Make a cup of tea and follow the color saturation of the water.
I'll admit it. I'm a tea snob. I've been drinking tea since I was seven. Unless I'm over the pond, sick with the flu or it's super cold outside, I drink my tea iced. Over the years, my tea palate has been spoiled by high quality teas in England. No teabags for me. I buy organic, loose tea or make my own using flowers picked from my garden. This is the best way to truly experience the flavor of teas and infuse yourself with the best antioxidants from nature. It's not the best way however, to do an iPhoneography mission. It's hard to follow the saturation of water with loose tea. Once you pour the just boiled water over the tea, the color moves quickly. I used the Hipstamatic on the "shake" mode and did end up with a few images that speak to the tea lover I am. ♥
Organic Early Grey & Rose Petals from SerendipiTea
Shades of Autumn
Black & Brewed
My preference is black tea with earthy and floral flavors. I do however, have green, herbal and white teas in my pantry. One of the teas I like to make when I have company, are flowering floral white teas:
The Body Elusive
Pretty in Pink
Now, ponder the next mission while I go have another glass of tea. :)
Mission #11: Meet an imaginary friend.
(oooh...interesting...open for interpretation!)