317 Tasting Notes
Had a sample of this at the 221Tea Party yesterday. Didn’t get a good tasting experience since the water was who knows what temp and the leaves were all in a little tea ball, but it was really good. It’s going on the shopping list and then if my coupon is still valid by the time I go back to school and have extra money, I’ll just skip the sample and get a few ounces of this.
Semi-backlog from yesterday.
This isn’t as bad as the green, as it’s heavier tea, but I can still taste the preservatives. I drank about half of it while baking Toblerone cookies. It’s actually really good mixed with ice and lemonade.
I still have about half a bottle left, so I mixed that with an iced black and some lemonade, and it’s pretty good.
Quick tasting note – backlogging from the day before yesterday.
These were 2-for-1 on Adagio, and I added a few of these to my Sherlock order.
Brought to work, drank while training the new girl. I like her. She’s already showing a lot more promise than our other new-ish hires (at least, new since I’ve gone to school)
I was excited it said Dragonwell on the side – that’s my favorite green.
Sadly, it tasted like dentist. I could hardly taste the tea at all. Sigh.
Thanks to Invader Zim for the sample of this! (I’m typing on the iPad as I wait for my car to be fixed, so please forgive any spelling errors!
I wasn’t paying attention and mistook this for Teavivre’s white jasmine, so I only got one steep out of it. It was only the next morning when I saw the empty bag on the counter that I realized.
It was delicious, really delicate and soft and just a little bit sweet. The jasmine wasn’t overpowering. I only wish I had more to say! I’ll leave off the rating because I cant really rate it very well right now.
This smells like a ????. Perfect Irene. It smells interesting. Not good, not bad, just weird…hazelnut and honeybush and cherry and lapsang aren’t something I’d think to mix together. And steeped, it has that same perplexing aroma.
I suppose that’s accurate.
It’s actually really good. The honeybush and lapsang are sort of sweetly smoky, and the cherry gives a bit of a bright softness. Irene’s one of my favorite characters, and I’m glad I like this tea!
Ohkay. I’ve been impatiently waiting for this package all day. I’ve been hiding in my room because I was so tired after work – I won two contests and associate of the month, and that takes effort, especially for an introvert like me!
The people across the street are moving, so there have been big trucks going by all day. Each time I see one I check – is it UPS? No? Damn.
This time it was, and I raced downstairs to intercept the deliveryman before my mum or dad could… no need for them to know I’m buying more tea.
Smelled them all – they all smelled great. I honestly started with this one, even though the chai spice aroma was a bit overpowering and intimidating, because a friend of mine tried it and said she didn’t like it, and it was bitter. So this is me proving her wrong.
I immediately went for a macchiato with this. Why not a latte? Because for some reason “Mycroft Latte” doesn’t have quite the same ring to it.
Steeped 2tsp/8oz, boiling water, 2 minutes. Added about 6oz milk and 3oz foam.
The first thing I taste is the cream, followed by the vanilla rooibos. I suppose there’s a hint of chocolate in there too. I don’t taste much chai, but that’s a-okay with me. (Leave the chai and spices for Moriarty.)
This is great, and I don’t regret owning a 3-oz bag of it at all. Probably not something I’d purchase again (so many teas, so little time!) but definitely not one I’m eager be rid of.
Edit: And because of all the foam on top, it sort of gives it that feeling of drinking whipped cream. No complaints here. I’m just going to sit here and rest my tired feet (no cushioning whatsoever in the shoes I wear to work, and yet they’re more comfortable than the ones with cushions. Go figure.) and listen to Underworld’s Olympic Ceremony opening song – it’s gorgeous. I love them.
Oh, I do love this. I received this in the last Steepster Select box.
I don’t feel like writing too much now, but it’s beautiful. It’s sweet and buttery and smooth. It has some of my favorite characteristics of the Dragonwell that I love, but with a little bit less of the vegetal.
This just might become my staple oolong.
Currently drinking this in pyramid bag form. Hot brewed, it’s good, but I don’t get much of the ginger or peach – just black tea.
Cold brewed 3 pyramid sachets for about 24oz of water, and the peach really comes out here. It’s sweet and soft.
Not something I’d purchase again, but it’s great iced.
Received a couple bags of this in a swap from someone (not on this site).
It’s okay. It’s a decent rooibos. It’s fairly unremarkable, but it’s okay on a lazy day.
As soon as I get back to school, as soon as I have money, I’m buying myself a cake of this.
Beautiful Boy messaged me (he NEVER messages me!) and we’re listening to Les Preludes again – he missed it the first time around. I for my part am trying not to be overly depressing in chat… save that for my sourcebook.
It’s a beautiful piece. They pack three orchestras into a concert hall designed for one, and they have dancers that dance all around: in front, in the aisles, and on the roof. It’s always the same but there’s no need to change it.
And this tea compliments it perfectly.