Tuesday, April 07, 2015

T for Tuesday Achacha/Honey Lemon Ginger Tea


I bought this fruit called Achacha from the supermarket, it is exquisite.


Making more of my honey/lemon/ginger tea and drinking it cold. For some reason in Queensland we get colds more often in summer than in winter. Bring on winter.

Joining Bluebeard and Elizabeth for T for Tuesday 

12 comments:

  1. another one of your exotic fruits that I have never even heard of...
    lucky you Bridget living in a huge garden of eden
    Here's to your good health
    Happy T Day
    oxo

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  2. thank you for introducing such exotic fruits-I'd love to be able to try it:) Your tea sounds perfect-any time of year. Happy T day!

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  3. Again, a fruit I've never heard of. I agree with Patty. You live in a veritable Garden of Eden.

    Beautiful photos of the fruit, and a great look at that tea. I have noticed several of my friends are sick right now, now that spring is here. They are also wishing for winter to come back. Hope you stay well.

    Thanks for sharing this exotic fruit and your homemade tea with us for T this Tuesday.

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  4. What fascinating fruit they look - have you '[met' the star fruit yet?? I met it in townsville when I visited there.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  5. I've never seen nor heard of this fruit either, but I sure like the sound and look of that tea. They are predicting a very bad allergy season this Spring, so I am sure we all will be wishing Winter back!

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  6. Nope never heard of that fruit either! Honey, lemon. ginger tea sounds delish!
    Happy T day

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  7. I've never heard of this fruit, but honey/lemon/ginger sounds good. Happy T Tuesday!

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  8. I've never heard of that fruit either but your Tea sure looks Yummy!! Off to make myself some :)

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  9. Count me among those who haven't seen or heard of this friut. You can bet that I'll be on the lookout for it - maybe it is imported here.

    Darla

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  10. Never heard of that fruit, but the tea looks quite inviting.
    Happy T-Day! :)

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  11. the tea sounds refreshing! hope it cools you, and you can enjoy your week!

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  12. the tea sounds refreshing! hope it cools you, and you can enjoy your week!

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