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TeaTime • January/February 2022 Volume 19, Issue 1
Tea Events Calendar
Pumpkins Aplenty • Delight your inner Francophile with these lovely finds for tea enthusiasts near and far.
Longing for Oolong • Native to South Africa, rooibos is now a globally popular tisane that can be steeped in much the same way as black tea but without the caffeine.
Begin Your Teatime on the Right Note
Gifts & Glamour • Haviland’s Laque de Chine Gold’s modest, yet striking, lacquered body is sure to stand out at a tea table set for many occasions.
Grandparents’ Tea • Gather around the fireplace for a cozy teatime with fare inspired by iconic foods from the French Alps and served on classic white wares.
Gold Ribbon Tea • Celebrate Valentine’s Day (la fête de Saint-Valentin or la Saint-Valentin, for short) with a rose-themed tea party to show your amour to family and friends.
A Hallowed Harvest Tea • A lovely three-course afternoon tea with petite versions of classic French fare will regale tea lovers, whether Francophiles or not.
A Favorite Combination • The classic French flavors of chocolate and hazelnuts find their way into satisfyingly rich wedge-shaped tea treats.
Northern Ohio Tea Treasures • Tea at the Court of Versailles
Polly Singer Couture Hats • A legacy of luxury and Parisian panache
Tearoom Mysteries • The many flavors of la capitale des Gaules
Tea Fortž • A pictorial history of French tea drinking through postcards
Kintsugi • France’s Oldest Tea Company
CaryTown Teas • A True Esprit de Corps in the Tea Fields
Life is Like a Cup of Tea • How Do You Judge Your Tea?
Resources for Readers