Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Glimpses of Tea on the Road

A quiet tea in the garden in Bruges, Belgium.
Found on a museum shelf in Paris.
A tea sandwich with matcha bread and salmon.
The tea enjoyed with a friend was a first flush Darjeeling
at Mariage Freres in Paris.
A wall of tea at Mariage Freres in Paris.
Yes, I came home with three different teas from this wall.
Cake, because cake goes with tea, in a small cottage bakery.
A cream tea served in the Lake Country of England.
The scones were delicious.  Always Devonshire cream and strawberry jam.
Out on the lawn, I could just imagine sitting there over a "cuppa".

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10 comments:

Margie said...

Lovely! Thank you for sharing your international tea moments.

Laura M said...

It all looks so wonderful!

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Now you've made me sooooooooooooo want to "get outta Dodge!"

Rosemary said...

Beautiful tea sightings! Each and every one would be a joy to experience!

Steph said...

Wonderful!

Jeanie said...

I bet the scones aren't as delicious as yours! Beautifully served, maybe. But not nearly as good!

All beautiful and so delightful!

Tracy said...

This one with the tea focus from your trip is DELICIOUS, Marilyn! Savoring every bite along with you... :) ((HUGS))

Joy said...

It all looks wonderfully yummy!

Linda @ Friendship Tea said...

Love, Love Love this post!!

Teresa said...

Oh to experience your tea times. Thank you.
Sips and Smiles,
Teresa