Tuesday, 12 July 2016

T stands for tea and coffee!

It's time to join Bluebeard and Elizabeth for T stands for Tuesday - if you have a drink related post this is the place to come! 
Last week we were away at our caravan and Thursday morning we went up to Kendal, about a 25 minute drive and we managed to get free parking by the river(which last time we saw it was a raging torrent)
We are here for a drink at Elizabeth's but….my post this week doesn't have a drink in it as I forgot to take a photo of the drink and the food we had - there was a mix up and we didn't get what we wanted which totally put it out of my mind!

The place we went to though, was Farrers, a company established in Kendal in 1819. They supply coffee and tea to many cafes and restaurants as well as their own tea rooms.
Coffee first - of course! They serve some of these on the menu.

Of course if you are a tea lover your tea is in these old canisters.. 

…or these boxes..
….or even these shiny packets!
 Lots of nice mugs and cups to drink out of!

I hope you enjoyed looking here - if only you could smell it too!!

As for me, I am searching for my Mojo - I want it to come back - I have things I need to do!!
This is all I have managed - a 3 x 3 inch mini journal page, well this and few backgrounds that are nothing like anything I want to use, so all need work on them!!! 

Can't even seem to catch up on blogging either….I will try to get to you all soon! 

Thanks for looking, Chris


Valerie-Jael said...

That coffee shop would be something for me. Happy T Day, Valerie

Let's Art Journal said...

The shop in Kendel is fabulous, it's a shame we don't have smell-a-vision for all the coffee lovers. I love your 3x3inch art work, it reminds me of coffee and happiness! Wishing you a Happy T Day! J :-)

Meggymay said...

That looks like my kind of shop Chris, must remember it if we ever get across to Kendal. The mini page looks lovely as well.
Happy Tuesday.
Yvonne xx

catherine said...

I definitely know what you mean about the missing mojo Chris and have just managed to find mine again. Hope yours returns quickly too.
Great pics and looks like a lovely place to go
x catherine

Carol said...

Your Mojo will's just on vacation :) I can imagine the smell of all of those lovely coffee...ahhhhhh...♥♥♥ I'm behind on all things too so don't feel bad.

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

You are bringing the UK version of the Spice Merchant to me. I love it. These types of places always have so much charm. I think the scents have a lot to do with it, too.

I'm hoping your mojo will return soon and maybe I can help with that. Check your e-mail soon.

Thanks for sharing this wonderful tea and coffee shop with us for T this Tuesday. It was a joy to look around it.

Helen said...

What a great shop, wake up and smell the coffee indeed! Love those drawers the coffee is in... could pack some craft supplies in there! Have a good day - loving your mini journal page, hope you finish it soon.

chrissie said...

You certainly find some interesting places to visit Chris-love the coffee place with the wonderful machines and jars.

Nice page to work on as well. Always time to catch-up when you have nothing else of interest to do. That will be never as you do so many interesting things and share them with us.

Love Chrissie xx

froebelsternchen Susi said...

I would love to smell all the delicious coffee from this fantastic location! Wow!
Lovely mini journal idea dear Chris!
oxo Susi

Pamellia Johnson said...

Beautiful page Chris, love the doodle style flowers! What an interesting coffee shop, hope it was as tasty as it was fancy! My fav is your shot of the river, how gorgeous is that!! hugs :)

Darla said...

I think I could spend hours in that shop. The china alone would keep me looking. Good you could at least do one page in the journal and some background pages. Sometimes I'm just "dry" when it comes to my art.

Halle said...

What a great place. Love those tea canisters...
Happy T day....a day late!

Sandy said...

I think your little mini journal page is gorgeous. I like the colors - You know the first rule in art - kiss - keep it simple sugar!
Loved your pictures.
sandy xx

Rita said...

Oh, I love seeing those shops filled with coffees and/or teas and supplies and do-dads. :)

My name is Erika. said...

Love these photos Chris. What a cool place. And I hope your mojo is back ASAP. Maybe its just on a little summer break to recharge. Sorry I'm late, I somehow missed your post. Hugs-Erika

Brenda Brown said...

What a fabulous place to visit, I love those tea canisters. Hope mr mojo returns soon for you xxx