I haven’t felt good all week and haven’t gone to class and it sucks. I think it’s a combination of actually being sick and stupid grass pollen. No rest for the allergic. So after whining about not having any soup, it was finally like hey dummy, you have enough tea to supply a small nation-state’s army. Who needs soup?

I’ve been feeling in the mood for white tea so I figured I would revisit this bai mu dan. First time around I was really getting cucumber from it, I remember. Today it reminds me of straw and some light flowers. I feel like maybe even sauteed zucchini is present too. It really is reminding me of cooked zucchini.

This is definitely feeling nice on my sore throat. And even after all the time I’ve had it, it’s still got that lovely fresh aroma and taste, like I rolled around outside in a field. Except I wouldn’t do that right now, it’s too hot.

Invader Zim

Hope you start to feel better soon.

Will Work For Tea

I feel ya – allergies are awful! Drink lots of tea! :)

Hesper June

Hope you feel better soon!

LiberTEAS

I hate allergy season… I hope you get to feeling better soon. If you can find some locally harvested, raw honey, that will help a bit. You don’t need to add it to your tea if you don’t customarily add honey to your tea, but try it drizzled on toast or something. The honey does really help.

momo

Thank you all! I have an orange blossom honey from south Georgia, which probably doesn’t help much since more than likely, they’re taking the bees to Florida for that. There’s a Georgia-centric agriculture event down at this state farmers’ market this weekend and I really want to go, and then I’ll actually get something far more local.

Missy

I hope you get better soon.

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Invader Zim

Hope you start to feel better soon.

Will Work For Tea

I feel ya – allergies are awful! Drink lots of tea! :)

Hesper June

Hope you feel better soon!

LiberTEAS

I hate allergy season… I hope you get to feeling better soon. If you can find some locally harvested, raw honey, that will help a bit. You don’t need to add it to your tea if you don’t customarily add honey to your tea, but try it drizzled on toast or something. The honey does really help.

momo

Thank you all! I have an orange blossom honey from south Georgia, which probably doesn’t help much since more than likely, they’re taking the bees to Florida for that. There’s a Georgia-centric agriculture event down at this state farmers’ market this weekend and I really want to go, and then I’ll actually get something far more local.

Missy

I hope you get better soon.

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