Blue skies. Warm weather. Happy days are here!

just add honey has been a busy little bee!!!

Farmers Markets. Festivals. Tea tastings.

Visit us this weekend (Saturday, April 29 and Sunday, May 1) at the Inman Park Festival. If you’ve never been, you are in for a treat! Inman Park is a wonderful neighborhood lined with huge oak trees, historic homes, and charming neighbors. Once a year this quaint neighborhood opens it’s doors to talent galore.

Potters, jewelry, bath & body, antiques, clothing, you name it; will have their best available for your shopping pleasure. Crafters from near and far showcase along the streets of Inman Park. Delicious bites and all the funnel cake you can stand will also be posted up on a corner.

just add honey has been in the kitchen fervently blending and brewing to prepare for this weekend! We will have iced tea available to quinch your thirsty buds. We will also have our beloved tins of tea for you to take home. And {drum roll}… we will debut our newest and yummiest project! We partnered with Kriya Kitchen to offer tealicious shortbread. Kriya Kitchen has infused our teas to create a sweet shortbread treat. Stop by our booth for a sample and we promise you’ll take a few home.

So… What are you doing this weekend, again?

Inman Park Festival! I thought so.

Why, yes he does!

Earl Grey tea was named after Charles Grey, the second Earl in his line. He was Prime Minister to King William IV in the early 19th Century. The legend is that a Chinese mandarin gave the Earl the recipe.

Earl Grey tea is a blend of Indian and Ceylon teas. Oil of bergamont is added to give it an unusual taste. Bergamont is a small acidic orange native to Southern Vietnam, hence the Chinese connection.

just add honey has added vanilla and flower petals to give you a twist on a traditional favorite. Enjoy!