Tuesday, June 14, 2011
BURLESQUE TEA PARTY AT THE GOSSAMER TEAROOM
Dear Betty over at THE GOSSAMER TEAROOM has posted another lovely blog about our Jitterbug Perfume Parlour Teas! This time she writes a sweet scenario about our BURLESQUE TEA (Rose Congou Tea, Rose Oolong Tea, Rose Absolute Infused Premium Grade Organic Edible Rose Petals and Cocoa Nibs.)
Here's an excerpt:
"...Inspired by the luxurious, decadent and romantic combination of roses and chocolate in Opus Oils' luxurious Burlesque Tea from their Jitterbug Perfume Parlour Tea Collection! With its combination of Congou Tea, Rose Oolong Tea, Rose Absolute Infused Premium Grade Organic Edible Rose Petals and Cocoa Nibs, it is a singularly sensuous experience. I could not have imagined that the flavors of two of the most highly recognized symbols of love and sensuality could combine in such a perfect way! This really is a brilliant combination!"... To read the whole post please visit Betty over at THE GOSSAMER TEAROOM!
SOTD: STARLET ~ Key Notes include Absolutes of Turkish & Bulgarian Rose, Egyptian Orange Blossom, Orange Blossom Water, Neroli, Cocoa and Nutmeg.
Click on link to read a Review or our STARLET on EauMG a Fragrance & Beauty Blog!
TASTY TID-BIT: The word "BURLESQUE," first appears in a title in Francesco Berni's Opere burlesche of the early 16th century.'Burlesque' as a literary term became widespread in 17th century Italy and France, and subsequently England, where it referred to a grotesque imitation of the dignified or pathetic. Shakespeare's Pyramus and Thisbe scene in Midsummer Night's Dream was an early examples of such imitation.