Mmm, after that little rooibos misadventure this is really hitting the spot. So much for deciding to have no more caffeine for the day, heh

I remember the first time I drank this, while I loved it, I found I didn’t understand why it was called ‘cream’ since I wasn’t picking up on it, but I sure am noticing it now! It’s SO creamy, that I can’t believe I didn’t notice it before. To the point that I just want to guzzle its comfortingness instead of calmly enjoying like the image of white tea I have in my mind. :) Not that that’s a bad thing of course.

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Hello! I’m a 24 year old Canadian, currently working at Starbucks while I figure out what I want to do with myself in life, haha.

Like most everyone else, I grew up with teabags, and then discovered the grass really WAS greener on the other side with loose leaf. Nowadays I drink nearly exclusively loose, but will drink a bagged tea if I don’t care what I’m having.

My favorite kind of tea is black, and unflavored, although I do enjoy an occasional dessert black. I like whites second best. I’ve recently been dipping my toes into honeybush tisanes, greens and oolongs.

My favorite vendors are Butiki Teas and Verdant Teas. Both have fantastic teas, above and beyond customer service (especially Butiki), and fair prices for their very high quality teas. I can’t recommend them enough.

Purely for tasting notes references, I don’t use any additives for my teas. Older tasting notes for blacks was with milk+sugar, and then with just milk. Whites, oolongs, greens and herbals are all drunk straight unless otherwise specified in the notes.



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