T Stands For is hosted by Elizabeth and Bleubeard
December 2021 - Toronto ON
Here's an interesting story about this tea place in Toronto on Harbord St.
Harbord St. is full of interesting spots. Click here to see more of the street along with an ice cream fondue we enjoyed!
We had this ice cream this week, you can taste the tea.
What a lovely Tea House, it sounds so inviting!ReplyDelete
Wishing you a most blessed Advent Season
XO Daniela at ~ My little old world ~ (Dany)
Tea and board games sounds like a lot of fun. Happy T DayReplyDelete
Good morning, you seem to have some really nice tea houses nearby-ice cream sounds goodReplyDelete
I like the looks of this place. It is a nice tea house.ReplyDelete
Tea and board games -That combination sounds like a great idea. Happy T Tuesday!ReplyDelete
I've never seen tea I've here. Happy T Day, ValerieReplyDelete
I like the idea of tea and board games, but I was most impressed with the ice cream fondue from a previous post. I had NO idea there is ice cream fondue, but that cute bear and all that fruit (which is traditional dessert fondue) proved me wrong. Love how you find such unusual places for both tea and ice cream, too. Thanks for sharing these with us for T this Tuesday, Jackie.ReplyDelete
I didn't know you could buy matcha ice cream this side of the Pacific. I had it in Japan (and liked it better than the tea hot in a cup). I did like the ice cream fondue photos. That looks like a great treat and fun to eat. I'm glad you shared it with us. Hope its been a great T day. Hugs-ErikaReplyDelete
Interesting ice cream flavor. I'm not sure that I would actually try it.ReplyDelete
An unusual idea for ice cream.ReplyDelete
What a great street! Yes, I checked it out and loved the sunflower fence. And, I never knew that there was such a thing as tea flavored ice cream. Like the best of two worlds. Great post! Happy T Day!ReplyDelete
Tea and board games? Sign me up. I would go all the time if it was close and someone would go with me! Love the idea of tea flavored ice cream too. I need to look for something like them in Birmingham (our closest big city). Such creative drink finds, Jackie! TFS! Happy late T-day and many hugzReplyDelete
Tea and board games sound really good to me. If I lived nearer I'd visit. I also just read the story that you linked. I think it is really good to provide a living room for people that don't have one (or who live alone).ReplyDelete