T Stands For is hosted by Elizabeth and Bleubeard
August 2020 - Toronto ON
It seems I am a little T obsessed since joining this challenge! As I walked along a new-to-me (on foot) section of Bloor St. West I found several tea shops.
...it looks like it's time for tea.
Oh wow this is awesome to have so many tea shops nearby I have never seen one where ever I have lived. Those would be fun to exploreHappy T Kathy
Oh Jackie, I love these tea houses. The funniest and most clever was THIRSTEA. I'm just thrilled you have joined us again and am sorry I was unable to join you last week because my internet was offline for nine days. Thank you SO much for sharing these fun tea houses with us for T this Tuesday. There are no tea houses in Wichita anymore. When I first started this venture there were two, then one, now none. Glad to see you (the collective you) have lots of choices in Toronto.
So cool! We don't have a single place like these here. Not a one! Happy T Tuesday
Love it- such great photos for T Day!!
What fabulous photos! I loved seeing all the different tea shops - amazing 😁. Take care and Happy T Day wishes! Hugs, Jo x
Wow, you have so many tea shoppes near you. How fun! The closest one to us is hours away. I hope that you have the chance to try them all and share your experience with us.Happy Tea Day,Kate
I can't believe how many tea shops you found on one street. They're all darling. Clever names too.Happy T-Day! Eileen
Ohhhh so many fun shops ~ I'll try to get by to post a pic of mine by next Tuesday ~ I need to give them some business so they stay afloat ~ Enjoy your week!
Nice Tea shops. You sure found a lot of them. I have never seen any here in New Hampshire. Hope it was a happy T day.
I've never seen Tea shops in the area where I live. I love puns so Thirstea is my favorite. Happy T Day
Wow these tea shops look so amazing. Nice that you have so many around you.
Oh wow! That many tea shops! And I love the quirky names. One of them sells bubble tea (popular in Taiwan according to my Postcrossing friends) and I spotted Korean tea shop too. How fascinating. And of course perfect for T-Day.I live near Granada in Spain, and in Granada old city there is a street full of tea shops. It's a very old, narrow (pedestrianized) street, and nowadays a bit touristy too. But fun nevertheless.I'm sorry I'm late in commenting. My laptop has decided it does no longer wants to use Chrome or Internet Explorer and I have not been able to comment. I have an iPhone but I've tried commenting before and most comments don't arrive. So I am looking for someone to do me a blog on Wordpress (the free version). If you know of anyone who could do that for me and is reasonably priced, please let me know. I have tried myself but I have not succeeded.Happy belated T-Day,Hugs,Lisca
Wow, you've got a good eye for spotting tea places. Now you have me wondering if there are any around where I live. (I think we mostly have coffee places, like Dunkin Donuts and Starbucks.) Happy Belated T-Day!
These are great little shops. Wish we had something other than Starbucks here! I guess on the other side of town there is a place called The Bean Scene, but other than that, I don't know of any! Happy Day!
What a lot of tea shops you found - in our town it is mainly chains of snack foods or coffee which considering England is famed for being a nation of tea drinkers is strange! That said I am not a tea drinker - it makes me ill! Belated Happy T day, Chrisx
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