Sunday, December 27, 2015

I Need It To Keep Me Warm

Holly and Ivy

I realized that, as much as I like Emma Bridgewater,
I didn't have an Emma Christmas mug.
So, I got myself an early present and have been using
the mug and my Portmeirion Holly and Ivy teapot
all month, drinking Harney and Sons
White Christmas Tea
(a blend of white tea, almonds and vanilla).

White Christmas

When I'm finished drinking White Christmas,
I get to start on my new teas.

Fearrington House Tea

My BGD (beautiful god-daughter) and her handsome knight
sent me Fearrington House Afternoon Tea.
It smells so delicious: Black China Tea
 with carmel, grapefruit, and lemony bergamot.
Plus, Fearrington House Jam:Raspberry, Star Anise, Thyme.
The Fearrington House is one of their favorite places for a romantic get-a-way.
Looking at it in the magic of cyberspace --
it looks like a wonderful spot for tea and belted cattle gazing! 
You can check out the Fearrington Village and Inn here.


More tea!
Liliuokalani tea from Serendipi Tea:
Organic China Black Tea, Safflower Petals, Orange Blossoms, 
and Tropical Fruit Flavor.

Taylor Maid Farms: Pacific Coast Breakfast - Organic Yunnan Black Tea.

There is a cold front blowing through.
I'll need all of this tea to keep me warm!

Wishing YOU well and much joy!

Thank you Martha for hosting
Tea Cup Tuesday.

Thank you - Tuesday Cuppa Tea.

Thank you Bernideen
for Bernideens Tea.

Thank you Sandi for hosting
No Place Like Home.



JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Oh I love the teacup and teapot - and all the teas sound fabulous.

KathyB. said...

That is a gorgeous mug perfect for drinking warming tea this season f wet and cold. The teas all sound delicious and I might have to check out the links to them.

Love your header !

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

Your new EB mug is a close match to your teapot, a good choice for a gift to yourself. Some nice teas to enjoy in the new year and jam for your scones...what more could a gal wish for!
We're finally looking at some serious winter weather coming our way so I plan to keep warm with a hot cuppa myself.

Deborah said...

Oh how lovely. I especially love the cat/heart ornament. So sweet.

Donna said...

Sounds like a yummy tea!

Amy at love made my home said...

Your mug goes so well with your teapot and like you, I can confirm that Christmas tea in an EB mug does taste very good doesn't it. So does hot chocolate! xx

Moon Stumpp said...

I'm soooo glad I found your blog!!!!

Bernideen said...

Dear Snap:
Thanks for sharing at my blog party. I love your pretty holly teapot and mug which look very elegant. Your tea selections are wonderful for the holidays. I love all the special teas. Hope you are doing well and want to wish you a very Happy New Year!

Ruth W said...

I got Emma Christmas mugs for Christmas too. Works perfectly with the wonderful teapot. I love the White Christmas...doesn't have a hint of chocolate to you? Lovely new teas to try, and afternoon teas or tearoom a are perfect gifts! Happy New Year and thanks for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!

xinex said...

So beautiful! Somehow this tea set and your post look so cozy. I feel relaxed right after looking at it. Happy New Year!....Christine

Margie said...

I'm currently drinking White Christmas too! I'm also a huge fan of Emma Bridgewater and aspire to own one of her teapots/teacups/mugs one day. Enjoy your new teas! Happy New Year!

Gina @ VictorianWannaBe said...

It looks like your ready for the cold front with your new mug and all of those tea's!
Wishing you and yours a wonderful New Year!

Karen said...

Hi Snap,
What a gorgeous mug and teapot. So nice to treat yourself! Happy Tea Day and Have a Wonderful New Year! Blessings, Karen

doodles n daydreams said...

Oh you do have a nice tea stash to keep you going through the colder weather, lucky you. Your new mug is a pretty one as well, matches your tea pot nicely.


Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

You will keep warm all winter long with such wonderful teas!

I adore your mug and gorgeous teapot, too.

May your new year be filled with laughter, love, good health and peace!


Vee said...

Sipping tea is a fine way to get through a cold snap! Your featured teas sound very tasty and that mug...lovely! A charming complement to your pretty tea pot.

Sharon Chapman said...

I am so jealous! How gorgeous is that. I am going to have to step up my game... I only gifted myself a couple tubes of watercolor paint. Ha!!!

Barb said...

Enjoy all that tea and the New Year, Snap!

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

What a nice gift for yourself with the EB mug, Snap! Doesn't it work so well with your teapot, too? I must try the white Chrismas tea sometime because it sounds wonderful. Enjoy your new teas and Happy New Year!