Good morning Steepsterites.
You’ll forgive me, I hope, for not being able to come up with a creative post for this one this morning. I’ve already done the poem and the fairy tale and my idea supply is limited.
I’ll just have the tea as it is, then. It was really easy to choose this morning. I knew exactly what I wanted from the moment I got up. The woody and cocoa notes are strong in the aroma this time. That’s a bit of a relief, actually, because I was using a little less leaf than I normally would in an attempt to stretch the supply for one more pot.
Unfortunately that does mean that the flavour is a little more watery than usual, but there is still plenty of the cocoa and woody notes in it. It’s just not quite as much in the foreground as before. I don’t mind that. The flavours are still there, it’s just like there’s one more step involved in getting to them.
I rather wish I could make this one a Standard Panel tea, but alas, this is not possible. Not unless a miracle happens and Red Blossom Tea Company suddenly becomes something within my reach.
Those of you still missing the Dawn from Simple Leaf (wasn’t it called that?), you might want to give this one a poke. I think it’s quite similar.