Friday, October 15, 2021

A bucket list for tea lovers!


Do you like lists? I do. And fortunately for me, reader Diane M. often sends me links to interesting lists and articles about teatime, including this one on "15 Places Every Tea-Lover Should Visit Before They Die." The link is here.

I've been to only two of them so far, #10 and #12, but I do believe I would enjoy a visit to all of them!

Because I like to visit old graveyards and cemeteries, the first place I'd like to visit is #14, Sir Thomas Lipton's Grave in Glasgow, Scotland. (We could explore the Macrae family's castle while in Scotland too.) And I cannot believe I'd never heard of #8, Teakettle Junction in Inyo County, California before. Had you?

Just curious: How many of these places have you visited, and which ones would be tops on your bucket list?


  1. The only one I'm actually likely to visit is Charleston Tea Plantation, but I'd be interested in the ones in the UK also.

  2. That's a very interesting list! I haven't been to any of them, but I would certainly like to go to the Pryanik Museum in Tula, Russia. I have traveled to Russia many times, but not there. And while in Tula, I would definitely also visit the Samovar Museum, since I love samovars!

  3. I’ve only been to one, Charleston. It would be fun to visit more. Road trip?

  4. I have never heard of most of these. You know the one I have been too because I was just there, Charleston Tea Garden.


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