Thank God for Tea! What would the world do without Tea, How did it exist? I am glad I was not born before Tea’… I am not alone in enjoying, a beautiful brew
The festival of taking afternoon tea, restorative in every way, is one the most enduring of the symbols of a leisurely Victorian lifestyle still practiced today
With an assorted assemblage of porcelain wares being used for the tea ceremony in England imports of tea alone multiplied some forty times between 1723 and 1830
Chinese ceramics became known to the wider world from the Tang Dynasty (618- 907) onward; the word ‘China’ eventually becoming the generic name for porcelain
21st-century readers can immerse themselves in Thomas Jefferson’s mind and in the American dream in his library, within the Library of Congress at Washington DC
In the 18th century books about what was beautiful and right inspired those founding a new Rome in America to have a vision of liberty freedom & justice for all
Taking tea with Jane Austen is all about stylish good behaviour, propriety and pleasure all coming together in an ultimate blend we would surely all enjoy.