I like to drink Country Peach Passion Herbal Tea and Hot Chocolate when I craft!
Do you like to drink tea when you craft?
If so, what kind of tea do you drink?
Is it herbal?
If you don’t drink tea when you craft, do you drink anything else?
Do you not drink anything when you craft?
What craft(s) do you usually do when drinking your tea/other drink?
I usually crochet when I drink tea/hot cocoa! I might knit a little too
I look forward to hearing what teas/drinks you like!
Mostly drink water. Coffee in the mornings. Random tea for a treat. Really should drink it more, or instead. Have tried some pine needle teas lately. (research the types and id of trees first). Spruce was my favorite so far.
I am, too! Here’s a tip: If you ever want to drink something when working on a project, I would suggest using one of those travel mugs so there’s less of a risk of spilling stuff on your project! That’s what I do
I sometimes feel like that, too! That’s why I use the travel mug
Yes, definitely try it out, you’ll love it!! I always think I’m going to spill something on my way up the stairs or when I’m walking around when I have an open cup, but travel mugs solve it all! I started doing it when I really wanted my drink to stay warm for a long time and I was doing many things around the house if I forgot about my drink then (hopefully!) it would still be warm when I remembered it!
Ooh very tropical! But I will say that I’ve never liked regular Green Tea before, so I’m not sure if I’d like it or not But I do love Mango!
What’s White Chocolate Pumpkin Spice? I looked it up and “White Chocolate Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate” came up, is that what you’re talking about? It sounds really good but I’ve never heard of it before
Its funny because the idea of hot coffee or tea when I knit in the mornings is so picture perfect, but reality is I knit so many rows the drink gets cold. I literally sip twice work then reheat and repeat.
It’ll take me over an hour to get half way done with a cup lol. But I love all fruity herbal teas with a little honey. There’s a local shop that has hand blended leaves, I prefer those over bagged tea.