1665 Tasting Notes
What is this? Overcast? Slightly damp? Could there be rain today?! I hope so.
Theres nothing explicitly “summer” about this tea, but somehow I feel like its a warmer weather tea, rather than a cooler one.
I’m making a list of the autumn teas I’m going to order. I cant wait. Its time for pumpkin tea!
I have fenced for the evening, which was good exercise. There are two ways to be during fencing, you are either the pin or the pincushion. Today I was the pin more than I was the cushion, which is an excellent way to be.
Cup of tea as a reward. This is a nobrainer. I’m always in the mood for vanilla, so this is a dependable and enjoyable cup.
I need more tea. I mean, always do, but now, for real. I’m almost out of my loose leaf, and I’m ready for autumn teas to come my way. Pumpkin, almond, cranberry, I’m ready for the fall flavors. Of course, the weather around here is still in the 100s, but I’m hoping that if I order the fall flavors, the other teas will come.
This is my last cup of this, and I’ve really enjoyed this blend. Creamy, a bit earthy, and with a mellow sweetness to it. I really enjoyed it. I might get more!
Now, what fall teas do you all recommend?
It was hard to say goodbye to my class this morning, and hand them over to the new instructor. There may have been tears. They may have been from me.
Its going to be a weird day.
I promised only teas I really like, and I’m sticking with it.
This is the last of my pound of Tower of London that I bought. I can’t believe I drunk a whole pound of this tea. And, you know? I really like it still. I find it a honey touched cup of fruit and delight.
I might take a little break from it, but it will be returning to my cupboard very soon.
Its going to be a hard day. Its my last day teaching my much loved morning nutrition class. Its been given to a new instructor, and I’m heartbroken. I think its going to be rough, as I really love my students.
I’m going to only drink loved teas today. Its the kind of day when you just pull all the beauty you can out of your cuprboard and pour it into your cup.
I’m glad I have some beautiful teas to have.