1188 Tasting Notes
Alright, the morning shift is done. Now for some online trainings, freelance work, and my Nanowrimo writing.
Whew! Tea required.
This really doesn’t taste like pumpkin to me, which is always a disappointment in a pumpkin tea. It does have nice spice flavor, and a good dash of sweetness, but its hardly the cup of pumpkin pie that I always hope for. Almost done. That’s good, as I have yet more tea incoming.
Fortunatly my stomach has calmed down considerably this morning. The three cups of ginger tea I drank last night certainly helped, I think.
This morning its raining! Hooray! My favorite weather is rain, by a long shot.
The base of this tea is coming out extra strong today, but I can still find the vanilla and almond in it.
An excellent quick cup, as I’ve got to run out and go to work.
Ooof. I have an upset stomach, it won’t stop churning and gurgling. Very unpleasant.
This is a job of Ginger tea! This is, I think, just ginger in a sachet, and its really good. Gingery warmness. And so, so nice for an upset stomach. I think this may be what I drink for the rest of the evening.
My stomach is actually calming down, since the first cup, so maybe the tea is helping!
This smells amazing in the sachets. Very light and peachy. Lovely smell.
I’m a tiny bit fuddled still by whites teas. But this is nice. The peach as not as intense as it smells, but its there, floating through a warm cuppa tea. Nice!
Thanks Ost and thank you for the second sachet as well. I’m eager to give this a second try.
I don’t always drink a caffeinated tea in the evening, but when I do its because I have seven hundred or so more words to write tonight. Gah!
This is a lovely, mellow tea. I actually like it much better in the evening, as it lacks a serious pop to spring me up in the morning. I like it best on a lazy morning or afternoon, or now, as a dessert style tea, to help with the ol wordcount.
In other news, I’ve got to work on some sipdowns! I’ve got so much tea, and, I confess, more on the way. Ooops. Heh.