52 Tasting Notes
Made this the other night. I guess I forgot that I don’t really care for it. My husband drank three cups. I wound up dumping mine and making some mint chocolate instead.
My husband made some of this tonight after dinner. It was so good. Very nice way to unwind after a busy, noisy day.
The children don’t have school today, and it is pouring down rain – so of course they are going bonkers and driving me up the wall with boredom. I just want to write in peace. The house is freezing, and I’ve managed to chug three cups of this stuff in as many hours. I’ve got the water boiling again, and might manage another two before I have to get started on dinner.
Found this on a day trip to Leavenworth, WA. I have chronic migraines – and with them, nausea. I have found that ginger helps with the nausea most of the time, so when I found the tea, I thought, “Hey! Why not try this?” It is way gross by itself, but if I mix in a bit with any other tea I’m making, it’s tolerable.
One of my favorites. I love it. So much flavor. So delicious.
Yummy. Not as good as Golden Monkey. Very good with heavy cream or Irish cream and somethign sweet – honey or sugar.
I’ve never had chamomile tea, so I thought I’d give this a shot. It was … okay? I sweetened it a bit, and it was better. I was too afraid to alter it too much, but I might be more daring next time I try it.
I love black teas, and there are few black teas I won’t drink. I … didn’t care for this one. It was just bland. Bummer.
Oh, very nice. I love to sit down with a cup of this after the kids have gone off to school. Dress it up with some cream and sugar, put on some music, grab and sketchbook, and I’m set.
I guess I keep trying green teas in the hopes I’ll find one I actually like? So far, no go. I will say, though … This one wins the contest for PRETTIEST in the container so far.