I feel as though i try to come up with different and interesting ways to describe my fondness of a tea each time I review it, because I don’t want you guys to all be like “wow, keychange is awfully repetitive, let’s all have a tea crawl and not invite her!” haha (I’m kidding). But seriously, I think this tea travels extremely well, and tastes good both in a cup and in my timolino, which came as a very pleasant surprise because i’m always afraid that the stainless steel will somehow tarnish creamy, somewhat delicate notes—but that isn’t the case at all. This tea only gets better as it cools, and is also a hit with Mr. Keychange. I get a lot of coconut, and just a hint of sweet, slightly tart raspberry at the tail end of the sip, and I wouldn’t have it any other way.
In other news, I’m reading the second book in the divergent series in order to kill some time, and although it’s an action-packed series full of twists and turns, something about the entire series is a bit obnoxious and induces many a proverbial eye roll (I’m not sure if I can actually roll my eyes; as a blind person, I’m not even sure which muscles are involved-like I can move my eyes up and then down, but like, is that the same as rolling them? anyway, I’m rolling my eyes on the inside, so let that count for something LOL). Ok, back to this book. The Hunger Games trilogy was way better, in my opinion, but I also think the whole dystopian genre is headed to hell in a handbasket. Where’s the current day Orwell at, guy?