the bottom of this tasting note is an over caffeinated note from last night.
i watched the full “Victoria Wood’s Nice Cup of Tea” part 1 and 2 this morning.
the program is very fun and i’m shocked i hadn’t learned about it earlier. it never occurred to me that there would be shows about tea! how exciting!
while watching there was one moment that was totally weird, but during the first episode they showed a grandiose dance performance in china that was about the story of tea, where at the end of the performance they gave the entire audience each a cup of tea. and for some mysterious reason, i started crying.
i mean really?
i was so moved i actually started crying.
i think i’m in too deep. whew!
i like this tea much more this time around! the rind adds a strong pithy flavor to the tea. earthy and pithy and oddly dark in flavor. i don’t know much about what a white puerh should taste like. it is a complicated balance of both delicate and dark flavors. which makes sense. i’m glad i bought this when i did.
Hell! tonight was shot becuzzzz…..
JacquelineM got me started with this awesome vid! (THANKS!)
Morrissey talks tea with Victoria Wood
and then i went here
Doctor Who’s Matt Smith Talks Tea – Victoria Wood’s Nice Cup of Tea
and then naturally here
Mark Ruffalo acts out a fan’s dream conversation – The Graham Norton Show
and then i naturally progressed to the Martin Freeman episode of Who Do You Think You Are. and on and on.