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I was feeling inspired… thus, I decided to sketch out two of my favorite things:
Werewolves and tea.
Maybe I will finish the drawing tomorrow…
I guess… since I drink Jin Pin so much, I can use a tasting note as something more than just a tasting note. Jin Pin is my comfort tea. Upon first sip, I had no idea that I would develop such a lasting love for this tea, however, I am very grateful. It’s truly just comforting to me. It evokes this warmth that comes from the mix of notes and its general complexity that I have not felt from many other teas. I’ve come to turn to Jin Pin when I want to feel better and tonight is definitely one of those nights in which I have turned to it for just that. (Wow… the way I am writing makes it seem as though I have a Jin Pinblem and should go to JPA (Jin Pinaholics Anonymous))
Here’s to good tea!
Day Ten – Tea Pet’s log:
I’ve been getting a lot of compliments about my tea-scented perfume. Strange. I don’t wear perfume.. Sorry for the short post, typing has grown difficult. My verdant fingers are delicate and bear a strange resemblance to…
Jin Pin, my love! I have missed you so. Just as wonderful as I remembered. Never change, my friend, never change.
Day Four- Tea Pet’s log:
The sun intrigues me… I feel a strange need to stand outside in it for years until I grow taller. Loved ones keep trying to get my attention by calling my name. Apparently, I only respond when Jin Pin is uttered.
I brewed this tea in a method that is foreign to me, although, apparently not foreign in China. I placed about 3 tsp of leaves in the bottom of one of my stainless steel tumblers, then added water. Apparently, if I don’t drink the last 25% of the tea, this brewing method will work out swimmingly. For the next infusion, I just add more hot water on top of the 25% and it acts as a starting point for the brew… Well.. here goes noteang.
I think I’m going to turn into a Jin Pin….
Its beautiful color: