Grind green tea or other tea with sea salt (and/or herbs) and package in a small decorative jar for a flavored salt gift.
Or do the same thing with sugar for a flavored sugar.
Use tea leaves in a potpourri blend with orange peel, dried rosebuds, lavendar and spices.
Make tea-flavored shortbread (or even biscotti) using a few tablespoons of ground tea leaves in place of a few tablespoons of flour.
Make a tea-spice rub for meat using ground tea leaves, packaged in a decorative glass jar.
Make tea jams and jellies.
Make tea and fruit compotes.
Put together a “tea party in a basket” for someone, with some non-perishable things from your tea party pantry.
Use tea to “antique” paper or fabric as part of a scrapbooking or sewing gift.
Combine tea leaves with herbs in a “tub tea” bag for the bath.
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