334 Tasting Notes
I have a soft spot for Darjeeling tea. It’s smooth, delightful, very little astringency. It’s not overly dark or intense, just very enjoyable.
I have added some new artwork with “I love tea” message here:
If you like it feel free to use it :) Personal use only.
Intended for: printing on a t-shirt, bag, hoodie or anything you like.
Clarification: Keep in mind that on the monitor the size looks huge but when printed it will be much smaller.
Here’s some tea related artwork I recently created. It’s free for anyone to use.
I have already printed the design on an off-white canvas tote bag.
If you like it feel free to re-post the link.
Sipping my moderately warm cup of Anhui Keemun and trying to relax a bit. The tea is malty/leathery/smokey and complements my French apple tart well. Just launched my website re-design so I feel I deserve a little break http://www.antemeridiemdesign.com/
It is official: tea disappears in our household at an alarming rate. I got a neat little package from 52teas and I’m trying Jasmine Grey right now. It smells like bubble gum or gummy bears … ah the simple pleasures of childhood. The taste is really pleasant: not overly sweet, with some underlying citrus tartness which I really like. Most of the time I drink unflavored teas but I’m not a tea purist so I do enjoy flavors as well and this is definitely enjoyable.
Here goes the last bit of Spring Darjeeling. I like this enough to reorder. Furthermore, I will probably order Darjeeling Sungma Summer as well. There are certain names that to me sound fascinating and “Dar-jee-ling” is one of them. I just like repeating it as the sound of it is beautiful. Or “Coconut Pouchong” – it’s bouncy and fun.
I look into my glass cup – only a few sips left. I will enjoy them as much as I can.