This tea-cup and saucer is Made in England, Bone china and #202/10
(center of the saucer)
I wanted to try a new tea today, licorice spice tea, and the black packet reminded me of this lonely little tea-cup and saucer that I have never used.
So today, it sits out on the cupboard and takes center-stage.
The tea is delicious. If you like black licorice, you will like this tea.
When poured, it has a green tea look and smells of licorice root, fruit, cinnamon, orange peel & cloves. Of course, I added just a bit of honey.
My company today in the dining-room is Annie. She loves when we have 'quiet time' together. She sits so contented and loves the sound of my voice as I share the worries of the world with her. She is a very peaceful, calm kitty and she likes her surroundings to be the same. She did enjoy the family here on Sunday, though. She spent most of the day on Mike's lap, purring.
She is so happy to be an indoor cat. It is -20 at 4pm and that's not fit for man or beast.
My little 'Peach'.
I'm joining http://sandimyyellowdoor.blogspot.ca/ for Tea-time Tuesday & .http://antiquesandteacups.blogspot.ca/ for Tuesday Cuppa Tea