Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Autumn Teas

My autumn tea delivery arrived today, and everything looks so good! I ordered my teas from Culinary Teas, a company owned by a list member on a tea forum I belong to. I always enjoy purchasing from Candy, because not only do I know her from the chat group, but she has great quality teas!

I enjoy her 'samplers' the most, as they give me a variety of teas in a theme. This time I ordered the "Taste of Fall Sampler" and the "Decaffeinated Tea Sampler". Since tea is easy to decaffeinate, I don't mind purchasing the regular teas if the flavors sound like something I'll enjoy.

Taste of Fall Sampler: Orange Spice Tea, Brandied Apple Tea, Market Spice Tea, Cranberry Orange Tea, Mulled Spice Tea, Pecan Pie Tea, and Pralines and Cream Tea.

Decaffeinated Tea Sampler: Sencha Green, Monk's Blend, English Breakfast, Earl Grey, and Courtlodge

The "Red Hat" tea cozy was on sale, and I purchased it to simply 'fill out my order'. It's simple and elegant, matching my Old Country Roses china quite nicely.

If you are interested in ordering from Culinary Teas or browing their website, they can be found at: http://www.culinaryteas.com

4 comments:

  1. I wish I could join you during your tea time! Too bad we are so far apart! Hmmm, being the Southerner I am, I would try the pecan pie tea! Let me know how it is.

    Katherine

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  2. Sounds yummy. I just love fall flavors.
    I may just have to put in an order.

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  3. I love a good tea. Autumn is such a good time for it too.

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  4. Anonymous7:26 PM

    I enjoyed reading your blog for the first time. I also have Old Country Roses china and am a Red Hat Lady.
    How do you decaffinate tea?
    Thanks.

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