No doubt about it. Today requires a fabulous Earl Grey. And this is a fabulous Earl Grey.
49 Tasting Notes
Another day, another lovely cup of tea. There’s no “I” in tea, but there’s a lot of tea in it!
Needless to say, any tea by a company that calls themselves “TeaPig” can’t be less than absolutely fabulous. And Silver Tips White Tea lives up to the TeaPig standards!! I had a cup today! So lovely! Will have to have another cup tomorrow!
Tea tea tea! Ti Quan Yin! Tea tea tea! I should take some of this to work — I drink more tea there! Yay tea, Ti Quan Yin!
Oops, steeped it a little overlong, but it’s still tasty. Nom.
I kind of want black tea. But I also kind of want to sleep tonight. Surely it’s early enough that I’ll be ok. Harrod’s Assam FTW!
Oh no! My last cup of RaJini! I think I might have to make a trip to the tea store! Lovely lovely tea!
Finally remembered to pick more of this up. Hoorah!
Should probably not be drinking a black tea, but an earl grey on this overcast marine morning is irresistible.
Another chilly grey marine-aired PNW morning. Genmaicha FTW!
Aaaand another box of this stuff down. adding to shopping list
Oh dear, on my last cup of this finally. I will have to get some more. It’s a lovely, productive cuppa…
Oh, Earl Grey, how I love you. It’s a nice partially sunny day outside, but it’s foggy and cold and dreary in my head, but with you everything is cozy. And maybe in a bit I’ll wake up a little.
About to start in on my second cup of dragonwell for the day. So green and lovely, just like all the plants outside where I’d rather be than inside working…
Friday — a rainy dreary Friday. That requires a lovely tea. With caffeine. OM NOM NOM.
It’s a dreary, rainy, cold, damp, sleepy day in Seattle and I need a cuppa. Mmmmm.
Have had an iced chai craving lately. This isn’t iced, but it is chai. Hopefully I don’t regret this as I’m increasingly sensitive to caffeine… but chai is so tasty.
Need nice warm comfort food tea and genmaicha fits the bill today!
Mmm. After a cherry cobbler this has a distantly smoky taste, not gunpowder smoky, just… distant & lazy. Nice, big round, forest-y (but not pine-y) green today.
I love genmaicha. So green and toasty!
Nice Moroccan mint-y sort of tea. Can’t really taste the vanilla, but the balance of green and mint is very pleasant.
Ah, that’s a nice cuppa.
It looks like dragonwell, it tastes like a dragonwell, but until I can have a work friend translate the tin (hopefully it’s Chinese on it!), I won’t know for sure. We’re going to roll with dragonwell for the moment though. A friend brought it and some other lovely teas back for me from Singapore. It’s been a long time since I picked up dragonwell, I don’t know why, because I do really enjoy it. Mmmm. Dragonwell!
There’s my Ti Kuan Yin…