The last of this. It was not bad, but I am not sad to see it go.
“The last of this. It was not bad, but I am not sad to see it go.” Read full tasting note
“Second cup (but not second steep)! This time, I'm armed with those molasses maple cookies I made earlier. I heated a few of them up slightly, because they're best when warm. Do "cookies"...” Read full tasting note
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Second cup (but not second steep)!
This time, I’m armed with those molasses maple cookies I made earlier. I heated a few of them up slightly, because they’re best when warm.
Do “cookies” count as an additive? Because unless it’s for a specific reason, I don’t normally put anything in my tea anymore. Earl Greys require a little milk for me, and perhaps a little sugar. A few other teas might as well, on a case-by-case basis. With honey, I have to be certain of what I’m pouring it into, because I tend to use really nice honeys that have so much character on their own, I want to make sure I’m not compromising the flavour of my tea with my honey.
Anyway, I started out intending to just drink this cup and nibble a couple of warm molasses cookies. I quickly found myself dunking them instead.
THEY WORK QUITE WELL TOGETHER, I’D SAY.