|I saw this bus pass me and I thought, there's a great blog piccie of Lizzie in rollers.|
|Sue decided she needed some tea at Tea Too........|
|I was really impressed with their innovative display though.|
|The cornice is the bit between the ceiling and the wall - that picture on the wall is a poster from Albi where we visited my favorite artist's exhibition - Toulouse Lautrec.|
|A very casual dinner on a Sunday night -|
(Sue speaking now) One of my favourite shops here is called T2. It's all about tea. Anything you can think of regarding a cuppa is there. From teapots to fabulous cups to strainers to tea blends and tisanes.....it's there. All presented beautifully by someone skilled at making you want to spend money!
I'm not a fan of herbal teas. In my opinion most taste like dirty dishwater.....here's where the big but comes in, can you tell?
This weekend I bought a tisane of lemongrass and ginger which can be mixed with another of Turkish apple and cinnamon....and it is very nice indeed. Subtle but feels like it's doing you good and tastes great as well. My son smells it and to him it smells like apple, where to me it smells like ginger. Go figure.
I also bought one called French earl grey, which is a lot more subtle than the Twinings one I know. It is still aromatic but a lot less bergamotic (if that's even a word).
Anyhow, they cost a bomb, but I reckon it's my treat for the month and a lot more healthy than the multiple kgs of chocolate that is Leon's habitual treat! So tell me what's your treat? Chocolate, tea, or something different?