1159 Tasting Notes
Its raining, and so its time for the cozy cup of vanilla caramel warmth that is Je t’aime. Ah, just right for a day like today.
But it is, unfortunatly, a sipdown. Boo! I am now out of vanilla caramel teas.
The question is, which to restock? Well, really the question is, which to restock first……
Flavors: Caramel, Vanilla
Its raining! Wahoo!
I live in the only part of the country that has not been experiencing lower than normal temps. Infact we have been unseasonably warm weather. Wahoo you may be saying. Not so. We are in a serious drought. Bad news all around.
But its cooling down, and its raining, which is beyond good. Plus I like this weather much better.
And this is the perfect tea for a cold and rainy evening. No lie.
Determined, determined to get this gone. And now I have!
To recap. I got coconut from this, never the creamy and crisp flavor of a creme brulee.
I’ve tried everything. Lots of leaf, a normal amount, oversteeping, understeeping, glaring at it while it brewed, shouting encouragment to my tea pot as it steeped- nada. Nope. Such a disapointment. I love creme brulee, and really wanted this to work out.
Chocolate! I want chocolate! I have come home with a hankering and a craving.
I’ve largely given up on Chocolate teas, but I have this, from my sisters 12 days of christmas present to me.
Ehhhh. Its a bit watery, even though I went to the upper end of the steep perameters (I did it for 5 minutes), and while there is a faint coco flavor, I cant say I’m getting any of the hazelnut.
As it cools I get the teensiest bit of hazelnut, but unfortunatly it seems bitter.
Well, it was nice to try, but I cant really get behind this.