tea

Aveda Tea to the Rescue

August 27, 2008

I have the worst sore throat today. The only thing that is keeping me going at the office is cup after cup of this peppermint and licorice infused “Comforting” tea that I impulse shopped at Aveda a few months ago. It’s absolutely lovely. Wincing in pain every time I attempt to swallow a sip — […]

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Erin Cooks the Internet: January 31, 2008

January 31, 2008

As the week draws to a close (thank God!) and thoughts turn to the fabulousness that is the Super Bowl (go Pats!) I bet you’re starting to wonder what the heck you’re going to serve the rowdy crowd of male friends and Tom Brady ogling girlfriends who plan to congregate around your TV on the […]

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Tea and Coffee Trinkets

September 1, 2007

The always irreverent online store Threadless is having a $10 T-Shirt sale until September 3rd including this swanky Earl Grey shirt. Admit it, it’s totally calling to you! Plus you’ll be the envy of all your tea sipping friends. Make your decision quickly though. They’re almost sold out. In case you missed it, Starbucks has […]

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Tealuxe is “Tea-riffic”

August 27, 2007

One of my favorite places to buy loose leaf tea and accompanying accessories is Tealuxe. My boyfriend discovered Tealuxe a few months prior to our move back to Boston. Since then I’ve purchased items from their online store as well as in person at their Harvard Square location, and I’m totally smitten. We’re tea drinking […]

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You Grow Girl: Get Your Gardening Gloves Ready

August 13, 2007

I may have found a new hobby. While thumbing through my copy of You Grow Girl the other day I came across Gayla Trail’s section that details the steps involved in making your very own Tea Garden. Since my mini herb gardens have managed to stay alive this summer I think I might possibly be […]

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Cookbook Review: The Tea Experience and White Chocolate Raspberry Bars

July 26, 2007

The Tea Experience, the latest publication from TeaTime magazine, offers a smashing array of recipes and images from tea rooms across the country that would make even the Queen herself drool (if Queens actually did such things). It’s a bit heavy on the Southern tea establishments (13 reviews to 5 actually) as the majority of […]

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