There is nothing like tea to fuel the brain!
Greetings dear reader. I missed a post last week, but I am back with great new content and armed with knowledge gained from the BloggingU course Blogging 201. I’m excited for some new things I plan on introducing, and the recent new readers I have gained. I hope I am able to provide an experience that everyone enjoys.
I am experimenting with a new feature called Tea-things Thursdays which will be a weekly post on a separate page. I’m going to be including a survey here, so that you may choose exactly what this feature will be. I have a few ideas but I cannot decide on one; so I decided that you should choose. Continue reading
It is easy to lose myself in a magic that is otherworldly, for this world holds no charm compared to that of my mind.
Ever since I was a little child, I have always lived with half of me in this world and the other half lost in my thoughts. Imagination was my biggest friend and the worlds I conjured up were always better than anything this world could be. As I was setting up to click pictures for this post, those feeling of wonder that surrounded my childhood came rushing back to me. As we grow up, we forget to keep that awe and fascination alive inside of us, we lose the sense of wonderment that gives magic to life. Continue reading
Every cup of tea is an amazing, imaginary, heavenly journey!
Hello dear reader. I had a nice little post planned for today since I’m trying to post regularly every week. But sadness related things happened (college coursework) and I am here instead with a little update that I had promised some weeks ago.
Tropical Fruit iced tea
Nothing beats a classic cup of tea.
Hello dear reader, today’s post is going to be short and sweet, but addressing a timeless classic – Earl Grey tea. Possibly the very first tea to have introduced the practice of blending flavours into tea, Earl Grey was brought to Britain from China by an envoy for Lord Charles Grey. Continue reading
I like my tea strong & with a whole lot of whimsy!
Most days we wake up to a cup of tea, either green or black or with a whole lot of milk. And then some days we just float along dreamily with aromatic tea experiences that come and go on a whim. I, for one, am quite kaleidoscopic in my temperament. I mostly remain sensible, but then I suddenly realise that life is quite boring without a little madness, and then I find that I simply must make myself some sort of exotic concoction to match my mood. Continue reading
Welcome the morning with a cup of tea, and the rest of the day will welcome you.
Greetings, dear reader. I know I’ve been gone long, but I’m back with some brilliant plans for this blog and my tea life! As I mentioned in my last post, I was busy with examinations, and one thing that really carried me through those days was tea. Although I am an avid tea drinker, I wanted to get into the habit of having green tea every morning. Not only is it very beneficial for health, it is quite refreshing too! Continue reading
“All I really want to do is spend my life travelling the world, reading books that take my breath away, drinking all kinds of tea and occasionally writing something.”
Here’s the thing about dreamers, their hearts and souls are forever restless. And so is the case with me. I don’t know who wrote the above quote, but I have never read something that describes my desires quite so well. It is the definition of bliss for me.
I was gripped by a particularly strong sense of wanderlust while sipping some tropical fruit tea the other day. This tea, by Lipton was another little present from my sister. The name is aptly given, since you can really taste the tropics in this sweet and mellow tea. It was a bittersweet experience for me, because although I immensely enjoyed the tea, the intense yearning for the gypsy life left me a little low. Here I am, wishing to travel and read and float through life, and what I really must do is prepare for exams. Continue reading