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March 26, 2012

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Blooming Teas

Amazing how simple it can be to communicate with people and have them understand a certain topic, you made my day.

Susan

Welcome back, and what a fabulous idea to steep tea on a plane! I wish I had thought of that ;)

Herbal Tisane

While I haven't been drinking tea on planes lately, I have found an absolutely delicious herbal tisane loaded with cinnamon chunks, hibiscus, licorice, currants and plum. It smells scrumptious even just with the bag open, even before I brew it. brewed a whole pitcher and drank it cold, although it was hard to wait for it to chill in the refrigerator.

It is called Cinnamon Plum Herbal Tea. It is soooo worth a try.

Jonathan

Is this just Photoshop or what are you using to create such a nice photo montage? I love it.

Jonathan
http://www.englishtealeaves.com

alexis

Thanks Susan!

alexis

Thanks Jonathan. I actually used two apps on my phone: Instagram to take the photos and add filters, and Frametastic to create the grouping. Hope you enjoy them!

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