For Your Tea

Lemon? Milk? Sugar?
You may recall a blog post with lovely photos of an afternoon tea from last May? This is another photograph from that magical afternoon. I am submitting it (just under the wire) to the CLICK food photography event. August’s theme was CITRUS.
How do you take your tea?

19 thoughts on “For Your Tea”

  1. lovely and elegant… for me, plain for green teas and oriental blends, but cream and sugar with english tea… 🙂

  2. I love cream in my tea! If it's herbal, then lemon.

    Oh, I have missed you so much! I was thinking of you as school started a couple of weeks ago. I'm room "parent" for 2 classes & am helping out in my daughter's kinder class for a special need child. The little boy is going to be "tested" – makes me feel blessed to have my crazy children & also elevates my admiration for all those who dedicate their lives to education. Thank you, Lori Lynn, you're a saint.

    It looks like I have a lot to catch up on with you – all good. I can't wait. Big hugs & kisses from San Jose.

    xoxox Amy

  3. How could I forget that beautiful tea with the ocean view! Incredible! I like my tea with honey especially when I’m sick. Normally I’m a coffee girl, but I will make an exception,if I can have a view of the Pacific!!! 😀

  4. Oh, would you look at that tea set! I wish I could reach in…

    I take my Early Grey with a spot of milk usually, but with honey and lemon if I have a bad throat. Tea’s a weekly affair, but coffee is a daily one.

  5. I am a milk and sugar fan. Well actually it depends on the tea. I drink tea almost everyday. I love it. What a lovely tea pot.

  6. Love your lemon! It’s beautiful! I’m a total barbarian when it comes to tea – big mug, strong, milky, lots of sugar… 🙂

  7. Thank you everyone!

    That is so interesting to me to hear how you like your tea…a little window into knowing each of you a wee bit better I think. Thanks for sharing. Your comments continue to be a source of joy and inspiration.

  8. Good stuff! I travelled to Britain this summer and had some afternoon tea with a scone, and it was so delicious I thought I’d make my own last weekend. I might have broken a few rules though – I found a load of random scone recipes here and made 5 different kinds! My friends were so happy when I invited them round for tea and scones, complete with real whipped cream. Lots of fun!

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