This is a photo of the lovely Thai Tea I had at ThaiOishi, a local Thai and sushi restaurant. It was good and creamy, but it was a bit too sweet for me. I would recommend it to try once, but I don’t think it’ll become a staple in your diet.
… but I’m back to blogging, and I still love my tea. I, also, recently had a tea party for my friends. I made cucumber and cream cheese sandwiches, chicken salad sandwiches, and homemade scones. I bought a few petit fours to top off the tray.
Not pictured is the tea I made. Lol. I used the Jane Austen blend I bought when I visited Bath, UK in 2016. My friends and I enjoyed it, and it made me feel reminiscent and happy.
Each cup of tea represents an imaginary voyage.
– Catherine Douzel
This quote came to mind when brewing my tea today. I realized how much I think about the tea when I drink it. I try to identify flavors or scents. I think about where it came from or who gave it to me. I try to imagine the perfect place to drink this specific tea. I imagine whether it would be better cold. I consider whether to write a blog post about it or not. All of this runs through my head and more, and this quote explains it perfectly because there are times when it just takes you away to another land as well.
- What do you think about when drinking tea?
- Is it dangerous to have a mug of tea so close to the laptop with cats running around?
- Did this post remind you of a specific tea?