It’s nice enough I suppose, but I still don’t like Laoshan Black. Enter: honey. Honey makes (almost) every tea palatable.
oh i am having a day…… wish that statement were true of people. it would make me feel better to coat them with any manner of things….
LOL. I can see you going around dumping chocolate on people and “tarring” them with marshmallows or cookie crumbles.
That should be “tarring” them with chocolate, “feathering” with marshmallows or cookie crumbles.
Hm. Me likey this idea, Miss OMGsrsly and JustJames.
I’ll set it aside for you, MissB!
Oh geez. Reading comprehension fail. MissB likes the IDEA, not necessarily the tea. I’ll still set it aside if you’re interested!
i need to play with this tea more. for the most part it just seems to taste like LB + ZR
I know I’m in the minority, but LB = bleh. This mostly tastes like LB.
if we used caramel sauce we could double the effect and offer waxing as well…. that would make me feel a tad more chipper. it’s not a good day. i’m feeling…. un-nice. caramel waxing might fit the bill.
That would definitely be some interesting salon.
it would make me happy…. well today at least. i usually like xmas. i’m ready to put on my headphones. start sculpting and come up for air on the 28th at this point…..
Sounds like a good plan. :)
Oh, I meant the whole shebang. The idea, the tea, the all of the awesomeness coming out of these comments and tealog. ;)
Haha. It is pretty awesome, isn’t it. Everyone is sod offering and creative and it’s awesome. :)
sod offering = so different. Sigh.
=0) random entertaining trivia: did you know that Sod’s Law is an old term for Murphy’s Law? maybe that’s why it’s glitching in that direction….
to leave a comment.
I mostly drink black tea.
Also: A map of tea places in Vancouver. I’ve been to some of them, but not a lot. If you have any suggestions, please let me know!
Vancouver, BC, Canada