Another year has flown by and Easter is upon us once again - how does this keep hop-pening? If you’re feeling unprepared for the upcoming holiday we have compiled a list of Easter basket fillings to help take the guesswork out of gift giving. While you can never go wrong with jelly beans and Reese’s eggs, we think the tea lover in your life will appreciate these gifts a little bit more.
Sweet Tea Treats
No Easter basket would be complete without one of our Tea Time Treats. Fill their basket with something sweet like our Honey Flight Gift, L'Ami Provençal Traditional Orange and Lemon Candies, or Biscottea Earl Grey Tea Shortbread cookies. No matter what you choose, all would be a welcome addition to tea time.
Tea Mugs & Tea Accessories
Whether your somebunny special sips from the same chipped mug every day or seems to constantly add a new teapot to their collection, new tea mugs or accessories will delight any tea fan. Our new Molly Hatch Twig Porcelain Mugs or adorable Cosy Teapot are a great place to start, but we suggest browsing our entire selection of tea accessories to find the perfect gift.
Tea Books & Tea Cookbooks
If the tea lover in your life enjoys reading they’ll appreciate our selection of tea books including The Harney & Sons Guide to Tea, A Tea Garden in Tivoli, and Tea & Etiquette. If they like spending time in the kitchen they’ll love cooking their way through The Tea Cookbook, written by John Harney and Joanna Pruess.
Pastel Tea Tins
Our pastel tea tins were practically made to fill Easter baskets. Their spring colors and floral flavors make these adorable teas a great addition to any basket. Choose your recipient’s favorite flavor or give them a selection of our best-selling spring flavors. The best part? These colorful tea tins can be reused to make sweet flower vases once all the tea has been drunk.
Fill your baskets with any of the items mentioned above and you’re sure to delight the tea drinker in your life. Happy Easter, and happy spring, from our family to yours!
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