I thought I’d share this photo – Spring really is here. My street is lined with gorgeous Blossom trees and I could help but snap a picture of the prettiest tree on the street <3
This weekend is when I give my affair with Tea, some depth. I am going to venture outside of my comfort zone and move into a new Tea dimension - I am going to move aside from the warm, comfort & familiarity of ‘Milk, No Sugar’ Tea and have a more fruity week. I live in an area that has a large Turkish Community which means I should be able to get hold of some amazing, infused Tea… surely? I’m a massive fan of utilising local amenities and buying locally so I think this is also going to be a great chance for me to get in touch with some local people – who knows where this Blog could go.
I’m still trying to decide whether to gather my house mates in on my journey, it seems they love Tea, cake and all things sweet also. We’re a pretty together group of people when at home and enjoy sharing our culinary skills, so I am pretty confident that they’ll be open to a bit of Fruitiness being brought into their lives.
So, Either way, this weekends going to be great.then I guess I’ll do some thinking about the kinds of flavours to try… or maybe I should take advice of someone who probably (will do) knows better than me & just head down to the amazing shop that I have locally and see what they think.
P.S Have a look at chatsworthroade5.co.uk/market if you enjoy a vintage bargain… maybe a Tea Set?
My names Kate, and I am in a long-term relationship with Tea - My first memory of meeting Tea, aged roughly Five, was a moment of Euphoria – I remember it well.
About me: I grew up in a sleepy village in Worcestershire, in a family of 6 where I positioned second youngest. I have an older Sister and Two Brothers. I like my Tea with lost of flavour, but milky – My mum loves her Tea with one Sugar and Milk (her weakness is biscuits) My dad enjoys his however it comes.
I decided the write this Blog to encourage me to share my ever-growing passion for Tea. I hope it becomes easier write and that someone out there enjoys reading the trials and tribulations of a self-confessed Tea-Aholic. I apologise for any digression.