I had a bit on time to spend looking around the airport in Lima waiting for my plane. I got a kick out of the Coca Leaf cookies and chewing gum.
Stopped by a coffee shop that also sold tea...Lipton tea bags. Pass. So I moved on to the next shop, which had a little cafe in back of the book store. I was happy to find Tea Forte sachets in several choices of types of teas and flavors. After sitting down with a book and tea, I heard a lady order a cup of tea. I believe she may be a bit of a tea snob as well, based on some comments she made- something about "ugghh..people" with a groan (I think she was not so pleased with the Lipton tea bags offered next door, then a limited selection here). I wanted to introduce myself and Irma to her, but after I simply asked the time to open the conversation, didn't feel she would appreciate the intrusion so I just snapped a photo of Irma and she happened to be in the background.
A couple of gift shops in the airport had displays with tea and teaware (smile)
Tea is a univeral drink that brings people together- Bruce Richardson