I like to tea with a huge orange mug, filled to the brim with a super hot brew of English Breakfast tea. I don’t like a particularly strong brew, just enough to get a nice full-bodied flavour and rich colour. Sometimes I take a dash of milk (soy), but I never ever add sugar. I tea several times a day at work and probably just a couple of times a day on the weekend.
Also on the tea front I thought I’d share two lovely tea related prints from Sydney-based Tabitha Emma, who just so happens to be one of my favourite etsy artists. The ‘Superb tea‘ art print on the left features some gorgeous vintage looking tea-cups and delightful tea stains, while the ‘Bunnies and tea‘ print on the right features more lovely tea-cups and bunnies … BUNNIES AND TEA CUPS!!! … in fact there’s even a bunny IN a tea cup … surely life doesn’t get much better than that!?!
Oops, all that cuteness momentarily distracted me from serious tea business. Given that ‘variety is the spice of life’ (as my grandmother would ironically repeat ad nauseam), I’m sure there are about one billion different ways to ‘take tea’ …
So please indulge my scientific mind with a little survey … How do you tea?