100th tasting note!
Apparently we suppose to get a reprieve from the frigid temperatures over the next several days. It’s predicted to warm up this afternoon to a balmy -6C (21F) from the breath freezing -23C (-9F) registered on my dashboard this morning. By Friday, get this, -2C (28F). Yay! Heat wave! Pull out your bathing suits everyone!!
This tea definitely deserves to have my 100th tasting note. I still love it very much and I’m almost done with the 1st ounce I bought. Every time I drink it I enjoy it so much I want to write about it, lol. It’s aromatic, smooth and rich in flavour. It has a wonderful mild, earthy taste of good shou with fragrant notes of chrysanthemum flowers. It’s mild and spicy at the same time with notes of coriander and juniper berries definitely coming through. And then there is burdock. I really don’t know what it suppose to taste like but I definitely detect something else in this tea that might very well be burdock, I don’t know.
Yes, this blend is simply lovely. :)