Tea Time Recipes!

Hello everyone!! I hope you are all doing well! This month’s theme for Bibliotheca is Food! Back in college I went to library near my school and they were having a 50 cent book sale and in that book sale I found this adorable book called ‘Tis Tea Time, for this month I originally wanted to make one of these recipes but with the holidays didn’t have time although I hope to make and review these in the future! I searched to see if this book was in publication anywhere but it genuinely seems it may have been specific to this Western Women’s Herb society you will see mentioned throughout the recipes!

The book itself is absolutely adorable! There are some sections on the history of tea but some of it is not quite accurate, so I didn’t include it. Also I wanted to focus on the recipes in the book since this month’s theme is food!

I think it’s cute that the sweets come first in this recipe book even though the book itself acknowledges you should always serve savories first.



I love all the little cute illustrations through this book.

Whoever curated the recipes for this book was a huge fan of cream cheese, which is fine by me. I love cream cheese.

Alternative Drinks

I am very happy to share this with you! Hopefully it gives you some inspiration if you choose to host a tea party! Maybe I’ll start a video series or some livestreams on my youtube channel trying these out at some point. They look delicious! If you try any of these let me know how it goes!

Drink some water, eat good food, get some rest, I hope you have a wonderful day!

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