Teapot for Two

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July 15, 2008 by Evin

Last evening, we ventured out to pick up groceries to make a proper dinner to celebrate Bastille Day. In our travels around town, we also found a teapot at Dunnes! I am thrilled to have one and first thing this morning I made a pot of tea. I am enjoying a cuppa now with a little champagne rhubarb yogurt. I suspect it may be marketed as a dessert yogurt, but am having it for breakfast anyway.

I chose a box of Barry’s Tea at the store, but was confused my the different blends. There was a Gold Blend and a Green Blend, but the green was not green tea as I know it. I ended up going with the Classic Blend. Each box had a description on the side of the occasion worthy of that tea. The Classic Blend is for special occasions. I will consider waking up every morning in Ireland with a husband I love to be a special enough occasion.

Photo by Studio Porto Sabbia. Unlimited Stock Photos at 123RF

Photo by Studio Porto Sabbia. Unlimited Stock Photos at 123RF


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