Seems it's time for some updates, so I'll be posting a few around facebook on my various pages and in my groups over the next few days for those who have been asking. But here is the biz of the biz for the Sugar Tree, in general, with specifics for
vending anywhere. So I am relying heavily upon my collaborative links on the "emporium" page of my website. When you purchase products through the specific links, I earn a 5% - 20% commission on those sales depending on the company. These are not randomly chosen companies, but those whom I have used several times myself and believe in. Perhaps you will find use for some of these products in your own home or as gifts.
I wouldn't want to say that the poster had anything to do with my decision to sponsor Lakewood Theater's production of Two on the Aisle Three in a Van this season... but I do actually own such a van!
This is a play about the theater from a behind the scenes perspective, "a comedy where the point of view this time comes from the unsung heroes who call the shows, man the spotlights, sew the costumes, count the tickets and suffer through every flubbed line, forgotten prop and missed cue"
Please call the theater at 207-474-7176 to purchase your tickets.
How did it get to be December already? Maybe it's time to slow down, breathe, take a moment and have a cup of tea. Perhaps share a pot with a friend nearby, or you can send them a gift of tea through the mail. I'd be happy to offer some suggestions on blends seasonal or otherwise that you might like. For an easy way to shop on these cold winter nights, you can order direct from my Tealightful Teas link. https://tealightfultasters.com/dawnella
Oh curse you Google Maps! Google Maps tells you to go all the way out to Route #201, and then around, and back down to Olive Street in order to get from Lakewood Theater over to the Sugar Tree Cottage, but I do hope that folks know they can just walk from the theater parking lot across the bridge and Bob's your uncle, simple as can be, there you are!! Please remember that the Sugar Tree Cottage is only open by appointment though, so kindly be in touch and make your reservations first. firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is the guest we had at the Sugar Tree Cottage today for his own sort of "Tasting Tuesday" event. We were sipping our tea on the porch while he was dipping his break in the brook. Sure hope he often decides to take his tea time here at the cottage!
Folks who are new to loose leaf tea sometimes wonder if there really is a difference between the grocery store tea bags and loose leaf tea. And yes, there absolutely is! A fellow tea consultant helped to show this comparison. At the top of the plate you see the contents of a bagged tea purchased at the grocery store, and at the bottom beneath is the Tealightful Earl Grey loose tea.
Note how tiny the particles are from the tea bag. What you are getting in these are "fannings" or tea dust, what is left over from the full tea leaf.
Now look at the Tealightful Earl Grey. That’s how tea should be. We know you can taste the difference, but wanted to show what really is in that tea bag
Had a wonderful time again this year at the Maine Artisan Bread Fair, always one of my very favorite events! The Sugar Tree sold out of a number of popular items, but rest assured we'll be re-stocking those and more in the etsy shop very soon! Thank you all for supporting local small business!
The Sugar Tree is very excited to be offering "Tea Tasting Tuesdays" and other events this summer at this cozy brookside cottage, just steps away from Lakewood Theater on Wesserunsett Lake!! For more information, you may want follow me on facebook if you aren't already doing so. Hope to be sharing a cup of tea with you soon!