183 Tasting Notes
Bought a micro-fine strainer today, and am finally able to enjoy rooibos properly again. So yummy.
Sipping this deliciously strong tea while shopping for a new kettle. (Well, shopping for a kettle to put on my Christmas wishlist, anyway.)
Trying to work my way through the mountain of samples I still have in my cupboard before I am “allowed” to buy more tea.
This one is interesting. I just don’t know what to make of the flavor… sometimes I like it, sometimes I just find it odd. I’ve already established that I don’t prefer Chinese black teas, but I can’t put my finger on why.
After all the trouble I had getting these flavored teas to taste right, my husband (who doesn’t drink tea, and have never made a cup in his life) managed to make a pretty good pot.
I taste the Ceylon pretty front and center today, which I hadn’t experienced before. The raspberry is just a mild, sweet, syrupy taste… not bad. Not great, but not bad.
Finally feeling well enough to have something caffeinated again. Made a pot with a bit of amber sugar, and finished Catching Fire this morning. I think this is my favorite tea.
Normally, herbal in the morning would be unheard of, but I’m not feeling too hot right now, and the caffeine would just make it worse. This is very soothing.