90
drank Earl Grey by Ahmad Tea
1355 tasting notes

Fed the addiction again this morning along with a cup of rice.

teawing

I really like the Ahmad teas I have tried…

K S

@teawing, I just looked through your tasting notes to see what Ahmad teas you might have reviewed and you had not logged any – BUT a couple things caught my attention. Like me, you seem to really enjoy tea in all its forms. Very few get a negative review from either of us. Except your review of the 1999 Vietnamese Puerh – that had me rolling on the floor! Thanks for the laugh.

teawing

I have tried Ahmad’s Darjeeling and English Breakfast.
Yes, there are times I wonder is there a tea I just plain don’t like, then that evil Puerh comes to mind. I guess my palate is diverse enough or not enough depending on how you look at it to be finicky. I always enjoy a new tea, but I tend to adore unflavored blacks, oolongs in any shape or form, and green.
Oh and one more thing, you can keep the rooibos and mate’ to yourself, it just isn’t tea to me.
Glad you got a laugh at my expense!

teawing

and, I always thought Hoth Storm troopers had the coolest uniforms in the empire, except maybe TIE fighter pilots. :)

gmathis

I’m pretty sure I saw some Ahmad varieties at our T.J. Maxx—further investigation necessary. Sorry…y’all dress like storm troopers. I want to look like Queen Amidala.

gmathis

Well, minus the pancake makeup…

teawing

LOL! Yep, that make-up looked…painful.
Our Asian Market had Ahmad also, you just never know.

K S

I don’t remember how I stumbled on the stormtrooper avatar. I thought it was cool because it is scifi, tea, and Lego. My wife is addicted to the Lego games. I can’t figure out the controls. Give me an Atari controller with one fire button and a joystick – the equivalent of a good Han Solo blaster. Our children’s museum had an exhibit a couple years ago of Star Wars stuff. One of them was an outfit worm by Padima. The young lady who played her was the tiniest person. I have got to hit our Asian market one of these days. Yes I am rambling.

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teawing

I really like the Ahmad teas I have tried…

K S

@teawing, I just looked through your tasting notes to see what Ahmad teas you might have reviewed and you had not logged any – BUT a couple things caught my attention. Like me, you seem to really enjoy tea in all its forms. Very few get a negative review from either of us. Except your review of the 1999 Vietnamese Puerh – that had me rolling on the floor! Thanks for the laugh.

teawing

I have tried Ahmad’s Darjeeling and English Breakfast.
Yes, there are times I wonder is there a tea I just plain don’t like, then that evil Puerh comes to mind. I guess my palate is diverse enough or not enough depending on how you look at it to be finicky. I always enjoy a new tea, but I tend to adore unflavored blacks, oolongs in any shape or form, and green.
Oh and one more thing, you can keep the rooibos and mate’ to yourself, it just isn’t tea to me.
Glad you got a laugh at my expense!

teawing

and, I always thought Hoth Storm troopers had the coolest uniforms in the empire, except maybe TIE fighter pilots. :)

gmathis

I’m pretty sure I saw some Ahmad varieties at our T.J. Maxx—further investigation necessary. Sorry…y’all dress like storm troopers. I want to look like Queen Amidala.

gmathis

Well, minus the pancake makeup…

teawing

LOL! Yep, that make-up looked…painful.
Our Asian Market had Ahmad also, you just never know.

K S

I don’t remember how I stumbled on the stormtrooper avatar. I thought it was cool because it is scifi, tea, and Lego. My wife is addicted to the Lego games. I can’t figure out the controls. Give me an Atari controller with one fire button and a joystick – the equivalent of a good Han Solo blaster. Our children’s museum had an exhibit a couple years ago of Star Wars stuff. One of them was an outfit worm by Padima. The young lady who played her was the tiniest person. I have got to hit our Asian market one of these days. Yes I am rambling.

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