In Purrsuit of Flavours….August

Tea time Tyebe.  Great!   I want to thank our co-hosts Phenny and Nellie for their contributions and if you want to read their post about tea click on Easyblog and scoot on over.

We are joining  Sandee and Comedy Plus for Wordless Wednesday. So click on her name or the badge to be danced across the blogosphere and to her joint.


The best thing we can do is start our ice tea right away. Which tea did you choose, Shoko? I chose Chamomile tea as the taste is light Did you know it was part of the dandelion family, Tyebe?   Well, no Big sis.  Chamomile is also calming and relaxing.  Whatever Shoko!  We’re not selling the stuff for butt’s sake.                                                         

I consider ,myself  told, Tyebe.  On with the recipe.

You want about 4 cups of water, boil and make  Chamomile tea,                                              Let the tea sit and steep for 15 minutes.
Put tea in the fridge to cool.
We gave our tea 3 squirts of lime juice and about 4 tablespoons of orange juice.

We got yucky pictures. So I’m just going to show the glass of Ice TeaWait, I have a special ingredient for the tea, Shoko.  It doesn’t need fruit TyebeTyebe tells Shoks to look onto the deck,  Shoko obliges and let’s out a strangled mew! Shoko runs outside to confirm what she saw.

Yep I’t’s a dead mouse.

No way is that mouse getting anywhere near our Ice Tea Then we could call it (M)ice Tea…..the main ingredient is mouse.   mol, mol It’s a big mouse, Tyebe and wouldn’t look nice sticking out of the jug.  I really think the peeps would run away.   Run down to the Kit Kat Klub and see if they could use it. I like that idea.  I’ll do that after we sign off.

Here is our masterpiece and it even tastes refreshing,

                                                  BONEY PETITE

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35 thoughts on “In Purrsuit of Flavours….August

  1. Meezer'sMews&TerrieristicalWoofs

    Mice tea?? oh oh! Maybe another day…LOL!

    I have chamomile tea here, maybe I will try that ‘recipe’! It sounds refreshing. II didn’t think one would add lime and orange to that herbal tea…learn something new every day…or night, as it is the wee hours here…

    Tell your Mom to try Rooibos tea mixed with Hibiscus tea and Honeybush tea…all are helpful teas, revitalizing and healthy too. I mix those together every day, add lemon juice and some sweetness and its good, cold or hot. Health food stores should have them…our Walmart does, but I don’t know if the Canadian ones do.


  2. onespoiledcat

    Gosh mice-tea sounds pretty darn tasty to me but I have a feeling my Mom would prefer the end product of your tea-making effort with plain Camomile WITHOUT mouse!

    Hugs, Teddy


  3. Sandee

    Lots of wonderful tea ideas today.

    I love the last graphic the best. That’s the way of kitties. I laughed out loud.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. Scritches all around and a hug to mom. ♥



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