Tuesday, September 17, 2013
On the package it says: "Påtår på gotländskt vis. Ett svart te med inslag av fläder och jordgubb. Så gott att du inte kan motså en andra kopp." Google translate says it means, "Second cup on Gotland manner -[hmmm, got no idea what that might mean]. A black tea with hints of elderflower and strawberry. So good that you cannot resist a second cup." This appears to be the company's website, and here's a link for this particular blend. The Daughter bought this tea for us at Skona Gertruds in Sweden on a recent trip to visit an old friend. How thoughtful! I like it and have had several cups, but The Husband doesn't care for it. Fruit flavorings just aren't his cup of tea. ;)
The cup and saucer is the survivor of a pair we bought in the J. Peterman store in Chattanooga many years ago. It's the Chanticleer pattern from Burleigh. That was a fun vacation. We stayed at the Chattanooga Choo Choo Hotel, went to the Tennessee Aquarium and the Tow Truck Museum, saw Rock City and Ruby Falls, toured Civil War sites, and more. There's plenty to do there.
Join the T party over at Bleubeard and Elizabeth's blog.