This is so true. Find this and more TEAspiration here.
Tea time at the Wolsely with study abroad friends! (: We had a lovely time. The Wolsely’s decor is very art-deco, and the atmosphere feels luxe. Loved both the desserts and the scones (which came with jam and English clotted cream <3). The tea was decent, though the selection was not very wide. Consider stopping by for tea after your visit to the Buckingham Palace (it’s only about 10 minutes walk away, through the beautiful Green Park).
Gift shop of Westminster Abbey
While wandering the Tate Modern, I found a piece of modern art that incorporates spilled tea as one of its materials! Tea really is everywhere…
Visited Whittard at Picadilly Circus today (: beautiful store, and they also sell some delicious hot chocolate! I bought a lovely tin of afternoon earl grey which I’ll be reviewing soon ^^
Visited this charming place today! Great study and meetup space, with lots of food options! Unfortunately, they only sell their loose leaf in 100g amounts, and mostly have fruity, flavored teas rather than straight tea. Also, they leave out small cups so you can smell the tea but the sample cup tea isn’t very fragrant o_o I guess they don’t change the leaves in the sample cup often. But overall it’s very cute! This is the Tottenham Court Road location. (:
Britain is a strange place.
yOU’RE JOKING RIGHT
No, I’m not. It even has a wiki page.
Oh my god.
TODAY IS THE DAY! Flying out to Heathrow at 4:55 (‘: London here I come
just took a big drink out of a glass on the table that i THOUGHT was my iced tea. turns out it was my dad’s scotch…so many regrets ;A; my mouth tastes awful now
More refrigerator tea for the heat wave (: I used TeaGschwendner’s Asian Pear, it’s DELICIOUS iced!!! It’s already so fruity and fragrant it doesn’t need any sugar and it’s got a nice citrusy taste. And it’s such a beautiful bright green ^^. But I can’t wait to be in London with 50 degree weather so I can start drinking hot tea again. *-*