833 Tasting Notes
Aha! Here it is! This is everything that the Republic of Tea’s Peppermint Cuppa Chocolate should be. Read My Lips for the win!
Perfect blend of the peppermint and the chocolate, and a creamy undertaste that makes it feel like an indulgent and rich drink.
Yes! I may never be done trying new chocolate teas, but this is the frontrunner of the race so far. Yum. So glad that I picked this baby up.
Finally, an afternoon in close proximity to my kettle, and so I can have some afternoon tea!
I’ve never had a cup of darjeeling that was so floral before. I like it! Next time I make this I’m going to make some hot buttered toast to have with it, and have a proper afternoon tea.
This is good. I feel immedietly soothed and properly relaxed.
A million thank yous to Fuzzy_Peachkin, for going above and beyond the call of duty in sending me this.
Woke up with a somewhat upset stomach, but I have a lot to do today, so I needed a cup of tea to accomodate all of that.
Enter this sample I ordered from Harney with my most recent order.
I love love love ginger. To paint you a picture, when going out to sushi, I will eat all of my pickled ginger, and all of my boyfriends as well. Love ginger.
And this is gingery! Spicy an just the slightest bit sweet, which might be the lychee.
I’m not sure if I’ll order a full tin of this, but this morning it was just the right thing.
I can see that this is going to be a two pot problem tea. First feeling is positive, if a little weak. I’m not getting the rose, but I can get a hint of strawberry.
This may need more leaf to brew up properly. This has got the promise of being a rich tea, and perhaps the cup of chocolatty goodness that I have been looking for, but more experimentation is needed.
Tonights seasonally inappropriate tea is this cup of Gingerbread Spice. I love Gingerbread, which was almost certainly what prompted me to buy this in the first place.
The smell is right, I’ll give it that, but its weak tea. This is something I keep finding with Celestial Seasonings, that the smell is right, but the flavor doesnt live up to the promise of the aroma.
This isnt quite what I was expecting.
The dry leaf smells amazing, rich and exactly like salted caramel.
The taste, once brewed up, is a little bit of a burnt taste, with a vaugly coffee like aftertaste. A bit of a problem, as I dont like coffee.
I will tinker with the steeping times, because I’d really like to love this tea.
Another tea that I think will come into its own in the autumn.