827 Tasting Notes
Goodness, I’m low on this. How did I get to this point? I’ve only got about one more pot left! Eeep.
Having this as my pre writing tea, with a slice of cinnamon coffee cake, which is all very delicious. Omnom.
Good and relaxing. I’m meeting up with a Nanowrimo friend in a bit, and we’re going to do a write-a-thon.
A good start.
Five hours of sleep. Yay. And a very long day ahead of me.
Today I need serious tea. With that in mind, I reached for this sample of Queen Catherine, which I threw into my last Harney order.
Wow. This is a complex yet gentle black, which is doing its job and then some. I get notes of chocolate and honey in the quiet depths of this tea. Very nice.
I’ve got a scoop more of this. Next time, I’m going to combine it with rose scented, as I’ve heard is a lovely combo.
Oooh boy. Am I glad that this was what I picked to drink today. Its been nuts, and its not even 10 am yet.
My home computer is having seizures out of the blue, which makes me fear for my documents.
I get to work, and a long string of complicated crazy is dropped on me, and I am the only one in the office to deal with this.
Its days like this that I am exceptionally grateful that Boston Blend exists to make me happy.
I’ve never thought of myself as an apple pie eater. Its something I could take or leave, as I felt like it.
So my enjoyment of this comes as a bit of a surprise to me. Its very good! Gooey and warm and just like a cup of pastry. I’ll go for that anytime.
Maybe I need to rethink my stance on actual apple pie?
Today is a DAVIDsTea sipdown day, which is not intentional, but isnt a bad thing at all.
This starts by tasting greener, and it becomes more creamy as it cools, and the vanilla flavor is really allowed to come into its own. This is so dense that it reminds me of vanilla yougurt, especially with the oolong green-ness, which is like vanilla greek yougurt.
Theres no urgency to this, but I might get some more of this at some point. But for today, its a sipdown!