158 Tasting Notes
What? I swore I already reviewed this one.
I’m obsessed with watermelon. But artificially watermelon flavored things, nope. I always give away the watermelon flavored jolly ranchers. I like the apple ones, and speaking of that I’ve heard that’s what David’s new Apple Pie tea tastes like, so I’m definitely going to have to order that.
I’m also totally stocking up on this tea before it’s gone. It’s different than anything artificially watermelon flavored I’ve ever had. It’s awesome. It reminds me of watermelon juice.. but better. Not to mention it’s the perfect watermelon reddish pink color. Love it!
Yes, here comes another tasting note of Twinings Peppermint from me, haha.
The boyfriend made me my current favorite bedtime drink. Hot peppermint tea with coconut milk & honey. Except he accidentally put brown sugar instead of honey, but it’s still yummy.
In other news, I went through with dying my hair back red :D Here ’tis! http://i53.tinypic.com/10wuool.png Crappy picture but I snapped that one quickly before about passing out. Tiring day!
Love this tea so much. Sort of like red hots taste wise, but not burn your mouth spicy. Naturally very sweet. The rooibos goes so well with the flavors. But I too, like the black tea version. It’s nice this is naturally caffeine free, though.
And speaking of red hots. I’ve been missing my red hair for a while and can’t decide whether to go back. I always miss my red, especially being such a fire ball. haha. Fits my personality. And it works well with my changing blue/green eyes and pale skin tone well; when I worked at a coffee shop everyone thought I was a natural redhead. (Naturally I’m sort of a dirty blonde with reddish tones.)
Here’s me now – http://i55.tinypic.com/24w4xn6.png
And here’s me with red hair – http://i54.tinypic.com/346ammf.png, http://i51.tinypic.com/xf98vl.png
Hum. What to do. Girls and their hair.
Accidently let this bag steep for 27 minutes :| , and it was STILL awesome. I was busy portioning out some tea samples for fellow Steepster Maxypoo, And then I remembered my tea was steeping.. and I’m like.. $#%@!!!!!!!!!!
But surprisingly… it was not bitter at all. Very, very good on the contrary. Beautiful Thai flavors, lovely hint of vanilla, and oh so smooth and buttery. YUM!
My new tea obsession just may be this: warming this back up and turning it into a hot latte, using about 50/50 tea and coconut milk and adding a bit more honey. Coconut milk goes so well with the flavors. Soo soothing. The iced latte version is awesome too, but tonight I’m snuggling up with this in hot latte form curled up in my big fluffy blanky, trying to get myself in a better mood..
You could also make these iced tea packets using half the water recommended and keep the concentrate on hand in your refrigerator for yummy iced and hot lattes. :)
Yep… this has already earned itself a permanent spot on my tea shelf. Harney had sent me a free sample years ago of this and I forgot how much I instantly loved it. Today was like rekindling an old flame. A tasty Thai flame from Bangkok. Those foreign ones, I tell ya… get me every time.
AND WOAH the moon is bright tonight! Actually about took my breathe away as I was coming up the stairs and saw the sky lit up and the moon beaming through the window. Breathtakingly gorgeous. When the moon hits your eye…