The Final Sipdown: Day 12.1
I thought time was flying, and then I realized I let six days slip by without logging something in for TFS. Crazy weekend, coming home exhausted [and falling asleep near immediately] after work, and tomorrow is Thanksgiving in these here United States already. TOMORROW.
Time isn’t flying, it’s apparating.
Why yes, that was a Harry Potter reference, don’tmindmethankyou.
Just about a month left in this crazy challenge and I’m filled with new determination to complete it [though, ironically, four separate tea packages arrived at my house today, only one of which was self-induced]. When it rains, it pours, right? Not that I’m really sad about it all…of all the things to be showered in, tea hardly merits a complaint.
But I digress.
The tea. It tasted like a darker oolong, but apparently it isn’t? Or maybe it is?
Um, I’m not sure what it’s supposed to be but it had a kind of roasty quality to it. Nothing sparking any kind of major interest here. It’s not a bad tea, but it’s not a terribly interesting tea for me. And yet it’s not quite bland enough to be meh…it’s just above meh…
I should not be allowed to write logs tonight, despite the fact that I have clearly been endowed with a super-human ability for succinctness.
Right, try again. Darker flavors with a roasty quality. Maybe just a shadow of the honeyed, buttery, nectary tones I usually get out of the greener oolongs, but not nearly enough to be a game changer for me. Not particularly complex. If I chance across it later in life, I’d be willing to try it again, but I won’t be buying it. Nevertheless I appreciate the opportunity to try it, and perhaps even more so…
I appreciate the opportunity to [symbolically] decupboard it [as I never actually cupboarded it in the first place, it seems].
Teas Downed: 19