Monthly Archives: June 2016

You Can Never Have Too Many Teapots…

I know I’d previously said that I was placing a moratorium on the purchase of any new teaware, but that ruling came with the proviso that I would still allow myself to buy anything suitably unusual or interesting, such as … Continue reading

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Midsummer Magic

We’re coming up to the long Midsummer weekend here in Sweden, and like many other families we’ll be de-camping to the countryside for some fun and games with the extended clan.

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Cold Brew, Mk. II

When the warm weather returned with a bang, I felt it was the perfect time to re-start Project Coldbrew, for what could be better than a glass of iced tea in your hand to accompany those mid-summery moments?

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A Mild Green

The green gunpowder I bought at Whittard’s in York finally ran out, so I was looking to replace it.

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Spreading the Word

The world of tea is vast indeed.

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Summer In The City

Summer arrived with a bit of a bang. It sneaked in through the back door, and caught us unawares, leaving many scrambling for sunglasses, shorts, and sandals.

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