1112 Tasting Notes
Yummy spices, a great change of pace, but a little weak after having some other roobois chais which are more robust. I think next time I am going to make it with 3 bags for 16 oz water. Not cost effective, but I bet it will be super delicious, because I do like the spices used in this one.
Feeling throat scratchy – hope it’s just allergies! I thought Earl Grey Supreme would help me out of my doldrums, and it did – to a point. I was craving something sweeter after a cup, so I added a pinch of Rosy Earl Grey and mmmmm! I think I’m going to drink this alllllllll day :)
Had this because I didn’t want to bore you guys with another Vanilla Comoro entry ;) and I though it would go well with the remaining butter cookies with chocolate tops. It was quite good! I’m still getting a little chemically taste, but it’s a very drinkable tea. I have about a teaspoon left of my sample, and I think I will mix it with some chocolate tea I have for a sort of “half-caf” concoction one night :)
I needed something good to go with my breakfast (bonus picture of my breakfast:
http://www.spo.gs/RetroCamera.html?img=cIip It’s a lemon curd muffin with coconut shavings I made with hardly any sugar and…olive oil! You’d never know – they’re very delicious!) and the Emperor came to mind. It can do no wrong, so I was confident it would pair well with this slightly unusual muffin. Yup, super yummy, and will provide all the good roasty flavor and get up and go I need for the last work day of a very intense week!