had this today too. bed time now. overtired and overwhelmed. tomorrow will be a better day.
“had this today too. bed time now. overtired and overwhelmed. tomorrow will be a better day.” Read full tasting note
“Sooooo... my baggie reads "Other Random Black Golden Tip" - is it this one, or the other one?! Ahhhhhhh :P I'll have to find the first one and see if there's any visual difference or anything,...” Read full tasting note
“Sil, is this the "smokey black tea from China?" Last time I logged it under 'Random Steepings', LOL. Oh well, no matter, it's a sipdown! I didn't find it really to be THAT smokey, but it was...” Read full tasting note
“1 tablespoon for 375 ml Smooth, slight creamy mouth-feel. No astringency. Very slight licorice-like sugary sweetness in background. Thanks to *Sil* for sharing this with me!” Read full tasting note
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Sooooo… my baggie reads “Other Random Black Golden Tip” – is it this one, or the other one?! Ahhhhhhh :P I’ll have to find the first one and see if there’s any visual difference or anything, otherwise I may never know…. (Sil, Raritea – any clarification on this? I know you guys packed it up :D).
Anyhow, my house is shockingly cool enough for me to want warm tea! This coming on a day where we hit 32C, and 42C with the humidex. Good work, A/C! (Gonna be expensive though, eeps!) So I grabbed a couple random-ish teas from one of the various billion boxes upstairs to make a bit more headway on smaller samples.
This tea, although not bad, isn’t really my thing. I think I brewed it a bit weak (maybe 2 min wasn’t enough), though that’s not really an issue – it’s just more hay-y than chocolatey, and I much prefer a good dose of chocolate. That said, there’s no astringency, and it’s warm and malty… certainly a good tea for those with a greater acceptance of black teas than me!
Thanks for sharing some of it with me, Sil!
ETA: Re-steep was unremarkable.
Sil, is this the “smokey black tea from China?”
Last time I logged it under ‘Random Steepings’, LOL.
Oh well, no matter, it’s a sipdown!
I didn’t find it really to be THAT smokey, but it was tasty, with an interesting menthol taste & tip of tongue sensation during the last couple of sips!