1384 Tasting Notes
Awesome! Thanks for the sample bag MissB!
Sans any sugar or other additives, this tastes just like a lemon ginger candy. The kind you sneak for sore throats. Except I actually really like them and have trouble not having any just because :)
I love how potent yet balanced the two flavours are, without being overwhelming.
Its very comforting and yet energizing in a non-caffeinated way. Five Noms for the win!!!
Mmmmm Crumble! with just a hint of bluberry. The crazy intense sweetness is overpowering the berriness I think.
Whatever, I did enjoy it. A nice change from the straight teas I’ve been enjoying this week!
One thing I’m noticing is that not only do I find this tasty, but its satisfying too. I haven’t figured out why, but sometimes those two factors aren’t both present. One or the other, but not both…
Also, my rating here would be much higher if there was more blueberry without sacrificing the crumble aspect – though I admit it could be an uneven distribution of flavouring, will see what happens with the next cuppa!
Someone gave this to me for Christmas!
So I looked up my review from eons ago and wow I hated it then… but now strangely I don’t mind this one. The vanilla is a but more muted than I recall. To be honest its more like minty white chocolate than vanilla. With milk and half a teaspoon of sugar, I really did enjoy the cup. Quite the treat!
Do not like!
It isn’t bad. But something in there just puts me off. Something sweet and medicinal smelling, and a bit bitter – in contrast with the sweetness of the fruit I think the contrast is what throws me off.
Ah well. I gave the rest of my cup to Dad. Hopefully someone else will want the rest…
What a sad sipdown. I’ll miss you oatmeal raisin cookie! All spicy and cookie like… mmm. Goes really well with a bran muffin.
Even worse, is that I haven’t got many chais in my cupboard. Now I need to find one to replace the goodness of this one or buy some more! but then I need to keep my numbers down.
What to do….
It seems I have the flu. I guess it’s appropriate for the goings on of my week huh.
Anyhow, I think I got the parameters on this all wrong. It was far too light! and full of hibiscus. Maybe I couldn’t taste everything? I don’t feel all that congested…. hmm.
I used my standard one and a quarter teaspoons for the mug I use, but then I saw on the website that it says to use 2g. I haven’t got a scale and the contents is rather varied so I really do need to experiment. Oh and I went with a three min steep, on the low end of their rec. I may go longer next time.
Also, the hibiscus added a rather pleasant tang while hot, but cold? ugh, might as well have been lemonade…
Today is a sad day. A childhood family friend who I used to play with during summers at my Aunts cottage died in a snowmobile accident. He was my age (32). Since I stopped hanging out at the cottage so much, I saw him only once every few years or so… in truth I didn’t know him well at all in adulthood, but my Aunt and cousin consider him a second son. They are family. I always regarded him fondly.
This is all so surreal. Larry was a good kid, he’s been riding since before he could walk! He knew all the rules and always took care to be safe. He never partied or anything like that. I’m so confused…
The tea: I need to try this again, preferably in my gaiwan. It was a little too thick for me and left me feeling unsettled- backlog from yesterday
What is going on here???? I love this. A floral jasmine-y tea?!
I am shocked. Could it be that my body has decided to end the Jasmine embargo? Or perhaps its mild enough that I can enjoy it in moderation.
All I know is it was a lovely oolong with nice floral notes and a pleasant aftertaste. Thanks SIl!!!