157 Tasting Notes
Kenilworth, warm honey toast
we don’t mean to boast
but we find it the most
born and raised
its natural essence
you taste so great
send me to
a second flush Fate
I feel smarter
As employees here at the store we are so spoiled by the ability to drink any tea at our fingertips, that most of the time those fingers reach for those high end exclusive teas. We forget that something so simple as Bancha, a Japanese green tea whose leaves are a bit larger and rougher than that of Sencha, can be equally as enjoyable as something twice its price.
Bancha has a much nuttier flavor than that of Sencha, but it is easy to drink and compliments meals well.
Tropical fruit aroma that could bring one out of a coma along with a slight hint of passion; early afternoon bliss and rudimentary satisfaction.
Dark multi-dimensional and evolutionary, take a sip of this malted gold. Behold, one becomes bold, chase away the cold, rinse away these leaves and you will believe. Drink, drink, don’t think.
A little honey and caramel twist without the brisk so put this tea on your list or you’ll miss a moment of bliss.
The strong smoky scent of the dry leaves are deceiving to the gentle brew it yields. This smooth Chinese tea fills the mouth and coats the tongue with a bold and slightly peppery liquid. Perfect for a winter’s day.
Another pot of Mangalam to start the morning. It’s a crisp and clear morning in Millerton and this tea smoothly guides you into the day.