2664 Tasting Notes
Made some of this into an eggnog latte shortly before coming home from my holiday, and although it was certainly tasty, I don’t think the flavour is bold enough for the eggnog (and since I have to use so much tea for a regular cup to begin with, I felt it was a bit of a waste to use like 5tbsp for one eggnog latte, just so I could taste the custardy-apple.
Boo, this was another tea that didn’t work well at all in a travel mug. It just tasted off, and I’m not sure why. It is a pretty old bag of tea though, so maybe something has changed in the flavour over the years (yes…. years…) Will have to try it normal-mug-style to see.
I really need to pull out all my “travel mug teas” again, because I’ve been repeating the same few teas quite often, when some (in this case) are in short supply, and others are super fresh, while I should be drinking older stuff!! Not like I was sad to have a mug of this today, but I might be more sad if I can’t have a mug of it in 6 months :(
Anyways, drank this today – actually got through all 4 mugs I brought to work (and wanted more, so I’m going to try to do 5 for tomorrow). But maaaaaaaan do my feet hurt. I had enough energy tonight to go work out after my shift, but my feet are so freaking sore from standing for 7.5 hours that I can’t even fathom it! Anyone have tips for footwear when you’re in a primarily-standing job? (With no option for sitting?)
Got this tea as part of a teapot + 4 tea collection that I received for Christmas. The teapot is nice – a cast iron look-alike pot, though I don’t think I’ll use it overly often (I just don’t drink that much of one tea at a time. Ever.) Anyhow, brewed this tea up in a travel mug for today. Nice raspberry flavour, and when it cooled, the coconut was a bit more apparent, translating both as a creaminess and a coconutty flavour. Similar to DavidsTea’s Fantasy Island, but better because it was fruitier and less drying. Overall not too shabby. I am definitely curious as to the blender of these teas though.