5 Ways To Use British Bliss Tea For Your Next Afternon Tea Party...

Sep 14, 2013 by

Afternoon tea parties require a full bodied black tea which will stand up to both sweet and savory fare.  Tea Party Girl recommends British Bliss by 10 Ten Living.  British Bliss is 100% pure Keemun tea which pairs well with nearly every food.  You will love it with cheese, salmon or quiche as well as chocolate, brown sugar or lemon flavors.  What else can you do with it?  I am glad you asked.  British Bliss Tea is a great base for a variety of creative recipes.  Here are my top 5. #1  Classic Iced Tea – British Bliss Tea makes fantastic classic iced tea.  If you haven’t read our past articleon sweet tea here is the link Big Ole’ Sweet Iced Tea  . Easy Fridge Iced Tea: 3 TBS British Bliss Tea in disposable tea...

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Big Ol’ Sweet Iced Tea

May 31, 2013 by

              Do you long for a great cup of sweet tea?  Here is a simple recipe to get you going.  Need some inspiration?  Let Anita Renfroe give you a great big laugh!  Enjoy and share.       Easy Sweet Tea 1 pinch baking soda 2 cups boiling water 6 tsp Keemun, Ceylon or Assam tea (placed in a disposable tea filter) 3/4 cup white sugar 6 cups cool water Sprinkle a pinch of baking soda into a 64-ounce, heat-proof, glass pitcher. Pour in boiling water, and add tea filters. Cover, and allow to steep for 15 minutes. Remove tea and discard; stir in sugar until dissolved. Pour in cool water, then refrigerate until cold.  The key is making sure ALL the sugar is dissolved! Add in ideas:...

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Is Tea too much Work?

Aug 18, 2012 by

Dear Tea Friends, I recently came across this “classic” post from the early days of Tea Party Girl.  The founder, Jenny Wells, had some great thoughts on the time it takes to make tea and why it’s important to spend the time!  At the end of this article I have some updates on ways to save time making tea.  Be sure to scroll to the bottom to see my personal list. ++++++++ As a tea lover, educator, and promoter, it’s amazing how often I hear from people that brewing loose leaf tea is too much work. When I began to drink tea at home, I never gave the “work” a second thought. Again, could this be because many, many Americans don’t know the great taste and experience of a brewed pot of loose-leaf tea?...

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