There's nothing more exciting than an idea
who's time has come. This is how we're feeling this month about a
number of things. Firstly about our latest product to launch, Tea
& Cookies, secondly the UK launch of Susi
Rajah's* first novel, Heaven.
*if you're wondering,
Susi writes all the words on our packaging. She went to town on the
Green Green tea, even though we told her to save some words for her
| Toast and jam, birds and bees, rock and
roll, everything has its perfect match and we're glad to
announce that after a little searching our Love Love Tea has
found its mate.
Based on our ever popular Teastack
design, Tea & Cookies is another unique idea from Today
In the top tin is 30g of our delicious
Love Love tea blend (including a love note). In the base of
the tin is 110g of the most buttery organic biscuits you're
ever likely to taste.
You'll find our brand new Tea &
Cookies on the shelves of all our favourite stockists this
month. Stocks are limited so don't wait around too long.
me the tea & cookies »
| This month we're giving you the chance to
win the novel that might save you and the tea that might save
25 copies of Heaven®, Susi Rajah's
"sinfully funny" and "hysterically subversive" debut novel
about love, God and advertising are up for grabs. And at the
same time we're giving away a box of Green Green Tea with each
The contest ends 31st October.
to win »
| There's been a deluge of offers for my
copy of One Red Paperclip. Now I know how Kyle MacDonald felt
when his plan to swap one red paperclip for a house started to
swing into action.
I have decided to take up the offer of
a vintage Singer 319K sewing machine
(from the 1950s) with all its bits and bobs intact.
I'm very happy to stop this swapping
here as I have secretly hankered after a sewing
machine for a long time. But if anyone wants to keep
this game going let me know what you'd like to swap for my
1950's Singer sewing machine. All offers
will be considered but remember it needs to be something
got something to swap! »
It's been a hard job but
the team at Today was Fun have been more than willing. Over
the last 12 months we've sampled everything from Turkish
Delight to chocolate covered Italian nougat.
In the end nothing seemed to pair up
with our Love Love tea better than good old fashioned, organic
buttery biscuits with a sprinkling of sugar.
Some purists may call them shortbread
but we'd prefer you make up your own mind.
By the time you've scoffed your last
heart shaped cookie we'll have finished translating down our
industrial sized recipe. Stay tuned and we'll share it with