I have always thought that women and tea go together like red beans and rice. For Women's History Month I am interviewing women about tea. This interview is with my dear friend Fatoumata.
Question #1- You are throwing the tea party of your dream. You can invite five people dead or alive, who do you invite?
Nelson Mandela, Michelle Obama, Kwame Nkrumah, Harriet Tubman, Barack Obama
Question #2- What tea region would you like to visit?
Question #3- What is your favorite tea while reading a book?
Assam Black Tea
Question #4- What is your favorite tea pun?
Have a cup of positivitea.
Questions #5- Describe your best tea experience.
Calabash Tea and Tonic. Walk into a warm and welcoming tea shop with a serene, eclectic environment, where their only desire is to heal you with their blend of teas. I spoke to an employee about my current needs and concerns and was recommended a tea to help relieve some of my concerns, which mostly surrounded anxiety. It was a no rush experience, where the person behind the counter took the time to listen. I love their My Last Good Nerve Tea, which is made with organic lavender, oatstraw, passionflower, and natural flavors.
Bre turned me on to Calabash! Tell me next time you go! Thank you for taking the time Fatoumata.