July Wrap Up!

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Did real life keep you away from Brown Books & Green Tea this month? No worries! July has been an absolutely crazy month for me, so I hope you all have been satisfied with quality instead of quantity. Here’s the July Wrap-Up!

Teas I’ve been obsessed with:

Ginger Beer from David’s Tea: I haven’t tried this yet, but I’m so excited! Ginger beer is my favorite beverage– alcoholic or no. I love the harsh bite in the back of my throat when I drink it, so I’m hoping I get a little bit of that in this tea.

Coconut Cream Pie from David’s Tea: This might be way too sweet for me, but since coconut cream pie is up there on my list of desserts, I knew I had to give it a try. A friend of mine bought some, and I stole a bit. I’ll let you know how it tastes!

Oolong Orange Blossom: I mentioned this tea last month, but I used it for the 4th of July to make a great bourbon cocktail! Details were posted up on my Instagram page,

but here they are for those that missed it:

bourbon tea

Bookish:

Diverse Book Blogger Features:

This was an AMAZING month for blogger features– definitely two of my best interviews thus far!

Guest Posts:

Pro Tip: If you’d like me to do a guest post for your blog, just drop me a message on the ‘Contact’ page! I’m always willing, especially if you give me a few weeks’ notice. 

 

As you can see, July was a rather low key month here at Brown Books & Green Tea– but there’s a lot on the horizon. August is going to be a great month, because I’m planning a 1 year anniversary relaunch! Then, I’ll be spending the month wading through Zora Neale Hurston’s extensive bibliography, so stay tuned for some great reviews and reflections!  Let me know if there are any works I should start with! 

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4 Comments

  1. Looking forward to August – congrats on one year! Also, Coconut Cream Pie tea sounds intriguing. I’m a big fan of that particular dessert. 🙂

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    1. I LOVE coconut cream pie. Its one of my dirty little secrets, since dairy and I don’t get along.

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  2. Thanks for sharing that link to David’s Tea. I’m so going there next weekend to try some new flavored teas. I’ve never heard of a coconut cream pie tea before. I usually stick to just the herbs — mint, rosemary — or try the flowers — jasmine, hibiscus.
    The Happy Kombucha looks pretty good too with the mango and pineapple.

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    1. Honestly… I’d never heard of it either. I’m kind of like you, where I prefer to stick with conventional types of tea (usually some with a health property, or ones I have fond memories of). I’ll let you know how it is! Also… I love kombucha– I’m trying to get my boyfriend to try some, too

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