Recently while browsing in my favorite antique store - LaBelle Antiques - I saw a teacup I thought would be pretty for fall. It was only $6, so I bought it.
Its reasonable price is probably because it's not English bone china. It's made in Japan.
Also... a friend at church recently gave me a gift bag containing two teas she got while visiting northern Michigan.
I've been wanting to try the teas, so my new teacup seemed like the perfect time. I tried Cherry Amore first. It's a Ceylon black tea blended with wild cherry flavor and rose petals. The cherry flavor is more dominant than the rose petals which is good since I don't care for strong floral teas.