621 Tasting Notes
Today, I am thankful our capital city has fun shops. (And books… as always.) I found this store while wondering around. Got a sample because it smelled really good. There is a nice scent of lavender, and some bergamot. The flavour is mostly lavender, with hints of citrus. Overall, it feels very… cozy. Good for the season of pre-winter.
Flavors: Bergamot, Citrus, Lavender
Found this while I was looking for The Au Chocolat (which is still missing). More of a Spring tea, but I am having it in Almost Winter anyway. There is a fantastic berry cocoa scent, it reminds me of those Japanese candies. The flavour is a nice, rich dark chocolate. With some nice strawberry notes. Good for this season too.
Flavors: Berry, Cocoa, Dark Chocolate, Strawberry
Today was two day of my pancake experiment. Somehow, I hadn’t made them before now. But this time was blue corn. Sans pinons. Since the batter was too wet, I tried added a little more flour. When I was just trying to make the pancakes too big. After using a smaller measuring method, they turned out fine. And I still say blue corn tastes different.
I’m down to my last few cups of this tea. It smells nicely sweet and floral. There is a bit of a honey scent in the brew. The flavour was lightly sweet and somewhat floral.
Nice for this sunny Autumn day.
Flavors: Floral, Honey
The final sipdown. I am down to the last steeper basket. It smells nicely like cocoa, and little like yams. With maybe a little bread scent too. There is an apricot flavour with malt and other dried fruits notes. Made it a little strong, but I will miss this tea.
Flavors: Apricot, Baked Bread, Cocoa, Dried Fruit, Malt