Photo by Salt Water New England

Sunday, March 14, 2021

Always Food in the Workspace...

Photos by Salt Water New England


16 comments:

  1. Where are the toast and marmalade? All I see are a teapot, teacups and various things to add to tea.

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  2. Beautiful. A tea break is a wonderful gift to yourself each day.

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  3. An inviting workplace. What brand of computer is that? Thanks.

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  4. One of my favorite sets of dishes..Spode's Blue Gloucester, right? I yearn for an afternoon break and having a cup of tea at my desk, but alas the older I get, the more sensitive I am to caffeine after midday. Nice to dream about, though!

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    1. There’s a good selection of decaffeinated teas available these days from most well-known makers as well as supermarket own brands. Try Twinings decaf English Breakfast, which is good. Twinings have an Amazon store, if that helps.

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    2. Thank you. Something to consider!

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    3. Upton Tea has excellent decaffeinated black teas. My favorite is the Irish Breakfast Tea.

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  5. What a lovely tea service! What is the pattern called, please? My wife (a confirmed tea drinker) would love it.

    Best Regards,

    Heinz-Ulrich

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  6. I've been working from home for the last year. It's been so nice to be able to have a real pot of tea during the work day and a cocktail when I work late. I'll miss it when I go back to the office.

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  7. Simply perfect! Thank you so very much!

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  8. I must say your workspace is much tidier and more dainty than mine. Good for you!

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  9. I love the mix of the antique with the modern. A comfortable workspace indeed.

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  10. How lovely and very civilised! :)
    I have a small (read 'cozy') home space, and my work desk is also tiny, but I manage to keep my tea tradition to sooth my pandemic-frazzled nerves! If you like a very refined black tea, I highly recommend the 'Silver Tips Imperial' full-moon hand-harvested (as in harvested under full moonlight), semi-fermented Oolong tea from Makabairi (directly from the slopes of the Himalayas). It's a bit pricey and not always available, hence rare, but it is so worth it! I must admit that I do take out my Royal Crown Derby set when I do have it as a special mood-lifting treat (that's different from my more mundane Yorkshire Tea).

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