Monday, October 15, 2012

Did someone say Teapots? ~ Tea Time Tuesday

In Sept, my husband and I took a trip to PA and while there we went to the Wilbur Chocolate Factory in Lititz, PA. They had the most amazing display of teapots from all over the world! I was so glad they allowed pictures to be taken. I could have taken a zillion lot of them, but I held myself in check and only took four. I know. I should have taken more.





Let's not forget where I was. A CHOCOLATE FACTORY!!! I was definitely interested in buying chocolate, especially since I'd never heard of Wilbur Chocolates

Well, let me tell you...they are so SMOOTH and CREAMY and the BEST I have ever tasted. No, I'm not a connoisseur but I do eat lots of chocolate. See. I love just saying typing the word chocolate :) 

So, if you ever find yourself in PA, near Lititz you must go to Wilbur's and get some chocolate! You won't be sorry :)  

What's your favorite chocolate?

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NEWSFLASH: They are NOT Tea pots. Apparently they are CHOCOLATE POTS!!! 

Seriously???

Can you just imagine having a pot of chocolate that big?! Bring it on, baby!

Thank you , Maria for letting me know what I took pictures of. Once again, I am so duh!

14 comments:

  1. Hello Anne,
    Oh, what fun! The Limoges teapots are gorgeous, aren't they? I love chocolate too and I guess my favourite would be Lindor/Lindt chocolate. I find it very smooth and creamy. Thanks so much for joining me for tea today and have yourself a delightful week.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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    1. Sandi,
      Lindt is delicious chocolate too. I especially enjoy their White Chocolate...YUM!
      Have a great week ~

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  2. Hello Anne,
    What an amazing collection of china that chocolate factory has on display!
    They are actually chocolate pots, usually taller than teapots and don't have the long spout, just a small beak.
    Thanks for sharing. These photos will be an invaluable reference for me.
    Hugs

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    1. You're welcome, Maria! The not-so-strange thing is...I didn't even wonder why there would be teapots in a chocolate factory!!!

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  3. Oh what beautiful tea pots! I don't know how you walked away with only four - you must be very disciplined! :) Thanks for sharing these lovelies.

    Hugs,
    Stephanie

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    1. Hi Stephanie,
      Had I known what they really were, I definitely would have taken more pictures :) Who would believe it?!

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  4. Wow! What great pics! Would have loved to have seen them. I love the teapots at Colonial Williamsburg and have really wanted the one with the hearts on it. blessings!

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    1. You keep talking about Colonial Williamsburg. I think my husband and I need to take a trip up there! {{{hugs}}}

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  5. Oh my! I have never seen such a gorgeous and huge display of chocolate pots! Yum! You are right, those would be very large pots of chocolate...but I wouldn't mind at all as I am a huge chocolate fan! : )
    I would enjoy visiting this place very much. Thanks so much for sharing about it.
    Hugs,
    Terri

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    1. Terri,
      I am so embarrassed that I didn't know what they were! But now I am intrigued and must do some research about chocolate pots!
      Blessings,
      Anne

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  6. Such gorgeous chocolate pots! I don't think I could've stopped at four photographs. I love chocolate so much, but Godiva is my favorite.

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    1. Hey Michelle,

      Godiva is good! I'm glad there are multiple choices for chocolate :) Thinking about all the different kinds of hot chocolate out there makes me want to go make a cup!

      Thanks for taking time to come by today.

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  7. Good golly, Miss Molly. I would LOVE to see all those teapots. I might swoon.
    Ruthie from: http://www.ladybstimefortea.blogspot.com

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  8. Such a cute post on Chocolate pots! How wonderful to see all of them. Have a great weekend.
    Nancy

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