389 Tasting Notes
This tea is nuts. Quite honestly nuts. There was a whole brazil nut in my sample, along with a rasin! Ok then, time to steep it up.
The nuttyness comes through just fine, though I dont get any of the raisin in it. It reminds me of a cookie with nuts in it. Actually pretty fun.
I dont know that I’ll buy this, but it was sure fun to try.
I love you, fruits d’Alsace. Yum. So light and fruity and lovely. Thursdays are my very long work day, so during my breaks I am snatching at tea, and indulging in some of my preferred teas.
I’ve altered my orignial score of this. It was my very favorite during the early days of tea drinking, and while I no longer am so compleatly devoted to it, its still nice.
This is sweet and mellow, with a pleasant lightness. On a morning, like this one, where I do need a quick cup of tea, its exactly the right thing.
My favorite chamomile to crown off my day. A contented sigh.
My nightly cup of eh. This is never as chocolatty as I want, and while the peppermint is not at the forfront of the taste, it does make a pleasant enough after taste.
I have had a long day, and still have to go stab people (nobody panic, I’m a fencer. No blood!) so I am fortifying myself with a cup of this sweet nectar.
I am almost out! Horrors! How did I get to this point? Well, it wont stay gone from my cupboard for very long.
This is so fresh. Its like a salad in liquid form, with a well rounded greenness to it. I might hunt this down sometime, as its very nice.
Thanks for Fuzzy_Peachkin for letting me try this.
Sipdown! I think I will restock this eventually, but its not urgent.
This is the most sophisticated rose tea I own. Not my favorite, mind you, but so very sophisticated.
Whittling down the cupboard one sip at a time.
I am cheating with this. (can one cheat at tea?) A tea bag suggests a single serving of tea, but I’ve crammed a bunch into one of my tea pots and brewed it up that way. I was also hoping that the concentration of tea would improve the flavor.
Well, down the hatch anway!
Second cup of my morning was this delcious blend. This is one of my teas for all seasons. In just about any weather, at any time of year, if someone suggests a cup of Tower of London, I will certainly say yes, and drink it up with great pleasure.
I have this in sachets, but next time I’ll get it loose leaf.