Tea Time Magazine is one of our favorite resources for tea inspiration. Along with their large and loyal following, we expect you’ll agree!
With Springtime in our thoughts, please allow us to direct your attention to Tea Time’s article for a bird themed tea table. It includes slideshows showcasing three different ways to decorate: Classically Elegant, Playfully Childlike and Casually Refined.
Birds of a Feather by Angie Brown
Birds of a Feather by Angie Brown.
If you don’t subscribe to Tea Time Magazine, we highly recommend it for interesting articles, delicious recipes, inspiration and lots of extras! You can subscribe, give a gift subscription (a great tea gift that keeps on giving) or receive the Tea Time Newsletter at TeaTimeMagazine.com.
Our Tip: If you can afford a subscription to Tea Time Magazine, it is well worth the money as a resource that you’ll continually reference and share. Otherwise, get the Newsletter and check out the website! They’re free and the website has many wonderful resources like these recipes for Salmon Mousse Tea Sandwiches and Apple-Pomegranate Gellies.
Apple-Pomegranate Gellies shown with Pear-Walnut Gellies
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A great article on cold-brewing tea and coffee from The Curious Cook, The New York Times. See it on Scoop.it – All About Tea
Cold-brewed teas and coffees tend to contain less caffeine and less acid than their hot counterparts. And, of course, they taste different… on www.nytimes.com.
See on Scoop.it – All About Tea
Recipes for Style: Sun Tea by LuWanna Johnson
Here’s how to make Sun Tea – even in NYC! Includes Sun Tea recipe and Simple Syrup recipe.
See on www.cecinewyork.com
When suffering through the hot days of Summer, nothing is more refreshing to me than an icy glass of Lemonade Tea, also known as the Arnold Palmer. It’s easy to make and I’ve never known a tea drinker who turned down a glass.
Some serve this tea drink already mixed in a 50/50 proportion like the recipe below. Others bring separate pitchers of lemonade and tea to the table, then let their guests create their own mix according to preference. Either way, it’s a winning drink!
Lemonade Tea Makes 2 quarts.
4 cups prepared lemonade
4 cups prepared strong black tea
Lemon slices or wedges
Fresh mint leaves, optional
1. In a large pitcher, pour tea into lemonade and refrigerate until ready to serve.
2. When serving, pour over ice and garnish with lemon slices and mint leaves.
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