#1. Happiness Tea : 1: Put the kettle on to boil. 2: Warm your favourite teapot. 3: Add one tablespoon of tea for each person. 4: Pour in boiling water, allow to brew for 10 minutes, while you do one or more of the following: Lie on the sofa like a great big slug. Hug somebody. Dancce like you danced when you were five years old. Rest. Take off your shoes and wiggle your toes. Sing like Pavarotti. Shake it like Elvis. Help yourself to a huge slice of chocolate cake. Call a friend. Listen. Remember the last time you laughed out loud. Tickle somebody. Sit where you can feel the sun on your face. Smile. Be still. Be present. Just be. 5: Stir and pour. Drink
#2 Friendship Tea: 1: Put the kettle on to biol. 2: warm your favourite teapot. 3: Add two tablespoons, one for you and one for me. 4: Pour in boiling water, and while it brews, we'll talk: We'll talk about everything. We'll talk about nothing. Whatever you want to say, I'll listen. Show me your secrets, your troubles, your joys, your profound thoughts and your silliest imaginations. Tell me a piece of juicy gossip. Or your theories on how to make the world a better place. Share a new recipe or an old memory. A brilliant idea or a stupid one. Anything. I'll be said if you are sad, I'll be happy if you are happy. 5: Stir and pour. 6: Drink
#3 Inspiration tea: 1: Put the kettle on to boil. 2: Warm your favourite teapot. 3: Add one tablespoon of tea for each person. 4: Add in the boiling water, allow to brew for ten minutes, and remember: If it were easy, everyone would be doing it. Just pretend you don't know how hard it is. Hold your ideas up to the light. Make a date to do something you're scared of doing. Admire wildflowers. Sit under the stars or on the edge of the ocean. Spend time with someone who believes in you. Or with someone you believe in. Make a list of everything you would do if you were guaranteed success. Pause. Take a deep breath. Plant a seed. It will grow. 5: Stir and pour. 6: Drink
#4 Sleepy Tea: 1: Put the kettle on boil. 2: Warm up your favourite teapot. 3: Add in one tablespoon of tea for one good night's sleep. 4: Pour in boiling water and allow it to rest for ten minutes, while you: Turn off the TV. Put your work and worries away in a draw. They'll keep until morning. Wander outside and breathe in the night air. Bow to the moon. Stretch. Fold down the bed. Place and chocolate on your pillow. Better yet, two chocolates. Pull a face in the mirror. Relax. Watch your frown lines disappear. Make peace with the day. It's almost over. Let it go. Snuggle in to your pyjamas. Yawn. If you have any sheep, count them. Yawn again. 5: Stir and pour. 6: Drink.
This is something that I found in the charity shop I volunteer in. It was a 4 tier tea caddy that once held said teas. I've looked on the website and they make more teas for other things. The blends sound a little odd but I've only really gone as far as drinking Assam and regular tea.
You can find these teas and more at www.todaywasfun.com
Enjoy tea lovers. I might just try one. Or just follow the advice with normal tea.