1054 Tasting Notes
I’m a believer in seasonality. I dont always, but mostly I try to eat things in season, partially because they’re fresher at that time, and partially because it just feel right.
That said, I dont eat candy corn, though I dearly love it, much past Halloween. I have enough of this tasty blend for one more pot, which I may finish up today.
But November is filled with flavor delights as well!
Its back in stock at Peets! So I got a cup of it during my lunchbreak, along with a new tin of the stuff. Its still “autumn” in my tea drinking mind, but I cannot help myself with this. I really like Winter Solstice, and had images of going back when I felt a little more “winter” only to find it all gone. And theres a lot in a tin, so it will last plenty long.
Happy sigh. Its been a long Monday (and its only midday), but not a horrid one. And with this on hand, I feel a bit more ready for the rest of the day, including my Nanowrimo word count.
The usual goodness, spicy and warm with a hint of citrus.
Yay for daylight savings time! I’m awake in the light.
Its going to be a windy, cold and bright day. This may be my only cup of tea, so my desire for good tea won out over my need to sip down some meh blends that I have.
I do love this. Its sweetish and mellow and lovely. Hopefully it will tide me well over for the day.
I over leafed this, but it was the end of my packet, and I figured why not. It did not noticably alter the flavors, so thats good.
This was my afternoon pot of tea to help with the writing I needed to do. (Still some writing left, though. Drat! Onwards I go in that arena.)
This makes a Sipdown. I might get an ounce or so again next year, but it is just as nice to have it all sipped down.