Category Archives: Holidays & Seasons

Almost every day has some kind of holiday, but we are focused here on the main ones. They are always better when tea is part of the celebration, so we have some great ideas (with more to come, and yours are also welcome) for which teas can go best with which holiday.

Summer Solstice and Tea

Woohoo! It’s Summer Solstice time once again! Even though the unofficial start of Summer is the Memorial Day Weekend, this is the official start – the day that marks the longest day and shortest night here in the Northern hemisphere (and the reverse for the Southern hemisphere). So, how does this affect your tea drinking, if at all? Two words: iced tea. TOOOT! Continue reading Summer Solstice and Tea

10 Things to Remember When Having Tea with the Queen of England

Dating from the days of Queen Victoria of England, afternoon garden tea parties with over 8,000 guests each have been given annually at Buckingham Palace with Queen Elizabeth II carrying on the tradition even today. It’s an occasion for wearing nice dresses and suits, white cotton gloves, and even hats. But what if you were to have a private tea time with Her Royal Highness? There are at least ten things to remember at such a time. Continue reading 10 Things to Remember When Having Tea with the Queen of England

Recipe for Tea Eggs Benedict by Janet Sanchez

A favorite dish at many restaurants serving breakfast and brunch is Eggs Benedict. Delightful, rich, and satisfying, yet thought by many to be too much of a challenge to prepare at home. Take heart! This recipe is easy. And it includes tea! Continue reading Recipe for Tea Eggs Benedict by Janet Sanchez

Little Yellow Teapot Reports: A Blue and White Tea Time

Color themes for your tea party are a good thing. Normally, I would recommend yellow, for obvious reasons. But in the interest of fairness to you humans, this little teapot presents a case for a blue and white tea time. TOOOT! Continue reading Little Yellow Teapot Reports: A Blue and White Tea Time