Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Teasday happenings


Hello everyone, today I'm going to show you several newly arriving items at the Ivy Leaf that I really think you will flip over! I completely fell in love with the new black toille china-oh my!!! It is a must-see, must-have! Also, we have the perfect solution for those of you who may want to jump right in to a daily (or weekly) ritual of tea. It's called, "The perfect start up tea kit" and, "Have tea will travel kit". Both make excellent gifts for baby/bridal showers, birthday, Christmas, house warming, etc. Also it's a great way to get started building your own tea repertoire. Let us know what you think and if you have any suggestions. We'd love to hear your input!
Last week's trivia was about the signature tea of the Ivy Leaf Tea Parlor. It was London Lady! The winner by random drawing was~Tracie!! Her blog is gorgeous and she herself is beautiful inside and out. Stop by and visit her beautiful blog:
My Petite Maison. I'm sending you Japanese Sweet Cherry Blossom. It's a wonderful green tea-enjoy!
Here is this week's trivia question: what tea is stronger than green tea, more delicate than black?
Now I will leave you with some beautiful sunflower photos to enjoy and the newly arrived tea items.



Wishing you joy,
Lori
" Have tea, will travel kit" ~comes with your choice one tin of tea, your choice (where available) of teapot, 4 Ashby's sample teas, the perfect cup of tea teaspoon (free), all in a travel basket. $31.99


new black toille china -gorgeous!! Teacups~ $19.99 ea.


Matching 8" plates~ $8.99 ea.

Matching Teapot~ $34.99



Robin makes fresh lemon curd-delicious!

"Perfect start up tea kit" comes with your choice (where available) teapot color, your choice one tin of loose tea, heart tea ball infuser, free matching drip catcher, and the perfect cup of tea teaspoon. $39.99






Little tea lady
Don't forget to stop by Friday for our weekly Flea Market sale!

~xo~

2 comments:

Tracie~MPMaison said...

Hi Lori,
I have to admit, I have no idea what the tea could be for your trivia question, but I promise to stop back by to find out. I would love to learn more about tea on a daily basis & learning a lot more.

Robin making the homemade lemon curd and the "Little Tea Lady" so remind me of a lovely trip I took with my daughter when she was 5 to a tea room in Mendocino. What sweet memories you've brought back. Thank you. On that note, I think it's time for me to start back up again taking tea.

I am thrilled to have won your drawing. Japanese Sweet Cherry Blossom sounds delicious. Cherries are one of my favorite things and the cherry blossom are so gorgeous. Needless to say, I have lovely thoughts in my head.

Happy night, please give Mia (I believe that's her name - your German Shepard a kiss on the head for me ;)
xo~Tracie

Michele said...

I just discovered your blog, and it's lovely!! I'm taking a guess at your trivia question. My answer is Oolong Tea. Am I right? *fingers crossed* :-)

I look forward to visiting your blog often! Have a great three-day weekend!!

Thanks so much!!
Michele R.(CA)
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