1277 Tasting Notes
I’m up early today, as I’m an emergency fill for one of my fellow staff. I’m happy to help out, even if it is early on a Saturday morning!
I’ve been ignoring this one, which is not fair. Its a decent tea! Its problem is not within itself, but the fact that I’ve had better versions of this blend elsewhere. I’ve got better vanilla mint-y blends in my cupboard.
Its not you, Peppermint Bark, its me.
Friday. Its one of those Fridays where I’ve dragged myself through the week, and this part looks choppy as well, and I don’t have enough sleep.
I’m going to work, so I need caffine, and I just wanted this. So I drank it. Its helping, brisk and invigorating. Good.
Disjointed tasting note is disjointed.
Whew, super busy today at work. Now I’m done with the morning session, and must convince myself to exercise, go to the post office and fix lunches for the next few days. Hm.
Motivation time. Tea!
Its been ages since I had this, and I’m now regretting that, as I really like it. Like Boston, but minus the almond. And, while I’m bonkers for Boston, sometimes you want something a little simpler. Bingo!
Maybe the tea will motivate me to get off my keister and get to work.
Man, its been a long day. I had lots of things go wrong, which is very frustrating. But! After work my lovely boyfriend called and said he was in a nearby tea shop, and could he order me a pot of tea? Love.
So I drank a pot of tea (a vanilla black, unknown, and now I don’t know which one), and decompressed. And it was wonderful. Tea is so fantastic.
Home, post workout, and I have youtube videos to catch up with, and my knitting to work on, and also, this tea.
I haven’t had this for a long time, and now I’m not sure why. Its really good! Almondy, sweet without making cavities appear, and I’m loving it. Perfect, comforting cup.
I went to bed with a headache, and I woke up with a headache. Bleh. And today is going to suck, in a major way.
But, I must try and win the day. So I needed a good tea. My little package of this sung out to me, and its delicious.
One of the “squashier” pumpkin teas I’ve had, not just a mishmash of pumpkin pie spice. But the truly amazing part is the crispy note of sugar, like the top of a crème brulee. Its amazing.
Ooof. Hello Steepster, I’m back!
Its been a very busy first weekend of the year, and a lot of fun, I’m pleased to say. I’ve got a lot of backlogs to write.
I started today off with this, which remains a light and delightful treat. I’m loving it all. I needed a break from the holiday flavors, and this delivered, being clean and fresh and good.
I’m gonna miss it when its gone.