Welcome to episode 361. This week I did tons of crafting, but I’m working on larger projects so I don’t have as much to show. It got me thinking more about how I’m a product knitter and I always get such a mood boost from finished objects. What kind of knitter are you? Thanks for… Continue reading Episode 361, Sweaters in progress.
Welcome to episode 147! A little cooler here this week and lots of little details and knits happening. This one’s a quick one as I have a house full of family, but I wanted to chat. Please come and join the Ravelry group. You can also find me on Ravelry as Fluffyk, Twitter, Instagram as Fluffykira, and in my… Continue reading Episode 147: Just a quick chat.
A few weeks ago I was contacted by The Republic of Tea and asked if I would like to review some of their new SuperHerb Teas for Women. I was given a choice and I requested the Organic Raspberry Leaf and the Organic Nettle blends. From the website, Organic Raspberry Leaf is targeted at women’s… Continue reading Drink Me: Republic of Tea, SuperHerb Teas for Women
The final tea in my last order from Capital Teas was Lemongrass Ginger Serenity (Organic). From the website, Lemongrass Ginger Serenity contains lemongrass, ginger, licorice and peppermint. It is available in a variety of sizes including 2oz for $9.95, 4oz for $19.90, 8oz for $37.81, 1lb for $71.64 and 2lbs for $135.32. When I first… Continue reading Drink Me: Capital Teas, Lemongrass Ginger Serenity
Two weeks ago I went to my local tea shop, Tea Market. Another summer blend that I wanted to try was Double Mint. After all, what sounds better on a hot day than a cool glass of mint iced tea! The Double mint blend is a blend of peppermint and spearmint. I bought the seasonal sampler… Continue reading Drink Me: Tea Market, Double Mint
You might imagine I could get behind a company whose slogan is “Drink more tea, read more books.” The Literary Tea Co. is a purveyor of organic teas “inspired by literary geniuses.” Why not try a cup of William Shakespeare Tea, a blend of black tea with orange peels and rose petals? https://img0.etsystatic.com/060/0/10128914/il_570xN.695573854_3zzc.jpg Or perhaps… Continue reading Literary Tea Co.
I placed an order with Adagio a few weeks ago hoping to try some of their holiday flavors. The first of these was Candy Cane. From the package, Candy Cane is black tea with candy cane pieces and peppermint leaves. It is available in a variety of sizes: sample for $2, 3oz for $7 and… Continue reading Drink Me: Adagio, Candy Cane
The third tea I picked up this spring from David’s Tea was Licorice Twist. I know people have mixed feelings about anything that tastes like black licorice, but I was intrigued by the ingredient list. From the website, Licorice Twist contains licorice root, nana mint, fennel seeds, anise seeds, cocoa, candied pineapple, ginger, peppermint, nettle… Continue reading Drink Me: David’s Tea, Licorice Twist
When I was in the Tea Market a few weeks ago I noticed that they carried a Tummy Tamer tea. I have a nervous stomach and I’m fairly sensitive to stomach upset, so I thought it might be a good one to try and keep in my arsenal. From the Tea Market menu the tea… Continue reading Drink Me: Tea Market, Tummy Tamer