Floral but not aggressively so, with a hint of berries. It is slightly malty, and not very astringent. Overall, a smooth, well-balanced blend that is easy to drink and takes milk and sugar well. The perfect pot to share with a new tea friend!
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Was out at a concert last night, feeling a bit hoarse and draggy (is that a word). Soothing but supposedly energizing tulsi, with a spot of honey, seems to be in order.
Already contemplating what tea to have with lunch!
I’ve been thinking the same thing since I woke up. I think today is a Downton Abbey blend day for me. See you soon!
Sounds good! See you later. :-)
Oi Ocha + San Pellegrino Limonata = Arnold Palmer’s yummy Japanese-Italian cousin!
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oh boy do i need this this morning
The only thing that might make this better is if I substituted the 2oz milk I just put in it with 2oz of Bailey’s! Hmm, maybe tonight…
I like how you think ;)
Ok, well I didn’t stay home and drink Scottish Caramel pu-erh with Baileys. I did go so a fun Irish horror/comedy called “Grabbers” though, about drunk locals and Garda fighting monsters on an island off the Irish coast. Starring Richard Coyle (“Jeffrey” from Coupling). I’m not into horror or gore, but I enjoyed it (esp. the amazing scenery!). It’s not as smart as Shaun of the Dead, but I’d say it’s in the same vein.
I enjoy reading, paddling (kayak and SUP), eating local food, and drinking tea, of course!