2778 Tasting Notes

80
drank Camilla's Blend by Harney & Sons
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And sipdown!
Another 100 degree day, so this may, once again, be the only cup I can stomach.
This was very nice, but not a repeat blend in the cupboard. I stand by my earlier opinion of Tower of Londons younger sister. A fun brew, but lacking the sophistication of tower.

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99
drank Yume by Lupicia
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Current time is 6:30 a.m. Current temprature is 77 degrees outside, 83 in my house, because the world is terrible.
Current (and possibly only) tea is Yume, one of the Lupicia holiday offerings that I like to drink in the summer time.
I am already sweating. I am already uncomfortable. And later today I need to drive a long distance in a car with a wonky air conditioner.
Uuuugh.
Even the soft fruit and rose flavors of this tea will not help, and I sincerely doubt I’ll be able to bring myself to drink more tea today.

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80
drank Camilla's Blend by Harney & Sons
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Cup of tea this morning.
I’ve reached the stage where, though I like this, I’m eager to get it sipped down, so I find myself reaching for it with surprising frequency.
Its simple and fruity and nice of a hot morning.

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drank Diamond Jubilee by Harney & Sons
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So my tin of this has moved to the work desk, which is going to help my consumption of it.
I don’t like this as well as I like the similar Royal Palace. The grapefruit is stronger in this, and I find it less well balanced.
But the flavors are right for a 97 degree day, let me tell you.

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82
drank Carol by Lupicia
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And a summer sipdown!
I know Lupicia thinks this is a holiday blend, but I must respectfully disagree. I think its best as a spring and summer tea. The flavors make the most sense that way.
The good/bad thing about Lupicia is that their tins, while beautiful, are not particularly big. But that allows the tea to be enjoyed and not outstay its welcome.
I feel good about this sipdown, as one of my goals this year was to drink my warm weather teas in the warm weather, so I can focus on the fall flavors without guilt. You know, in a million years when fall arrives.

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80
drank Camilla's Blend by Harney & Sons
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This is rapidly turning into my “I need a second cup of tea” cup. It does a good job in that criteria!

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66
drank Damask Rose by Lupicia
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I’m more interested in drinking this down now than the tea itself. Its not a bad blend, but I’ve had better rose teas, and when this is sipped down I won’t bring it back.
Of course, I said that after the last tin I had, and look where we are now, so I obviously cannot be trusted.

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97
drank Vanilla Comoro by Harney & Sons
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And, somehow, this is my last tea bag of this. Eeek!
Well, the no tea till autumn ban continues in full force. No more of this for a good long while, I’m afraid.
So long for now, Cormoro!

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73
drank Queen's Muscat Oolong by Lupicia
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And, now that I’m back from class (one sock done! Second sock started!) the tiredness has hit.
I’ve opted for oolong, instead of black tea, mainly cuz its what sounded good. And this is really nice! Its a refreshing cup, just the right speed for an afternoon in summer.

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80
drank Camilla's Blend by Harney & Sons
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Before I went to my class I had a cup of this, as I could feel the tiredness start to build, and it helped. (I am learning to knit socks!) and it was pretty darn good.
My initial impression on this one hold true- very nice but not exceptional. Very pretty tin. I am a sucker for a very pretty tin (what do I do with the empty tins? I have a small scrap yard of very pretty tins without purposes and I either need to give them function or get rid of them, and lets be honest, I’m not getting rid of them….)

gmathis

I’m impressed! I distract too easily to knit.

Rosehips

My best friend taught me a couple of years ago. I was skeptical, but now my house is about 75% yarn, so she was right that it would take over my entire life.

gmathis

I am a very rudimentary crocheter…nothing elegant, but scarves and hats for our church mission center; however, when it gets hot, the Bag O’Projects just gapes at me from my chair. Oh, well, October’s coming. (Two balls of yarn left unattended will mate and multiply. As will two sheets of scrapbook paper, or two thrift store books. Tribbles, all of them!)

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I love tea! I confess that I was a hot chocolate lover for most of my life, but recently a switch has gone off in my brain, and suggested that I might just love tea. And I do!
I’m a bit of a novice, but an enthusiastic one, and am happily sipping new varieties all the time.
I love vanilla, fruity, and caramel flavors, and cant wait to try more.

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