AAAAAAAAAA THIS DAY HAS BEEN EVEN MORE RIDICUOUS THAN I ALREADY THOUGHT IT WOULD BE. So those high winds I mentioned earlier? Yeah, like gale-force, and meant trains were cancelled, roads were closed, and various other impediments to travel. And I’m taking a train to Heathrow Airport first thing tomorrow morning. Oh hello, panic attack, how much am I not surprised to see you again?
Oh yeah, and I got dumped.
Calmer now, as trains appear like they’ll be up and running by tomorrow morn danced angrily in my kitchen to angry lady hippity hop music for a while and made a cup of mambo.
And it’s a smooth and gentle brew. I’m definitely getting the cocoa notes in the beginning, with a subtle aroma almost reminiscent of apricot. Whoever aid that this tastes of cocoa-dusted peaches isn’t far off. This flows into an earthier, autumn leaf finish. I tend to take my black teas more robust and punchy than this one, but as this is a bit oolong-y as well, it makes for a lovely change of pace.
And this time tomorrow night, I’ll have nearly touched down in sunny Los Angeles, where I expect to be bought strong drinks until I forget that I was ever seeing someone in the first place.