Oh no! My last cup of RaJini! I think I might have to make a trip to the tea store! Lovely lovely tea!
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Friday — a rainy dreary Friday. That requires a lovely tea. With caffeine. OM NOM NOM.
Time for my Monday cuppa black tea! Stared at my work tea cupboard for a while and decided on this one. Letting it steep longer this time. I added cream & it seems to be overpowering the tea flavor which is fairly delicate, or maybe it’s just that I need something to bonk me over the head on this particular Monday. This will do for now. Perhaps it will lend me the subtlety that the day seems to be lacking so far…
Not sure what’s all in this. It’s very floral, black tea with rose petals, little blue flowers (lavender-ish looking), there’s some sort of flavoring, but it’s been so long since I drank a big variety of tea on a regular basis for me to accurately place. Reading their menu (at mirotea.com), it looks almost like it could be the Birthday Tea, but seems not to be. ? Regardless, for a floral somewhat fruity tea, it’s very pleasant. My brother bought me an ounce of this, I see no problem finishing it off. Am excited to learn of this tea cafe & looking forward to exploring more of the teas they have available! It looks like they have some good ones. And they seal their teas nicely in reusable foil bags, similar to coffee bags, but with a good tight zip lock. I like to buy smaller amounts more frequently (this is a one ounce bag), so I’m not too concerned that it’ll get stale before I finish it. It’s better than some other options I’ve seen. Nom!
This tea from Miro definitely has a strong longan flavor. It’s pretty bitter and astringent, although if you’d like it sweeter, it goes well with honey. An interesting fruit flavored tea that you don’t see very often. Definitely worth trying to see if you like it.
Oh man, I’ve severely depleted a 1 oz bag of this stuff in a matter of a couple days. It is really mild with a bright, lemony aroma that doesn’t make me feel like I’m drinking household cleaner.
I really like taking this tea to work in my portable French press. I’ve found that even if I get distracted and let the leaves sit in there for too long or let the tea get cool, it never gets bitter or overwhelming.
This tea from Miro Tea in Seattle is one of my favorites. It has nice big pieces of ginger and cinnamon and brews up with a pleasant scent and taste of ginger. The cinnamon’s not overpowering in an artificial way like in some cinnamon teas. I’ll probably buy more next time I’m in that neighborhood.