Let’s all raise a cup (of tea!) to the father figures in our lives. Whether you are able to have a socially-distanced visit to your Dad, or perhaps a video call, Father’s Day is bound to be different for all of us this year. But it is still a time for love and celebrations.
Every year, Father’s Day falls on the third Sunday of June. This year it just so happens to coincide with the Summer Solstice, the time when the sun is believed to be at its strongest and most powerful. In the Northern Hemisphere, we experience the longest day of the year and the ‘official’ start of summer. Believed by the ancients to be the point when the veil between the human world and the spirit world is at its thinnest, the Summer Solstice is a global planetary occurrence and a time for us to really engage with nature and the Earth community.
The last few months have offered a period of reflection and connection, so let’s all harness and radiate the positive energy of the sun this coming Sunday, and show love and thankfulness to our father figures.
Stuck for last minute gift ideas?
We have now launched our bespoke loose-leaf tea blends in store, all hand blended and packaged in the United Kingdom. Why not give your father the gift of tea to say thank you for being so wonderful? We have some delicious spicy blends to tantalise his taste buds! Come in and see what we have on offer.
Better yet, purchase this authentic chai tea glass set to gift your Dad the proper experience!
Please do pop into the shop and have a browse at our other Dad-orientated products.
What about one of our handmade Nepalese shirts?
Or our highly unusual antique hand-carved wagon wheel sculpture?
Still need a card?
“How pleasant it is for a father to sit at his child’s board. It is like an aged man reclining under the shadow of an oak which he has planted.”
― Sir Walter Scott