1122 Tasting Notes
I’m actually going out to tea with some friends today. We’re all going to wear hats, and sip tea! I’m excited. I love a proper tea with little sandwhiches and suchlike.
However, even though tea is coming, I can’t wake up properly without a cup, so Paris has been brewed.
I’m almost out of this in sachets. Net time it will be loose leaf. Yum, tasty tea.
Now, to go figure out my outfit and hat!
Feeling a little blue this evening, but its cooled down, and I could put on a sweater when I got home, and a cup of herbal tea sounds like quite the right thing.
This is more mint than it is rose, but the floral note is floating about there. I like it, its very pleasant. Its especially good when feeling a little blue.
My last cup of this. I shall savor it.
When I first got this, I was very curious. Black tea? Understood. Mint? Sure. But together? I was curious and a bit suspicious about the whole arrangement.
The verdict is that I like it quite a bit. While not at all chocolaty, it reminds me of a mint chocolate. The mint is there, a presence, but it does not overpower the base, instead existing with it in harmony.
I’ve enjoyed my time with this tea.
My favorite chamomile has got to be this. Is delicate, with a somewhat creamy finish, and a delicate breath of light… floral is not right, but theres something very fresh about it.
Why didn’t I drink this more during the summer? It would have suited very well…. but it will be a gorgeous cup of springtime some winter evening.