Summer Tea Series: Cold Brew

Once upon a time, there was a girl (me) who could not comprehend how it was possible for ANYONE to drink HOT beverages like coffee or tea when it’s HOT outside. Face it, I still don’t comprehend the coffee drinking, but as a tea lover, I’m completely biased. Examining my own tea drinking habits, asContinue reading “Summer Tea Series: Cold Brew”

My week in books and tea 5.12.19

Books and Tea is burning the midnight oil this week. That’s something I’ve heard my grandmother say, so I hope I’m using the phrase in the right context. I’ve been pretty busy this week preparing for friends and family that will be visiting over the next several weeks. So this will be a cliff noteContinue reading “My week in books and tea 5.12.19”

My week in books and tea 3.31.19

Spring is underway with beautiful blossoming trees and singing birds. All wonderful with the exception of the pollen haze which is terrible for allergy sufferers. Staying in doors with a good book and tea are ways to minimize exposure to the allergens. But when friends come in town, you play games, enjoy lots of laughsContinue reading “My week in books and tea 3.31.19”

My Tea Challenge

Staring April 1, I’m starting a 30 day tea challenge, which means I will drink the same 3 teas until I’ve depleted my supply of those teas. This is easier said than done because I like varieTEA which makes it a challenge for me to limit my choices. I usually drink what I’m in theContinue reading “My Tea Challenge”

My week in books and tea 3.23.19

I almost posted this yesterday but I’m glad I waited because there are a few things that happened I’d like to share; you’ll find them under weekend shenanigans. What I finished reading this week This week’s book, Belgravia by Julian Fellows (click for my full review) was one I picked up for 2 reasons. TheContinue reading “My week in books and tea 3.23.19”