My Mother’s Day gifts included two teas and a tea theme book. Many of you have no doubt tried PG Tips tea, (England’s No. 1 brand). I’m gifted with this tea quite often by hubby - by the case. This time he also included some Brodies Famous Edinburgh tea.
It has been blended in Scotland’s capital city for over 65 years. It states on the tin that the clipper “Isabella” brought the first cargo of tea to be landed in Scotland into Leith docks in 1833.
This tea is a good choice for those of us who like a robust blend that can stand up to the addition of milk. You can find it in 50 bag tins, or in boxes and bags on Amazon. The Brodies website is here.
My new tea book is The Perfect Blend by Trish Perry. It is the first in her Teashop series. The back cover states – A fun, romantic story about tackling the unexpected moments of life with courage, faith, prayer, and good friends, and discovering how wonderfully life changing those moments can be.
I’m curious to see how Millicent’s Tea Shop will compare to Laura Child’s Indigo Tea Room. Although this book is in my waiting to read pile, I did notice that there are some yummy sounding recipes in the back, like Individual Berry Shortcakes, Egg and Watercress Tea Sandwiches, Smokey Salmon Tea Sandwiches and Chocolate-Pecan Scones. I’d love to hear any reviews of this novel.