Wednesday, October 28

Tea Time...



Tea Time Notes: 
Emma Dishes from Pottery Barn 
Twinings English Breakfast Tea
Twinings Christmas Tea
Harney & Sons Holiday Tea
No Name Loose Leaf English Breakfast Tea from Our Local Coffee Shop
Finum Disposable Tea Filters
Perfect Cup of Tea Scoop
Weck Jars
Bee House 22oz Tea Pot
No Name Wooden Spoon 

13 comments:

Susan Dow said...

☕️❤️ That was lovely! So nice to meet you.

willfulmina said...

Love it! Such a great topic. And tell your husband that I need him to give me some pointers!

Katya said...

This was such an enjoyable video!! I have a question: Where did you find that cool teapot with the strainer inside?? That's exactly what I need. Also, what is the name of the looseleaf English Breakfast you mentioned? If you said it, I didn't catch it. I'm a black tea girl, too...I don't drink any other kind. Have you tried Harney & Sons Vanilla Comoro? It is decaf and my sister introduced it to me when I was nursing and downing tea all day long and worried about the caffeine content. I just finished off a mug now...it's perfect for before bedtime, with a tiny bit of sugar and a good amount of milk!

Lucy said...

I mostly drink earl Grey tea, preferably loose leaf from Twinings, but also green earl Grey from Waitrose is delicious. Also mint tea pig tea or any of the mint teas from Twinings. My daughter recommends Twinings apple and ginger. We also drink chamomile and spiced apple and various chai teas.

Lucy said...

I mostly drink earl Grey tea, preferably loose leaf from Twinings, but also green earl Grey from Waitrose is delicious. Also mint tea pig tea or any of the mint teas from Twinings. My daughter recommends Twinings apple and ginger. We also drink chamomile and spiced apple and various chai teas.

Jeannine said...

Aahhh!!! I LOVED this!❤️ I'm a coffee drinker, but might try a Christmas tea this year. It's such a nice piece! You look absolutely beautiful, the setting is so cozy, I love the musical introduction!! But I must say my eye lingered on your yarn winder!

Also, I noticed the order of your wedding band and engagement ring (I'm really not a weirdo) I seem to always notice that on women. I'm curious if there is a right order for our rings and if you might know it.

Again, I love this! Please do lots more!��

DJL said...

This was great! I too am a tea drinker. Can't handle coffee for its acidity or the caffeine and there is nothing more heartening than a HOT cup of tea, I think. Have you ever tried Paris by Harney & Sons? It is WONDERFUL. That's the only tea I will drink with (steamed) (plant) milk. But my daily cup is Lady Grey. I like it strong, HOT, and plain. I am also a fan of Stash teas. Their lemon-ginger and peppermint (both herbal) teas are very good.
Anyway, I look forward to more of your videos. You are so natural on camera!
Sincerely,
Dana

author said...

I enjoyed that so much! Where did you get the little teapot with strainer? And the little tea spoon? I don't drink coffee either. I've been drinking tea since I was a little girl. My mom would make Bigelow's Constant Comment for me every morning. It's still my favorite! I also really like Yogi Kombucha Decaf Green Tea.

author said...

Oh, I forgot to add that I also like hot cocoa with whipped cream, of course. It's our tradition to wait until we see the first snowflakes before we have it. I found a big (32oz.) canister of organic hot cocoa mix (just add water, no high fructose corn syrup) at Costco - can't wait to try it!

Woman of the House said...

Very enjoyable! I hope you do more videos like this. I also am an English breakfast tea girl, Twinings, of course. Did you know they are still in the same shop in London that they have been in since they were founded in 1716 (I think that's the year)?

Today said...

Thanks for sharing! My drink-all-day every day tea is Irish breakfast from Trader Joe's... with milk. Love your teapot.

MamaBirdEmma said...

Thank you for all of your wonderful comments, everyone!

I added a list of links below my video to help people find the things that I mentioned. If I missed anything or you have any other questions, please let me know!

I am excited to try all of the teas that were mentioned in the comments here, on Facebook, and on Instagram!

:::

Jeannine, I think that I wear my wedding and engagement rings in an incorrect order. I have my engagement ring on first and then I top it with my wedding ring. My reasoning is simply aesthetics... My rings aren't part of a set and I think that they look a little better in the order that I wear them. I do follow the Orthodox tradition of wearing my wedding ring on my right hand.

I loved this question! I notice things like that, too!

Melinda Anne said...

Wow, nice to see your pretty face! Thanks for the video.

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