Clipper Gold Loose Leaf

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  • “Thick fog this morning. Me _and_ the weather. (Right now, any weather phenomenon that involves moisture is serious atmospheric news.) So a kick out the door was in order. This did it, although,...” Read full tasting note
    gmathis 1735 tasting notes
  • “In his novel "Night Watch", Terry Pratchett describes Capt. Sam Vimes tea as "just how he liked it - stewed orange in an old boot". Vimes would be very happy to join me this morning. The second,...” Read full tasting note
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    ashmanra 1845 tasting notes

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8 Tasting Notes

1735 tasting notes

Thick fog this morning. Me and the weather. (Right now, any weather phenomenon that involves moisture is serious atmospheric news.)

So a kick out the door was in order. This did it, although, due to my kitchen sloppiness, I picked up a little bit of yesterday’s Marco Polo in the cup as well. Delicacy with hobnail boots. (Yeah, I know, WASH the tea strainer, don’t just rinse it. I will. Tomorrow. Maybe.)

Bonnie

nice delicacy and hobnail boots

CupofTree

wow too bad I can’t send you some rain, its nearly flooding here because of hurricane Ike out west.

gmathis

Floods aren’t fun, either! We may get some remnants of Isaac by end of the week, so we hear! (Hopefully AFTER he has tamed down!)
Rainy weather is so tea-friendly, though!

CupofTree

oh good, that’ll give you some needed water then! Issac should definitely tame down by then.
yes, rainy weather is the BEST for tea :)

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1845 tasting notes

In his novel “Night Watch”, Terry Pratchett describes Capt. Sam Vimes tea as “just how he liked it – stewed orange in an old boot”. Vimes would be very happy to join me this morning. The second, and I mean, the VERY second the boiling water hit the tea, a very strong aroma issued forth. This is strong tea. If you are looking for nuance, you won’t find it here. If you want a tea to kick your fanny out the door and remind you to eat your veggies OR ELSE, you can stop looking. This got a 5 out of 5 stars on Amazon reviews so people must love it. Mine came from Bewley’s in Dublin, Ireland where my daughter picked it up for me. We’ll try the Irish Afternoon later…..when we have recovered.

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