5.6.14

| Tea + Giveaway | Karel Capek


It is an impossibility for me to walk past a tea shop without stopping to take a look. It is another impossibility for me to walk into a tea shop without leaving with some tea!




I was very happy when we came across the Karel Capek Teatime stall in rather curvy pathed indoor market in Ginza, Tokyo. Karel Capek is owned by illustrator and writer Utako Yamada who enjoys blending teas and creating lovely packaging and designs for her venture.

I love the presentation and each sachet makes me smile! I am looking forward to trying all the teas that I brought back and then regaling you with the taste adventures but I thought I would share something with one of my readers.........

Win some tea (a pack of 5 cute bags)!



a Rafflecopter giveaway


Rules:

- This giveaway is open to international entries.

- You MUST be a follower of this blog via Bloglovin' or Google Friend Connect (see "members" at the bottom of the blog). Please don't forget to leave your name/blog name/tag so I can find you.

- Winner will be selected randomly by Rafflecopter. If the winner does not contect me in 1 week of announcement, then I will pick a new winner.

- Closing date 12th June 2014


LINKS | Karel Capek Tea |


4 comments:

  1. All this tea looks marvellous, love the packaging as well!! I look forward to reading how you got on with them :))) The pancake tea and peach sound lovely!! xx

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  2. We are the same in this respect, Yasumi - I can never walk past a tea shop without looking inside and I never leave empty-handed. But I have yet to stumble upon anything so adorable as Karel Capek. And the idea of pancake flavoured tea - not to mention milk caramel! - has me practically drooling on my keyboard. Just one more reason I must visit Japan :)
    xox,
    Cee

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  3. Nice giveaway and lovely blog x
    @Beauty_Balm

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  4. Tea looks lovely, I adore the packaging!

    becschle.blogspot.co.uk

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