great friend, great tea, GREAT WALL!

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If you go and visit Grandma you always know you’re going to get a great cup of tea. She just has a magic touch. Is it because she heats up the teapot first? Is it because she pours the boiling water right onto the teabag? Or is it because Grandmas just naturally have a way of making things better, so why wouldn’t they steep the best tea, too.
I’ve always been a fan of tea. Maybe it’s nostalgic because of Grandma, maybe its because my mother used to bring me a mug of Orange Pekoe in bed on days where getting up for school was just too hard (let’s be honest, i’ve never been a morning person) Or maybe it’s simply the comforting feeling that a warm drink can give you. Whatever it is, it has and does always aid me with the different steps of my day.
Which different steps, you ask? Well…
Creamy Earl Grey or Rose Petal in the morning to wake me up, Green Tea after lunch to help with my digestion, Lemon, Licorice or Ginger with a hint of honey to help my vocal chords before I sing a show, Mint for a pick me up instead of Caffeine and Lavender or Chamomlie to help me relax at night before I go to sleep.
I love my tea and that is why I was so thrilled to hear that my dear friend Lauren and her partner Sean have opened up their own tea shop.
It is fabulous!
(as you can see by the photos)
It’s called The Great Wall Tea Company and it’s in the River Market at the Westminster Quay. Please take the time to go check it out. If you’re in the market (ooo… a play on words) for some tea, buy it from a wonderful woman and her man who have been bold and brave enough to open their own business. I admire them so much and to top it all off… Their tea is awesome!!
Make tea a part of your day, you won’t regret it.

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