This week I'm sharing one of the vintage teacups in my collection.
I've always been drawn to gold chintz.
The Queen Anne backstamp (circa 1949+)
This teacup is the epitome of spring!
I continue to sip down my teas one cup at a time!
1. Black Tea:
Whittard of Chelsea's Piccadilly Blend is a lovely fruity tea with a light floral (rose) note.
Blue Mountain Tea Co.'s Up and at 'Em is a delicious blend of orange and vanilla.
Teamancy's Cranberry Head Crumble is a sweet and spicy blend that would also be perfect for fall!
DavidsTea's Coconut Oolong is enjoyable as both hot and iced drinks.
5. Fruit infusion:
DavidsTea's Coco Colada (cold-brewed) was a refreshing beverage. This tropical tea is the closest I'll get to a holiday these days!
Ms Taylor Alison Swift is one of my pandemic MVPs.
Last Friday, I celebrated the release of Taylor's re-recording of her second album, Fearless (Taylor's Version), with a T party!
In my mug: DavidsTea's coconut oolong. I love coconut so I really enjoyed this fruity oolong. I even resteeped the leaves to make iced tea which was also delicious!
Me spotting this English bone china mug (Roy Kirkham) at HomeSense years ago: You belong with meeeeeeeeee! You belong with me.
I hope everyone had a lovely Easter weekend!