fluffy doughnuts, and savory beef brisket.  I just adore the traditional foods served during Hanukkah!  Just thinking about it warms the bottom of my cup. 377 more words

Where To Buy Your Lapsang Souchong

It’s clearly a dilemma but one that I’ve been determined to solve as I have a love affair with the smokey, ethereal flavour and taste of Lapsang Souchong, the fabled tea from China.It’s name is derived from the Mandarin and means literally “sub variety from Lapu Mountain”. 367 more words

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Winter Tea Stew Ideas

Imagine coming home out of the cold to the savory aroma of a hearty winter stew. The big pot bubbling on the stove, whispering its temptations. 452 more words