Sunday, March 6, 2011

A green Tea~~TEA

There is much information of the benefits of green Tea.  Look HERE to read about its history and benefits.  I enjoy drinking this type of tea.  It seems fitting to drink this given St. Patrick's day is not far off.  I have some loose leaf tea, which was placed in a cute shamrock pitcher.  The green cup and saucer is from a find on one of my thrift days. 

Recently I placed an order to Victorian Papers for the sweet bread holder.  It looks so feminine.  I plan on creating a St. Patrick's day dinner and found these cute green candles. 

I trust you will enjoy you week, and maybe find some time to try green tea.  I am linking to Tea Time Tuesday with Sandi as the sweet hostess.  Have a great week!

Tea Time Tuesday


xinex said...

Very elegant tea setting! I love the bread tray, so pretty....Christine

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

super cute setting! i really like the toast rack and the green breakfast set! lovely! thanks for sharing and have a great week!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Lynn,
Your tea is wonderful! I love the green snack set; lovely shade!Green is a favourite colour of mine. What a pretty way to serve your sweet bread! Lovely post! Thank you for sharing and for coming by to have tea with me.


Lynn said...

Hi, love the bread rack. The snack set is really cute and such a Spring-like color and perfect for St Paddy's Day too. I drink ice green tea all the time. Just love it. Blessings on your week. BTW I am another "Lynn", lol

Betty said...

Lovely tea party. I just adore your mug and plate. I have never seen one like that before.