March is brimming with tea highlights. After weeks of waiting, my teacup from South Africa finally arrived last week!
Earlier this month, we had another tea social at work to celebrate St. Patrick's Day and the long-awaited return of spring. A co-worker brought yummy teas from Davids Tea's Spring Collection. Not pictured are the green foods that my other co-workers brought: veggies, grapes, kiwis, jello, and even Peeps (tasted like watermelon)!
I purchased this teapot and matching mugs at a local thrift store for only $11 a few years ago. I found the mugs first and the teapot showed up at the same store a year later! The manufacturer is Sadler. I love how the colourful flowers embody the spring season.
During Earth Hour on Saturday, I enjoyed a mug of herbal tea by candlelight.
Recently, I was treasure hunting at Valley Antiques where there were some cute Easter vignettes.
How many teapots can you spot? I counted 4!
I usually leave the store empty-handed, but this time I got this vintage tea strainer for only $3.50! On the back, it says "Chrome Plated. Made in England."
The tea strainer's style is Art Deco, however, I suspect that it is a replica because of its bargain price.