Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Black Magnolia Tea

 Strolling down a country trail on a sultry day in late spring.
Smelling the grass as it bakes in the sun.
 The tea in my cup reminds me of a smooth summer day.
A day to languish by the river,
letting it flow gently down my throat.
 By no means is it bitter.

A light flavor until it hits the back of the throat
and then it sits there, light caramel/fruity, not sweet but romantic.
 Do you ever have this romance with a cup of tea?
Does it tingle in your thoughts like a sultry day in late spring?
 Do you just want to savor the day?
Well Black Magnolia Oolong Tea from The Great Mississippi Tea Co.
is such a tea. I have waited a long time to be able to savor this tea
and savoring it I am doing.
On the package from The Cultured Cup in Dallas, Texas,
it says "This hand-plucked tea is complex with notes of apricot,
honeysuckle & honey." "The best USA grown tea!"
I would agree!
How exciting to finally get my hands and then my taste buds
on this special cup of tea.
Good job to the growers at The Great Mississippi Tea Company.

Linking to Bernideen:


kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

What a delightful tea you've set up, Marilyn, and the tea flavor sounds oh so tasty! I must get myself to the Cultured Cup very soon.

Red Rose Alley said...

What a cute green tea pot. You have set a lovely table for one on a nice Spring day. The only time I have Oolong tea is at my favorite Chinese Restaurant, and it's oh, so good. : )

A good rest of the week to you, Marilyn.


Bernideen said...

Your area is so lovely! Everything looks lush and green and a darling tea setting there! Thanks for sharing.

wisps of words said...

It certainly is an interesting name!

And being a tea connoisseur, you are able to sense all the details, of its enjoyment.

Lovely, lovely photos!

Lorrie said...

You have a wonderful way of writing about tea and all its nuances. Beautiful!

Louca por porcelana said...

Beautiful landscape and gorgeous teacup and teapot...Great tea time.

Jeanie said...

What a beautiful setting -- that photo is staged just perfectly. Now, I hope after you did the photo, you sat down and savored that fine tea in the manner it deserved!

Jean | said...

Marilyn, what fun! I love it when someone can write so expressively about a cup of tea. And your photos are stunning.

Tracy said...

What a beautiful name Black Magnolia Tea! And what love lovely surroundings an extras to enjoy such tea... VERY fun, Marilyn! :) ((HUGS))

Rosemary said...

This looks like the perfect setting to enjoy your extra special USA grown tea. A true delight of the heart!