Welcome to the latest issue of The Right Tea Newsletter!
Spring is here and Easter time, too. There are still plenty of days left to come up with ideas to decorate your Easter table. In this issue we will try to help you out with a few ideas of our own to get you started.
We will also introduce you to the latest herbal tea added to the website. It is a cleansing, digestive tea that may bring some relief to your stomach, liver and kidneys.
With Easter just a little over two weeks away, it would be great fun to throw an Easter-themed tea party. So even if you don’t have a big Easter lunch, you can always gather a few friends and family around the table and share a pot of tea.
From the tea you choose to how you decorate your table, there are many ways to make Easter more fun. Take a quick look at these Easter suggestions:
1. Serve floral teas
If you are having an Easter tea party, choosing the right tea is the first step. Spring is just around the corner and with a little luck, the cold weather of winter will soon be leaving.
Let’s put away the black teas flavored with strong warm and zesty flavors, such as cinnamon and ginger.
Celebrate the arrival of spring with green or white teas, plain or scented with fresher and floral aromas such as jasmine or rose.
Extra: Cover your teapot with a tea cozy with floral patterns to add an even greater touch of spring.
2. Prepare Easter tea sandwiches
Boil a couple of eggs, peel them when cooled down and then crush them with a fork. Season to taste and add a knob of butter or vegetable cream just so to hold the mix together.
Extra: Cut your tea sandwiches using cookie cutters. There are really cute ones shaped like rabbits or eggs.
3. Decorate using tea cups
Sometimes when throwing a tea party we find that we don’t have enough tea cups in a single matching set for all the guests.
Just don’t let the number of tea cups you have limit the number of people you invite!
Extra: You can also place mismatched cups spread around your table filled with sugar-coated almonds or chocolate eggs. Let each cup hold a different surprise for your guests to find.
4. Tiered tea stands for sweet or savory treats
So get your tiered tea stands out and fill them with Easter treats:
Extra: use colorful cupcake wrappers, filling each with a different type of almond or chocolate treat. Try finding cupcake wrappers with typical Easter colors.
5. Set the table!
Now that you have chosen your tea, made your sandwiches, filled cups and tea stands with all sorts of treats, it’s time to add the final touches to the table.
Add a touch of color by tying a bow to the handle of your teapot or to each person’s napkin and cup.
Fill the room with flowers and display as much color as possible.
We are all a bit tired of winter and need some cheering up!
EXTRA: Tea flavored eggs
If you still need one final tip to feel inspired, why not try to serve tea flavored eggs? In last year’s Easter newsletter, we shared with you a recipe for tea flavored eggs.
Take a look at this past article and learn how you, too, can make this original treat to serve at an Easter tea party:
We hope you have found some inspiration and have fun trying some of these ideas. Easter is a great time to get together with the people you love, so why not make this day special?
Have a Happy Easter!
Boldo tea is a cleansing tea that serves to rid the body of toxins, microbes and bacteria that stress the body, helping to create barriers against disease.
This is an herb from South America that has long been used to make an infusion to improve the health of your digestive tract and at the same time cleanse and strengthen the liver.
Find out how you can use this tea to help you:
More information about tea is coming, so keep on the lookout for the April issue of our newsletter. While you wait, look around our website and learn more about tea and its health benefits.
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