Thursday, February 2, 2017

A Little Irish Tea

Loose leaf for land; bagged tea for sea.

7 comments:

  1. Have you tried London Cuppa, water must be brought to boil before steeping to darkness desired... Meyer lemon slice is a plus as with honey or better yet maple syrup granules.

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  2. I got hooked on Darvilles of Windsor last Spring while in London. It was such a fantastic trip, and when I drink it I'm reminded of wonderful times and good friends.

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  3. Teabags are always a compromise. If I have to use them, it's Cupper or Twinings.

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  4. A co-worker some years ago who was from Liverpool said that tea was good for everything from a broken heart to a broken leg. Perhaps. She decorated her office with pictures of that ferry across the Mersey.

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  5. Barry's Tea...The hard stuff! It was not easy to find in Vermont, but now that we've moved to Cape Cod, I can find it everywhere! Red or Green box is fine with me!

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  6. Barry's Tea has always been a favorite especially with dessert!

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  7. Never been much of a tea drinker until I tried Barry's. Finally, a tea with some flavor! My evening cup of Barry's decaf is a must have.

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