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It has been a long time since I have attended a tea party, either real or imaginary. I always love them no matter how they are planned and enjoyed. I could imagine being there with you and enjoying each delightful blend of flavors. Thank you for the experience of sharing that with you and if you will excuse me now I must go fix myself a cupatea. Won't you join me? I might even serve some English biscuits to accompany the tea if you think you would like them. OK! Everybody, it's tea time!
Hi Merrijo, your English biscuits sound great, and it would be fun to sit down with you for a tea party. Maybe sometime.
Larry, no, I haven't had Linden blossom tea. I have tried most of them, but not Linden. Now that you mention it, it's at the top of my must try list. And I keep honey, absolutely a must have. If I ever run short of everything else, I will always have honey.
Thanks to both of you. I am glad you share my love for teas.
Love the tea party! Was one of my fav things to do as a child and still love my tea. My families actualy decieded that I collect tea pots so I have some lovely ones. Inclueding one my little sister painted for me when she was 8 or 9.
As far as fav teas- three words orange spice rooibos. Increadable sweeted with just a touch of cream. Also, iced mint. Mmm. I'm off to get a cup of tea =)
I should have added a photo of my teapots, too.
Iced mint is also one of my favorites, and I do love the flavor of orange as well. It's fun to know flavors that others enjoy. Some of mine bring back memories of years ago, since that's when I started sippin' tea with my Aunt Bett and Granny Ninna. There is a whole new world of flavors out there now, but always I come back to my old favorites.