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Wouldn’t it be lovely to stroll the Metropolitan Museum, take in the British Arts exhibit, shop and come home to make a lovely cuppa? https://store.metmuseum.org/the-met-x-harney-sons-tea-tin-set-80052244
Harney & Sons talks to The Met Store about their collaboration on three tea blends Source: Custom tea blends from Harney & Sons at The Met Store | The Met Store Magazine
Last year a friend of ours hosted a lovely tea party for several of her friends. It was delightful, and it made us wonder Source: A French Inspired Tea Party
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I love, love Alice Hoffman. The Marriage of Opposites is one of my favorite books. Period. France, West Indies, Art, relations. So, multi-flavored, multi-tiered. Hmmm? Chocolate Pumpkin Chai – shades of the New World and empire. http://ow.ly/i/n7L7d