It rained almost all of yesterday and though it was cosy walking around Highgate under the cover of an umbrella, we had to seek the comfort of a pot of tea and something sweet eventually. So we dropped in at Hightea of Highgate for some Russian Caravan (we're completely and utterly addicted to it now - we always have to have a box of it at home). I'm usually not a fan of smoked tea but this is something else. I'm convinced it's laced with crack ;)
Keep Calm and Carry Gum ?ReplyDelete
Gosh this is hilarious !!!
I'm off for some time, have a great end of summer !
PS : Yep come to les rencontres with Mélanie and Oomoo and hubby and London next year !!!!!
thanks for the lomo link yesterday...looks tricky! but i think i'll have to try to fix it that way.ReplyDelete
and i definitely want to try that crack tea too :)
I like the flying cow!! Take care.ReplyDelete
haha. skitsmma. nåt ska man ju missbruka så varför inte detta. hoho. ;)ReplyDelete
Keep calm and carry gum. It could be my new motto. And I love the cow!! I have a true obsession for teapots.ReplyDelete
what a lovely spot for tea! i love the light fixtures. And look at that cow!ReplyDelete
That looks so cosy, a really lovely place for a cup of tea.ReplyDelete
that tea service is oh so cute!ReplyDelete
i have to know where that teapot is from? have a nice evening! :)ReplyDelete
ida: the cow creamer is by burleigh and you can get it here: http://www.burleigh.co.uk/burleigh-ceramics-shop.phpReplyDelete
cute milk jug! what a neat idea! Mmm Russian Caravan is so yum isn't it.ReplyDelete
That milk jug is possibly the best thing I have ever seen, I completely love it!ReplyDelete
these are beautful together.ReplyDelete
my dad loves russian caravan and calls it smokey joe!
oh my, if i come to london one day i swear to myself i'll go to this sweet sweet place.ReplyDelete
(i reblogged the cow picture with a link to your blog)
What a cute cow creamer!ReplyDelete
Great photos. :)