252 Tasting Notes

drank Lady Grey by Twinings
252 tasting notes

How wonderful. I had this with a bit of milk and agave nectar, and it was delicious paired with a chocolate cupcake. The smell was just like fruit loops. I like Earl Grey to wake me up in the morning, but this would be a great dessert tea. It had a nice tea taste, with the fruity taste coming in near the end of the sip. The only thing I can say that was wrong with it, would be that I only had one bag. I will definitely be getting more!

2 min, 45 sec

This is a really fun tea. Don’t usually drink flavored stuff, but I do Mr. And Ms. Grey. Have you had the loose-leaf stuff before? I keep meaning to order some eventually, as my local store only has it in bags.


Nope, but I really want a loose-leaf tin. Have you heard of the store Big Lots? I actually found a tin of the Twinings Earl Grey and Irish Breakfast, I think for around $3. I don’t remember if they have Lady Grey, but after finally giving it a try, I’m definitely going to look for it!


Oh damn, I had no idea they sold food-related things. That probably means I can also use an EBT card on it, which would be nice. I think there’s one in a nearby city, I’ll check it out. Thanks!


I don’t know how it is for all Big Lots, but the one near me is about half made up of food. And it’s actually pretty good stuff. Have fun!

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drank Jasmine Bloom by Adagio Teas
252 tasting notes

Unfortunately, this note will be more on the aesthetics then the actual taste. I made this at my parents house, forgetting that their water always taste rather odd. Even though it was filtered, it still had this funky salty taste. I would like to try it again sometime to get an idea of the flavor. It was definitely fun to watch, though it unfurled rather slowly. The leaves didn’t break up, as some people seemed to be having trouble with. It had a wonderful smell, not too strong and perfumey.

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