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Sunday, October 27, 2013

Over a Cup of tea ~ Week 4

Welcome to tea my friends. For today's tea I'm sharing tea over brunch in the city.


There are many fabulous things about being in the city (Toronto) - the ability to go out for brunch on the week-end is one of my favourites. And ONE Restaurant in Yorkville did not disappoint.


The teapot was a heavy iron ...


Brunch was divine ... while I indulged in beef tenderloin (perfectly prepared medium rare - to my liking) with rosemary frites, two medium eggs and a side of multi-grain toast; Mr. G. devoured his spinach omelette, bacon, homefries and brown toast. It was tres yummy!


To accompany my delish meal I chose a Green Kombucha Lime tea. It was my first time trying this tea and I assure you it will not be my last. It was smooth and its delicate aroma was so soothing and warming, on the rainy filled Saturday.


Truly magnificent .... 


The teacup was a just a plain white porcelain but it was perfect for brunch!

 Have you experience a cup of Green Kombucha tea?

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sharing this post with:  Mosaic Monday ~Le chateau des fleurs  Antiques and Teacups for Tuesday Cuppa Tea ~ Rose Chintz Cottage for Tea time Tuesday ~ Artful Affirmations and Martha's favorites for Teacup Tuesday ~  Inspire Me Tuesday ~  A Return to Loveliness Tuesday 

17 comments:

  1. I'm a fan of those lovely cast iron teapots and I have a similar one which is a different shape. This sounds like a wonderful way to spend a rainy Saturday. I love to try different teas and I'm sure I would enjoy this one.

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  2. Sounds it was such a lovely brunch and tea.
    I haven't ever heard of Green Kombucha Lime tea..... but I'm an open mind, so I would like very much to try it. I love different kinds of tea.
    Love and blessings, darling.
    xoxo

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  3. Oh what a lovely brunch! Now I think I need a cup of tea... ;) Thanks for sharing your day with us at MM. :) xo

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  4. Your brunch does look wonderful. The food looks delicious and I love green tea! I will have to look for this tea, maybe on the internet? Thanks for sharing, have a happy week ahead!

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  5. It does look delicious but no, I've never tried this tea. I'll look for it, too! Enjoy your week!

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  6. Yorkville is a lovely place to visit. Looks like you had a wonderful brunch. Have a wonderful week:)

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  7. What a wonderful tea! Lunch looks delicious and the tea sounds divine.

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  8. Dearest Celia,
    So glad you had such a lovely brunch together; sounds delicious and looks yummy. That iron teapot is a very special way for serving a hot Green Kombucha tea. I've not yet tried that one...
    Hugs to both of you and enjoy a happy week.
    Mariette

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  9. Love the tea pot. I'm not a fan of green teas, so I wouldn't try this one. But I do love brunch and yours sounded delicious!

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  10. I have never been to Toronto...although my husband lived in Willowdale 40 years ago for 2 years when he first emigrated from the UK. But if I had...I'd love to visit your restaurant choices! Lovely brunch. And I like medium rare too. Thanks for sharing your culinary treat!
    Ruth

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  11. your brunch looks delightful -- i have had green kombucha tea -- delicious. I loved the iron teapot. bring on the medium rare. :) Happy Tea Day!

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  12. Glad you enjoyed Toronto and dining in Yorkville! The tea sounds so delicious steeped in the iron teapot. Happy Halloween!

    Pam

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  13. Brunch sounds delightful, Celia! I like the little teapot and the food looks marvelous. I have not tried green kombucha tea. I'm always open to trying new ones. Thank you for sharing this with Tea Time and have a splendid week, my friend.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  14. Fabulous tea, so perfect to really unwind. Looks lovely. Thanks tons for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

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  15. This looks like a fab tea! Wow, your meal and the tea must have been really enjoyable. I do love to try new teas, but I have not yet tried that kind. Soon! lol!
    Hugs,
    Terri

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  16. This brunch look so good. I know you must have had a wonderful time. Have a great week. Blessings, Martha

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  17. Hello Celia, your brunch looks marvelous - the tea sounds fantastic - I'd love to try it! I appreciate you sharing your lovely post with A Return to Loveliness,
    Kathy

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