2821 Tasting Notes
This tin has been sitting, completely untasted, for a long time. So, into the work bag it goes, where I expect to drink it down over the coming weeks at work.
And I feel that it’s going to be difficult, as my first cup was not very good. It was bitter, heavy, and unpleasant.
I will try a very delicate steep next time, and see if that helps, but I’m not much impressed with it, on first go.
Ten teas. Excuse me while I vibrate with disbelief. I currently own ten teas. Ten teas total.
I’d say I’m allowed to place an order now, so I will do so soon.
This has steeped up much better today. I still get a little of the dry mouthfeel, but it’s less bitter.
I can’t say that honey is the main flavor I taste. Maybe next time I’ll add a dollop of actual honey to it.
Backlogged from yesterday.
Hmmm. In theory, I should love this. Honey is one of my very favorite flavors, and this blend is by Harney, a brand that I always enjoy.
But I cannot help but feel that this one has rather missed the mark. The honey is sort of artificial tasting, and the brew leaves a dry feeling in my mouth.
I shall play around with this, as I’ve got a bit of it. I hope I can make it work!
I was really dragging yesterday, and wanted something solid to drink. Bingo!
This is a really nice breakfast blend- strong without being overwhelming, and that is just the ticket when I am feeling that worn out.
I’ve been fighting a bit of a cold, and had some trouble getting to sleep lately, a bad combination. So, nice tea to drink is absolutely essential.
I’m almost done with this! I’m absurdly pleased about that.