380 Tasting Notes
I am having a morning, guys. I almost dropped my teapot this morning, and did actually manage to slop some of this tea on the floor before I regained control.
And I’ve only got one pots left of it, before a reorder is in order. Precious, precious tea.
Something a little less sweet for my second pot of tea this morning. Funny, that a tea called “cookie” is the one I reach for as less sweet.
No coffee flavor today, which is good. Mellow and nice.
I opened up my bag of this this morning, took a deep breath, and said “oh!”
This smells wonderful. You can smell the peppermint, but also a delicate touch of vanilla. Yum.
Brewed up, the beautiful smell continues. It reminds me of Read My Lips without the chocolate.
This sipps a little milder than it smells, but it leaves my mouth feeling tingly, and thats what I like in a mint tea.
I may have to hunt down a little more of this before the end of the holiday season, as its just my cup of tea.
Despite the Worlds Smallest Tin of this™, I still have a lot! Well, this counts as one that I’m going to work at getting rid of this week. Lots of new teas arriving to take its place.
I love black tea, but I feel like I need to take a break from it, after a long morning of sipping the stuff down.
This is a nice enough cup, and I always seem to grab it when I have a headache (though no headache today), but when I’m done with it I will quest for a loose leaf milk oolong. It will be a little while if I have this sipped down, though. But I’ll work at it. I have such a lot of Black Friday sale tea coming in my direction that I feel like I should work on sipping down the smaller quanteties, and the stuff thats only ok.
I cannot make up my mind on this one. Today I gave it a milder steep then I have in the past, and its made it much tastier to me. Hmm.
Light, and this steeping gives it only the softest waft of bergamot. Which is how I like my bergamot.
I’ve got a fair amount of this, so I should certainly find the way I enjoy it most.
I could not resist this tin the last time I was in Lupicia. It was so pretty. Lupicia has the prettiest specialty tins.
I dearly love a strawberry and vanilla tea. I dont really associate it with Christmas, however. But all of Lupicias holiday flavors are diffrent then what I am used to. Less spice, more fruit. Interesting.
This smells lovely,remining me very much of my beloved Yume. It brews up very nice, a soft and dreamy cup of strawberrys and vanilla cream.
Maybe not a traditional western Christmas tea, but very tasty.
Oh, last night was a beautiful night of sleep. Hurrah! And I woke up to a cold and misty morning, which are my favorite kind. So I have brewed this, my wooly sweater caramel and vanilla tea. It was made for this kind of day. Yum.
This is nothing special. The addition of Saffron is kinda nice, but you need to focus to actually pick it out.
However there are those nights when “nothing special” is exactly what one wants.
Nanowrimo may be over (and I won! Hurrah!), but I’m trying to stay in the writing groove. So I’m typing away tonight, and sipping on this.
It seems to be helping my headache too, always a bonus.
An noncaffine is a must, as I need a lot of sleep tonight.
I like my evening teas in sachets. For some reason, often I cannot be bothered to brew up a proper pot. The rest of the day, absolutly, but at night? Nope, let me have a sachet and throw it in a cup.