I actually stumbled onto it by accident at the tea shoppe. As I was checking out, I glanced down at the counter and saw the listing of the new and featured teas, most of which I'd sampled and looked at already. Then something caught my eye.
"Hibiscus?" I asked, looking up at the Tea-Crack-Dealer. "I didn't see that on the shelf?"
She shifted her eyes and smirked, conspiratorially. "I've got it back here, behind the counter." She leaned down and pulled out a silver canister, removing the lid and sliding it my way as if she were sliding a bag of priceless diamonds. "Take a look. Smell it. I can brew you a sample, if you like?"
See, my friends? That's how they hook you. They show you the good stuff, offer you a sample, and then you're a prisoner for life.
But just LOOK at this amazing, beautiful tea?
|Yes, that is my hand.|
|My garden is in full bloom, too. Look! They match! D'awww.|
Tea of the Day: Organic Hibiscus
Teatime Topic: Everyone has a Learn-To List, even if it's not written down on paper. Tell me about something that you want to learn. Cook? Run a marathon? Knit? Paint? Speak a new language? And, what's stopping you from learning it?