Mock Devonshire Cream
- 1/2 cup whipping cream
- 3 Tablespoons powdered sugar
- 1/2 cup sour cream
Beat whipping cream to form soft peaks. Gradually add in powdered sugar and sour cream. Beat until medium-stiff peaks.
First, most of us like our tea either hot or iced – lukewarm is not so good. And microwaving a cold mug of tea does change the flavor and alter the brew. Since the late 19th century era keeping your tea hot with a tea cozy was simple and it still is today. Green Tea is by far the growing trend in the tea world and green tea is much more challenging to keep hot. Green tea leaves unfurl and brew at a much lower temperature then black tea so the brew tea starts off much cooler to begin with. Covering your teapot with a cozy allows you to enjoy all that good green tea at the nice hot temperature.
The other good reason to choose a tea cozy is our custom designer fabrics and trims. We have our tea cozies hand made by local artisans. Brenda chooses designer fabrics and trims – which become quite a centerpiece for your kitchen and dining area. Yet several are kitchen-whimsical or unusual like the camouflage.