Sunday, July 7, 2019

Tea time, taking a break. . . . . . .



This is such a lovely afternoon tea, and so special.
Grown in England of all places.
A recent gift from Cornwall blog friend Barbara
 whom I met up with at long last in May, 
this light Darjeeling blend has been perfect for 
hot afternoon respites in the gazebo
 these past busy early July days.


Loving it.

10 comments:

  1. Afternoon tea, happy thoughts of friends near and far, and summer sunshine... Bliss...

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  2. How lovely to have a spot of tea out in the gazebo... sounds romantic somehow.

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  3. So glad you are enjoying our local tea. It is very popular here. Lovely memories of our day together!

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    1. It truly is the perfect light tea on these sticky humid afternoons Barbara - and as I told Vee, I have never embraced southern iced tea!

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  4. You haven’t joined the sweet iced tea Southern crowd? I must try hot tea on a summer’s afternoon sometime. Sometimes on a cool, rainy summer afternoon, I have tea. Somehow it’s not quite so appealing on a scorcher of a day.

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    1. No, never sweet iced tea no matter how long I'm stuck here in the south Vee!

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  5. OH that gazebo would be a delight for taking time out to relax with a cup of tea and a treat!

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    1. Pop over from OZ someday dear Serena - I'll put the kettle on and bake a cake!

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  6. Tea outdoors in such a special spot would be a real treat. The tea from Barbara sounds lovely.

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