Consume by the fireside or in any other available side.
If you have a cold, don't waste time trying to pick out all the subtle aromas. Instead, focus on the chicken noodle soup.
A tea to wake you up the “English aristocratic way”: meaning that it's time to eat crumpets for lunch and wear your nicest hat.
Sometimes we're ready for some change, but without being quite ready to let go of our classics. Here's a great way to get out of your comfort zone without compromise.
A treat that will make you forget your daily life little disappointments such as: convenience store sandwiches, American politics and "yes men" people.
Sift the lights and put on some bossa-nova music to enrich the experience. Then add a little sugar and milk, please.
Undoubtedly, this tea is perfect for reading in a hammock, playing Marco Polo at the pool, eating your twelfth corn or even an unlikely combination of these three activities.
Eat chocolate. Questions?
It’s a great match with the “Les feuilles mortes de Jacques Prévert” poem or the “La chanson de Prévert de Serge Gainsbourg” song. But, you know, with a Bruce Willis action flick...it's still good!
Sugar craving? Add some, and a bit of milk to this beverage for a pleasant cinnamon cloud.
This Earl Gray suits those wishing to practice their Provencal accent. It’s particularly good with a Marcel Pagnol movie, followed by a petanque match.
Bathroom scrubbing, paying your taxes, asking for a raise: whatever your feat, Key lime pie offers you a reward worthy of the name.