By A.C. Cargill
It’s that time of year when brightly colored teawares in your favorite holiday colors abound. Conjure up your favorite winter holiday image: snowmen, poinsettias, Christmas trees, candy canes, etc. Believe it or not, you’ll be able to find a mug, cup, teapot, or other teaware sporting that image. And many more!
By Madam Potts
My six-cup “Blue Betty” teapot is in love with PG Tips. So are my tastebuds. And my hubby’s tastebuds. It’s a love affair that has grown warmer over the years.
For a tea that’s been on the market since the 1930s, PG Tips has continued to stay one of the favorite teas around. Brooke, Bond and Co. blends up the best black teas to keep this tea robust and flavorful. Add a splash of milk and a dash of sweetener to your cupful for a smooth tea experience.
by Sue Talbert
by A.C. Cargill
Yes, I said “bevy.” For each one is a beauty, as any tea implements are to one living the “tea life” where tea is more than just a beverage.
For centuries, tea pots have been a recognizable staple of tea drinking. The distinctive spout and handle design may have been a later addition, but by all accounts the tea pot as we know it has been around for several thousand years.
Tea drinking began in China in the distant past, beyond recorded history. The [...]