ETS Top 2 Christmas Puddings

  We are all about tradition here at the English Tea Store. English Christmas Pudding, also known as Plum Pudding or Figgy Pudding, is a delicious Christmas dinner tradition dating back to the 14th century! It has been changed & re-invented over the years. By Victorian times, it has molded into what they are today, …

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Scottish Breakfast Tea, Meet a Nutty Mix!

Tea time has gone nuts around here. The usual tea time treats such as scones with clotted cream and raspberry preserves have been replaced, at least temporarily, with nuts! Maybe it’s that whiff of Spring in the air. Maybe it’s those cute little stuffed bunnies next to the pink and white mug. Or maybe that …

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Tea and the “Victoriana” Nut Lady

What do nuts, Victorian/Edwardian apparel, and Rapunzel-length red hair have in common? Lisa Griffiths, the lady who will make your tea time go nuts! And nuts and teas go well together, as I discussed in this article awhile ago. Lisa is the founder of That Nutty Redhead – Frosted and Gourmet Nuts, a collector of …

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Nuts and Tea

Nuts and tea go together as well as other typical pairings: cheese and tea, fruits and tea, floral flavors and tea, and of course chocolates and tea. Time to see just how this works. First, just as with fruits and flowers, teas have nutty flavors (and for you wiseguys out there, no I don’t mean …

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