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Hip to a T
“I drink iced tea with breakfast, especially during the summer months. Good blends don’t require any sweeteners or lemons to make them palatable.”
—Tim Mazurek, Oak Park–based food blogger (lottieanddoof.com)
A berry-infused blend for brunch: Intelligentsia Organic Coffee & Tea King Crimson tea, $11 for 6 oz., at intelligentsiacoffee.com
Takeya iced-tea maker, $40, at Argo Tea Café, 550 N. St. Clair St.; 312-546-4790, argotea.com.
Iittala wooden tray, $155, by request at I.D. Chicago, 3337 N. Halsted St.; 773-755-4343, idchicago.com.
Michael Aram for Waterford ice bucket with tongs (not pictured), $225, at Bloomingdale’s Home and Furniture, 4 Oakbrook Center, Oak Brook; 630-974-4300, bloomingdales.com.
Anthropologie iced-tea spoon set, $14, at Anthropologie, 1780 Green Bay Rd., Highland Park; 847-681-0200, anthropologie.com.
Kuhn Rikon paring knife, $10, at Sur La Table, 55 S. Main St., Naperville; 630-428-1110, surlatable.com.
Norway Says for Muuto glasses, $49 for set of three, at Design Within Reach, 1574 N. Kingsbury St.; 312-482-8661, dwr.com.
Photography: (tea) Anna Knott; (all others) Courtesy of vendorsEdit Module