264 Tasting Notes
Such a long day.
A good day, but a long one… therefore I’m finally sitting down to a nice cuppa one of my favourite blacks.
Edmonton water is a little different from what I had on the island, but this tastes lovely and creamy.. like dark hot chocolate that has been made with big red robe instead of milk. Just delicious as always.
Holy hannah this is good!
I got 4 oz and I’m now down to 2.. It’s been about a month. Nothin’ crazy but I love that I don’t have to hoard this stuff.
I think my favourite way to drink this is with my bombilla. I add just boiled water to half my desired water, let it steep for 30 seconds, then add in some room temperature water. That way I can drink it immediately, and it’s delicious.
salted caramel brownie…..
I’m in loooove
I’m having this for my mid-afternoon tea.
I just got home to the biggest bouquet of flowers I’ve ever gotten in my life! It was full of two dozen tulips and one red rose. It made me smile to no end.
Some days you get just what you need to make you smile and trudge on with the knowledge that things will get better in the end. (Sometimes it’s hard to see that when you spend weeks locked away studying..).
So here I am, sipping this tea that has a lovely creamy maple edge, supported by a nice strong black. I’m not sure what the blend is made of as it didn’t come with any information at the store, but it’s delicious. Not malty, but thick and supportive. Terrible description but I do my best.
Anyways, this is definitely a tea I really enjoy on the random occasion. I am slightly hoarding it away as it came from the interior of BC and I doubt I will be able to get any anytime soon if I run out (small scale business). For that reason – it’s a special occasion tea that I adore.
Happy tulip season everyone =)