Last Few ExhibitsI do apologize for the delay in posting our last five visits at the Philly Coffee and Tea Festival. Saturday raking leaves and Great Aunt Lanie's birthday party took priority and Sunday Xyra and I went to Lancaster for the Thirty-One Gifts Spring Product Premier and then over to Lady Maree's for sewing assistance and a short visit.
The representatives from Cabot had a great display. Informative, colorful, and whimsical. Their cow decided to jump off the wall at one point, but was quickly captured.
There were three flavors to taste. Chipotle - if you like pepperjack, you'll like the chipotle. Alpine cheddar and White Oak cheddar. These last two were really nice - sturdy flavor, not too sharp, good texture - kind of smooth.
They gave visitors a few informative brochures - one included a coupon. And I picked up one geared for younger visitors. You'll see those in the recap post.
Which would be your favorite? I liked them all.
These cakes were so lovely. Made by the two women in charge of the display from great grandfather's recipe.
Several flavors were available to taste. We tried the butterscotch. It was moist and oh, so tasty! The other popular flavor was Irish cream.
I was so very excited to see TeaTime Magazine represented.
We love reading that magazine. We learn so much about tea and there are so many nice recipes. It's where we found Bruce Richardson first and now we follow his blog.
They had the several cookbooks available for sale.
A friend was doing a magazine subscription fundraiser for Girl Scouts so we recently signed up to get TeaTime Magazine and can't wait to see it in the mail box.
Tea and WhimseyTea and Whimsey offered a variety of sipware and accessories. Isn't this a cute kitty teapot?
This owl set is adorable! (Do you see the young lady in the background? That's our friend from Kanlo Teas. She was really nice.)
And tea cozies! These are two of my favorites. This kitty reminds me of Lil.
And this one reminds me of her brother, Bagheera (we miss him.)
The Tea House TimesAre you looking for help with tea? Or trying to find a good tea blog? Then you want to check out The Tea House Times. The main representative, Gail Gastelu, for this exhibit was not available when we stopped. Her seminar was one we had hoped to go back to on Sunday, but didn't make it.
She had a few items for sale like this cupping set. It's beautiful.
And she had lots of information. Her Sunday seminar focused on afternoon tea etiquette.
Heading HomeIt was a long, wonderful day. We left while it was still light out. Grabbed one more picture.
Those are our goodies to my right (to the left in the picture). I'll show you what's in there tomorrow.
I really hope you enjoyed our trip. So much to tell you about. Soon we'll start on the reviews. [Don't forget if you visit Simply Good Tea and find something you want to try, you can get a 10% discount by entering MelodyQ in the coupon code section at checkout.]
Note to readers: The Philly Coffee and Tea Festival is a public event. Melody and I went out of curiosity and to learn more about one of our favorite things - tea. Our event recap and subsequent reviews are completely our own opinions - unsolicited by event coordinators or exhibitors. All links are provided for education purposes; no purchase is required.