791 Tasting Notes
This tea is growing on me. The coconut is the thing that puts it over the edge, I think. I made a large cup (I think the mug really holds two cups), and used 2.5 teaspoons of tea. Delicious tea for an afternoon meeting!
Had a teabag of this left over from a trip we took to New Mexico. It was exactly what I expected it to be.
And with that, I’ve finished another sample. I really like the decaf ceylon… it’s nearly like real tea, but I can drink a lot of it! Since I was finishing off the sample, I sweetened it up for an evening of web browsing and reading, and it’s serving me well. So long, decaf ceylon!
This feels like a formal, girly cup of tea. It’s nice, but more proper than this morning calls for. :)
Just had a cup of this with soymilk at a local coffee shop/cafe. It was a lovely iced treat for the beginnings of spring!
I kicked off the morning with this one. As it was steeping, I began to realize I smelled something an awful lot like children’s cough syrup. Oh right… the grenadine! When sipping the really hot tea, I couldn’t get past the smell. Then… I had a granola bar with chocolate chips in it. As I sipped the really warm tea between bites, it became a really good cup of tea! Then, once the bar was gone, it was a bit off again. So, lesson learned: always have chocolate with this tea. That’s a win-win-win for me! :)
Around 2:00 today my energy totally faded. So, I had a cup of this. I love it. The toasted rice, the extra green quality, the matcha… it’s comfort in a cup!