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Recent Tasting Notes
I only have two followers, but I feel like I should apologize for the lack of logs I’ve done in the past couple days. I’ve been in a hazy cloud for the past couple weeks, and I suppose it has reached its climax in the last couple days. All I’ve been wanting to do is sleep.
But I got halfway through my rewatch of The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford when I realized I hadn’t had much to drink today, so I washed the infuser mug I bought from Teavana and brewed some tea!
This time I chose Strawberry from the local shop five minutes from my house. It’s a fruity black tea — I love my fruity blacks — that never fails in a pinch. I super love the aroma, but sadly it doesn’t linger that much after brewed. Or maybe I just oversteeped it this round, because I got distracted by Casey Affleck.
I purchased this tea from a local shop about five minutes away from my house. I am glad I made this little discovery. I have never been much of a white tea drinker, but lately that has all I’ve been craving. This tea is high in flavor and aroma, and overall a delicious treat! It has a very nice fruity taste without overwhelming the floral notes. It is also very easy to brew even when you find your attention divided. (I oversteep easily, yes, and the first time I did it, I didn’t find this tea bitter at all. Maybe it’s luck? Maybe it’s my tastes? Who knows! It keeps working out for me.)
Only thing is, the package recommends brewing this at boiling heat, and that’s super harsh for a tea like this? So I kept it at a nice, cool 175°. T’was perfect.
Still. If you are ever visit Las Vegas, I do highly recommend you taking a trip over to Henderson to visit Sheffield Spice & Tea Co. and try this tea.