201 Tasting Notes
Finally, a lazy Sunday afternoon. Long week.
This tea is delightful. I get fruity and honey notes with each sip. There’s also a bit of smokiness to it.
Time for a second steep :)
Spicy sweet sipdown. My only sipdown for this Saturday since it was such a busy day.
Spicy vanilla deliciousness. Sadly, I can’t taste the ginger because the cinnamon overtakes it. This tea is quite sweet without adding any sweeteners. I may add a bit of milk to make it more decadent. I could use that this evening. Feeling quite exhausted. Is 8 pm too early to go to sleep?!?
This is hitting the spot this morning. I’m leading a Confirmation retreat with 7 kids today. I’ll be away from my tea stash all day. This was the tea I chose to bring with me for the day. So glad I did. Green teas, oolongs, and pu-erhs are quickly becoming my go to teas. I used to only drink black teas :)
Okay, time to start thinking about prevenient grace and the Wesleyan Quadrilateral :)
A practically magical tea while watching Practical Magic.
My new favorite snack is edamame. It’s green, healthy, and delicious.
At first sniff of this tea, I was worried I had dropped a bean or 2 into my cup. It smells almost identical to my edamame. Can this be true?? Liquid edamame?? I am amazed at how much it even tastes like it too. How intriguing.
I think I just found another staple for my tea cabinet!
Smokey, crisp and delightful :)
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This tea has to be the most beautiful tea I’ve ever had the pleasure of tasting. On top of the aesthetic appeal of it, the taste is delicately floral and fruity. Perfectly blended. I think it would be wonderful iced too.
If I’m ever blessed to marry, I’ll want to have this as a favor on the tables.