If ever there was a store made for me, it is Churchmouse Yarn & Teas. I hope one day to be able to visit the store on scenic Bainbridge Island, just a short ferry ride from Seattle. But for now I’ll just watch, and drool from afar.
Another tea I picked up in my last order from Upton Tea was the Season’s Pick Earl Grey Vanilla Creme. The tea is described as a classic Earl Grey with hints of creme and vanilla. It is available in a variety of sizes: 15g sample packet for $1.00, 250g packet for $7.80, and 1000g bag… Continue reading Drink Me: Upton Tea, Season’s Pick Earl Grey Vanilla Creme
I just love this whimsical teapot by Clifford Earl Sculpture. What a wonderful piece for any garden!
Welcome back for my third episode and welcome to new viewers. I was on vacation last week and missed you all. If you’re looking for me on social media all my contact details are here. Please leave me a comment to say hello! Wearing: Winged Samara by Chrissy Prange in Midnight Sheep Superwash Sock in… Continue reading The Corner of Knit & Tea: Episode 3
Are you looking for a special spoon to stir your tea? I’ve browsed etsy and found a few for you. A little Alice in Wonderland perhaps (from Milk and Honey Luxuries)? Or a little Marilyn Monroe (from Little Pine Jewelry)? Perhaps you need a little color with your tea (from Alice the Hot Dog)? And… Continue reading Teaccessories: Tea Spoons
A few weeks ago, on Ravelry, I was part of an interesting discussion about Masala Chai. This discuss was primarily about how Americans refer to chai as chai tea. But the Hindi word for tea is chai, which makes the American version redundant. The correct name for the spiced tea that we Americans refer to… Continue reading Drink Me: Upton Tea, Masala Chai
I love these teacups with their modern feel. The teacup has an unusual angled bottom that allows it to rest in two different positions. On one side is a screened compartment in which you place your favorite loose tea leaves. Pour hot water through the screen and allow it to steep. Once it’s done, simply… Continue reading Teaccessories: Tipping Teacup
When I first started this blog I received a ton of suggestions on places from which I might like to try ordering. One of these was Upton Tea. I placed an order a few weeks ago and am now happily drinking my teas. The one I’ll review today is Strawberry Kiwi. From the label it… Continue reading Drink Me: Upton Tea, Strawberry/Kiwi
I NEED one of these tea towels. I’m also imagining that one of these babies could be turned into an awesome zippered project bag for the crafty among us?
The second tea I picked up in my recent David’s Tea shipment was the Mango Fruit Punch. From the package, this blend contains pineapple, mango, orange peel and slices, safflower, marigold, and strawberry. It’s available in a variety of sizes: 50g for $7.50, 100g + free tin for $15.00, 250g + free tin for $37.50… Continue reading Drink Me: David’s Tea, Mango Fruit Punch