334 Tasting Notes
Such a calming and refreshing blend. I love how it slightly tart and sweet at the same time.
Today a tea related subject on Moods and Appetites: http://moodsandappetites.com/ featuring one of my all time favorite photographers Henri Cartier-Bresson.
I’ve recently discovered that I really like Pu-erh teas. The three Pu-erh teas I have tried from Verdant tea were most excellent. This one is quite earthy, a bit musty (in a very good way) with a citrusy hint.
Today on Moods and Appetites our family favorite: South River Farm Miso. I eat this every single day. I would highly recommend to watch the video (so adorable!) http://moodsandappetites.com/
Got this as a sample with my order along with the hand-written thank you note. I love when people pay attention to detail. It definitely matters to me.
This is very rich and deep. Slightly peppery with notes of cinnamon and honey/sugar. What I like the most, however, is the silky smoothness of this tea.
I wanted to have this with a small piece of chocolate but turns out I don’t have any left…. That must be rectified tomorrow.
I was so exited to try the new and improved Zodiac Series, which you can find under “gifts.” It is definitely an upgrade from the previous version.
The tea looks amazing with the bright marigold petals and cornflowers. It is delightfully complex, yet light: green and white tea blended seamlessly with apricot, pear, rooibos and chamomile.
Very calming and refreshing.