1927 Tasting Notes
Oooh, it tastes like a vanilla chai cake. Yummy!
I’m having it with (surprise) almond milk. It goes well.
Yum yum yum.
(FYI to everyone with my address, I’m going to be moving May 15. Yes, this is lots of warning, I’m doing this on purpose! I just got a surprise package today!)
I got my Bellocq samples from fuzzypeachkin and CrowKettle! YAY!
Of course I’m having the assam first.
It’s nice. Really smooth. Really doesn’t need anything added to it (and I do like adding things to my tea). It’s a very sweet assam. IDK. Descriptive words are escaping my brain.
I made this up and took it to gaming yesterday.
It was OK. Not something I’d buy again due to the fact that I’m not a huge fan of iced black teas (except at lunch during the summer, which is really limiting).
Steeped and flash chilled. Made ~2 litres (8 cups, whatever that is). Added 1 tbsp sugar.
(Oh gods, so much sugar yesterday. So. Much. Next time? I need to not snack because wow. Caramel popcorn is my nemesis.)
This is a really quite good coconut oolong. I still prefer the one I get from SOKO, because that one is even more floral oolongy with baked coconut flavours.
However, this is a good, slightly less expensive alternative. Definitely something to consider throwing into a future order! I’ll have to see how this one cold steeps, too. :)
Thanks, Cavocorax! (I swear I’ve tried this before, but no note? IDK. My mind is so lost right now.)
So this one came to me from MissB who got it from Angrboda. :)
It was labelled “herbal” so I dumped it into a basket last night… then decided it looked weird and checked it out on steepster. Mate. Of course.
So I’m having it this morning instead. It’s a green mate. I much much prefer them roasted.
But now that it’s been sitting around for a while, it tastes more like lemongrass. I can get behind that.
Thanks for sharing the tea, MissB, but it’s not really for me.