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Tomorrow last subject exam. Tomorrow, or in Thursday or… maybe some other chance? During next semester?
Actually I really hope!
My nerves (Nervus in Lithuanian)… No, I really don’t feel prepared. I was trying to focus on it, but I am as well somehow sleepy. It is 6 pm… I think I will go to Uni earlier tomorrow to focus on studies. I really would like have it over. I just need to relax a bit today…
Tea itself I thought is camomile based, but apparently not. There are quite lots of lavender in, bit earthy because of lemon balm. Unfortunately, refreshing notes of peppermint is not there. But tea itself is nice and there are no off notes.
Flavors: Earth, Lavender
I have no idea where I got this tea.
Ah, yeah – postcrossing again. Sittin´ in my drawer for three months. Today was the time!
I had to translate the taste because the bag is not helpful at all. Just 3-5 minutes suggested steeping time is something I translated. And… it is caffeine free. And by drawing mint have to be in.
Let´s see. Translation says it is minty tea with citrus fruits. Sounds interesting. Boiling water in, tea bag in…
citrus notes! Fresh mint notes! probably translation was right.
5 minutes gone, time to remove the tea bag. Colour of brew is dark orange, quite clear. Smells heavily after citrus fruits, mostly orange with lemon. Little oily film on top.
The body is based on mint. Fresh mint which is cooling down. Then a citrus notes start to appear, making it quite sweet taste. It does not linger much, but it is nice to drink in the evening though.
Not a bad choice.
Flavors: Citrusy, Lemon, Mint, Orange
Well, it is kind of far. About 350 km (218 mi) away by car; meaning 6 hours in car, or about 8 hours by train.
Sorry for that, but I think I can´t go there :(
No worries! I didn’t expect you to go there! I thought it might be near enough to you that you might know some places to recommend that she go, whether historical sites or tea rooms! :)