386 Tasting Notes
Sipdown. Cue the soft weeping.
Yume is a much beloved blend by me. The strawberry and vanilla walk hand in hand of deliciousness.
However, it is a summer/springy tea in my mind, and I’m on buying hiatus. When I do another order, I shall get some yume again. Absolutly. Bye bye for now, pretty tea.
I am actually attempting to obey the laws of white tea, and do a proper temp for steeping. It does make a diffrence!
This is smooth and the coconut takes a staring flavor role. I’ve got a headache so I needed a tea with minimal caffine, and this was what sounded good.
Just a couple more cups of this left. Its not bitter at all, which is by far the best thing to say about it.
Curse you, Salted Caramel! This tea is the most frustrating tea I own, as I can never get a consistant flavor. And its never what I imagine a salted caramel tea would taste like.
A five minute steep this morning has given me a somewhat caramelly tea, but not salt. Well, I shall keep my experimentations until I am out of this.
Its so cold today (hooray!). I needed a quick, warming cup this morning. This was it.
Another evening of mint tea, but my more sophisticated version. Mint, fresh and clean. Very nice for an evening with cold winds, and being exsausted from a frantic evening of fencing. Hello tea, I’ve missed you all day long.
This is the best holiday style blend that I’ve ever had. Its the addition to citrus, which really makes it. That little bright citrus note makes the spice blend just makes the whole thing sparkle.
Yum. Hardly any of this left, but with luck it will be back this winter, and I will get more.
Only the second cup of tea in my day. Sigh. But I’m not feeling subtle and special, and so I pulled out my packets of this minty, simple tea. Just right.
Only time for one cup of tea, and it needs to be in a hurry. Help me, Tower of London!
I think I under leafed this particular pot of tea, but its still a very nice blend. And a very nice cup of tea was called for this evening.