a day cannot pass without a fix. today, i killed 2 birds with one stone: tried the mocha surprise and am writing a review of it ;)

while it may not have the strength of coffee (yes, i know its an herbal!), it does have the slight bitterness so it still kinda feels like coffee. it has the caffeine feeling with none of the stuff that’s bad for you :D

there it is again! the taste that makes me smile…is it really licorice? hmmm. it also has a strong but pleasantly sweet aftertaste at the back of my mouth.

it is actually refreshing now that im sipping it after typing every few words.

now that im near the bottom of the cup, i realize that i had not strained the herbs so now i can’t finish my drink :P

next time i will try to prepare it with a whole teaspoon (i used half this time)

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