Denise, what is the difference between a freshly brewed tea and tea from a tea bag? Do you mean loose leaf?
That is interesting and gives me another reason to buy more loose tea. The flowering tea in your photos is so pretty. That reminds me, I must try the box of Primula tea that was a gift and has twelve different tea flowers. Hope they taste as good as they look.
Melissa, yep, we're talking about freshly brewed loose leaf tea here. ParTeaLady, let us know how the Primula tea turned out. As you say, the flowering teas are indeed beautiful to observe....
I don't drink flowery teas but that picture is beautiful.
Joan, if you mean flowery scented teas (jasmine, rose, etc.) I don't either, but these are green teas. They are sometimes called flowering teas only because the tea leaves are hand-tied/assembled so as to resemble a flower when they open and "bloom".
Hi Denise, Wonderful piece. I also love tea... but I am in love with RE-USE!!! Fabulous examples that I just posted to our FB page (http://www.facebook.com/pages/ReUseConnection/253021991560)We aren't yet live, but my father and I are developing ReUseConnection to provide a global platform for exchange of reuse ideas and to encourage eco-entrepreneurship from these ideas. You can check out splash page at www.reuseconnection.com.If you have more reuse examples (or if you've written more articles on them), I would love to hear about them and also post to our FB page. Thanks again for your article.Warmest wishes,Ian Moiseimoise@reuseconnection.comwww.reuseconnection.com
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