What’s this about an earthquake in Canada? Should we be concerned about our canadian steepsterites?
Anyway, I asked the boyfriend what tea we were having as I couldn’t really decide, and he was having Earl Grey. I don’t have any real EGs at the moment, but I have some of the Russian Kusmis. That’s close enough.
I picked this one because it’s one that has been largely overlooked in my sample basket, to the point of me actually being surprised at how full the sample tin still was.
(…and making tea is quicker if one turns the kettle on. Right.)
I can pick up the bergamot in the leaves as usual. It IS a fairly easy note to find. But today I’m also getting the mandarin quite clearly. That’s new, I couldn’t fully discern that before. Not sure about the orange there. I think I can find it, but I’m not entirely certain.
Tastewise it’s the same as before. The bergamot is laying down a solid foundation and on top of that the orange and mandarin keeping the brightness levels up. I’m getting the orange quite clearly here. Less so the mandarin.