Monday
Jul122010

FAVORITE TEA

I will try to publish posts on a regular basis. I will set up a blogging schedule similar to what I have described on my EGO blog and commented on ProBlogger. At the same time, I will "fail" now and then due to "stuff" popping up... [Editor's note: Do you like Genmai Cha green tea with rice and popcorn?]

My favorite tea is Assam black tea with milk. Please add your favorites in the comment section.

 

Monday
Jul122010

BROOKLYN TEMPLATE WITH PAISLEY STYLE

What do think about the Brooklyn template with an edited version of the paisley style? I like that I have "total creative control" of the blog design.

From Answers.com:

Imports from the East India Company in the first half of the 17th century made paisley and other Indian patterns popular, and the Company was unable to import enough to meet the demand. It was popular in the European Baltic states between 1700 and 1800 and was thought to be used as a protective charm to ward off evil demons. However, in modern culture, the youth of these countries have used it as a symbol of rebellion.

(Wikipedia paisley on Answers.com. Wikipedia Copyright © 2010 by Wikipedia. Published by Wikipedia.)

Monday
Jul122010

TEA PARTAY

Have you had Smirnoff Raw Tea products? I can't find the products when I go TeaPartay.com.

Here is the east coast style:

And here is the west coast style:

Somewhat related: My post, WHAT KIND OF AMERICAN ENGLISH DO YOU SPEAK?

Monday
Jul122010

GOT TEA PARTY

This site does not belong to a political party or the modern tea party movement in any form, shape or manner. The name of the blog is a play with words... GOT is the name for Gothenburg-Landvetter airport, and it could get your mind thinking if you have "got" tea for the party! [Editor's note: I got to have milk in my black tea.]

Hold The Crumpets

That said, I will write posts on politics and the tea party movement and talk about the Boston Tea Party in 1773.

Sunday
Jul112010

THE PROPER WAY TO DRINK TEA 

Learn the proper way to drink tea with Sanjeev Bhaskar on his trip to a tea plantation in Darjeeling, India.

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