1019 Tasting Notes
Die cold, die!
Pu’er also does amazing things for when i have anything wrong with my throat. I can chain guzzle lemon honey and green tea, but pu’er does the trick in loosening slimey throat items, stopping coughs and clearing my voice.
This was one of my first straight pu’erhs and sadly now I’ve had better ones, but this one is pretty good for its juicy and honey notes.
After this, I’m going to make some firey sujebi soup. I will burn the cold out of me!
Finally I got around to trying this tea! Uggg, my “haven’t opened pile” is scary right now. I consolidated all the boxes to make it less scary looking, but that didn’t change the amount of tea I haven’t opened yet.
Anyways, I haven’t tried the black tea version of BBCCD and was super pumped it and this green tea version were blended! I snagged the green tea one as I do love my green tea.
Very tasty! I love the candy blueberry jammy taste with the creamy and tang flavors. The green tea is noticable and gets into a boxing match at end of sip with the blueberry. The blueberry wins as it’s there for the aftertaste, tasting like I ate a blueberry pastry. Adding sweetener smooths out the blend more to more blueberry flavor. I quite like this tea and I could be convinced to buy again, but most likely I’ll snag the black tea one to try first.
Ugg totally sick right now with some headache death cold, so hopefully my blog entry (and this) makes any sense. http://oolongowl.com/blueberry-cream-cheese-danish-green-tea-52-teas-oolong-owl-tea-review/
I’ll be at the LA Tea Festival tomorrow, so hopefully I’ll be feeling better!
Sip down! Taking a tea break from dealing with my finished lace shawl photos. This tea isn’t bad iced, though it does taste quite artificial and candy like. I feel weird as sometimes I do like candy tasting tea (ie, Lupicias Champagne Rose or Momoko), but this tastes like pixie stick powdery.
Shawl pics! phew, that was a lot of lace knitting crazyness and beading!
Yum, thai chai! I do like coconut, spices and bold tea!
The Persimmon Tree’s Thai Chai is not bad – straight up it is coconutty as first, then it gets quite lemon grassy, mixed with some chai spice, with more lemon grass finish.
However, Thai Chai made with some coconut milk, oh man, very good! The spices cut through the creamy coconut milk making a nice rich drink. Lemon grass toned down, adding some zest and interest to the blend. When I drink this tea again – latte all the way!
Full review on Oolong Owl http://oolongowl.com/thai-chai-persimmon-tree-oolong-owl-tea-review/
mmmm Mystery Oolong. All I know this was a milk oolong – it came vacuumed sealed in 5g packets for free with my yixing turtle.
The tea looked great – big curled up leaves that opened into giant leaves stemmed with 2 or 3 leaves together. However, the flavor was really grassy, a little bitter and very little milk. Wasn’t really sweet or floral either.
I’ve been spoiled by Mandala Tea’s Milk Oolong! The entire time I was wishing I was drinking that!
Been really busy productive today: shipped out some amigurumi commissions, blocked my lace shawl I finished knitting this weekend and applied for my first american job! fingers crossed!
Yum, I topped this off with some caramel matchaccino to save on sugar and it worked! I got the lemony cream taste, with a caramel side and thicker texture. Uggg, I drank this 7 hours ago and I can feel that I need more tea! Gah, been busy!
Happy International Rabbit Day! Here’s the bunny of our house! https://twitter.com/awkwardsoul/status/381851208962437120/photo/1
being fed a treat, as he’s pretty cranky looking today. Something about kale not being on sale, so I didn’t buy any for him. Or maybe today is the day bunnies gather to plot against the humans.
Anyways, having this tea for breakfast while I check on the scheming bunny. Nice and burnt caramel taste today with a tangy sweetness. Yum! For some reason, I’m getting more cravings for black tea.
I went to Disneyland’s Club 33 a couple weekends ago. It’s a really fancy dining room with dress code and exclusive to members to enter (with insane yearly fees). It’s the only place to serve alcohol in the park.
Anyways, my husband’s work treated us there. The food was good, dessert were fantastic. Tea? Geeeeze, they serve me this bagged stuff?! They should of at least gave me some Disney wonderland tea!
It was astringent and papery tasting. However, they served it in a really lovely tea pot set with actual boiling water.
Lots of pictures of Club 33, the food and tea at my blog, The Oolong Owl http://oolongowl.com/oolong-owls-disneyland-club-33-experience/
Finally, I wasn’t really into this tea as it was kind flat. I made a 2quart pitcher of this tea iced to finish it off.
It came out pretty good and better than the last iced tea batch and any other steepings I had before. Its tastyness is probably from the addition of fresh lemon slices and 4 strawberries that soaked in the tea overnight. I can taste the strawberry, which brings out the mango.
Now that I’ve cleaned out all my ESP teas, I figure I’m not going to buy off them again. I wasn’t that impressed with their quality and their shipping is overpriced.
I kind of forgot I owned this tea – found it in a quest for an oolong blend to drink at the bottom of my tin full of Butiki Teas.
OMG I’m so cranky after cleaning the kitchen! After that, I needed something oolongly with a piece of polvoron (filipino shortbread cookie). Very tasty! Weighty, cream, plum and a bit of savory notes at the end. Back to being cranky in the kitchen.