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I’m on quite the ginger peach (which would be amazing added to strawberry by the way), but sadly I’m out of ginger teas. Not that I don’t have PLENTY other teas… But wait, I have this! It isn’t a peach flavored oolong, but I do think that it has a peachy taste so I think I’ll use this:)
2.25g Dancong Aria/1.12g ginger/6oz water.
Wow! Yep. I was right. Even though I added ginger, the peachy flavor is still there. It’s a wonderful balance of tea, peach, and ginger. I think I might even like this better than their actual peach oolong!:)
I was digging through my Adagio sampler drawer looking for a tea to take over to my friend’s house to brew in this nice overcast weather, and I came accross a tin of Ceylon Sonata. I opened it up, smelled it, and thought that it would be a nice, sweet, black tea to brew.
Boy were we in for a pleasant surprise when we brewed this up. Once steeped, the water is a beautiful amber color. I smelled like a sweet Earl Grey with a sweet side. It had a very smooth, pleasantly sweet taste. Until now my favorite black tea had been Earl Grey Creme, but Ceylon Sonata may have taken its place.
Seemed to hint at some flavors that are completely beyond my ability to identify.
I like how it is not quite a strong as a black tea, but seemed to be stronger than a green tea.
This is the first Oolong I’ve had (at least in loose leaf form). Will definitely keep drinking this, but I’m also now curious about other varieties to try.
Today I’m drinking honeybush vanilla with a little bit of some fruit tisane- I don’t know the brand. The fruit tisane has hibiscus, currant, grapes, and other fruits. The honeybush vanilla gives it a hint of creaminess, and tones down the tart fruit flavor. I speak from experience when I say it is quite good iced as well.