While the Brooklyn waterfront was cold and grey that day, the atelier glowed with warmth and style. I left with the very best tea education straight from two of the owners, Heidi Johannsen Stewart and Michael Shannon, both of whom had worked for Martha Stewart back in the day, something that became quite evident in the styling of the space and the design of every component of the tea’s packaging.
Just look at the package and gasp… it’s beautiful!
Lucky for me, my friend Brian Samuels of A Thought for Food came along and shot these intimate images. I believe they exude just how special this tea really is, pure leaves that are blended to form the most perfect cup. At the same time, I couldn’t help but wonder how some of these blends might shine beyond the cup, in a homemade cocktail or baked treat, and so as to not let you down, I’m carting a few bags over to Paris to experiment with a few recipes.
We hope to feature some Bellocq Tea in our store very soon! What do you think: Ready for a cup of tea?
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