2778 Tasting Notes

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I am a big Wizarding World fan, so when this tea was available earlier this year I pounced.
It smells amazing, but it never quite brewed up as luscious as it smelled.
Well, a sipdown none the less!

Dustin

That’s how I’m feeling about most of their blends… if the flavor was just a little more present, it would be a great cup of tea!

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drank Boston by Harney & Sons
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I do this every autumn. I wake up the morning, look at the beauty of my cupboard, with all the lovely options, and then reach for Boston again.
I just find it the perfect autumnal blend. It makes me feel a certain rightness in the world.

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74

So far this has been a nice blend. The one detraction is that the mouthfeel is a bit dry.
I feel that this was a tea designed to take milk, so I may try it that way in future.

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63

I’ve brought this with me to the office, to drink it at my desk.
Poor tea has been sadly neglected, which it doesn’t really deserve. Its an ordinary, but generally nice rose black tea.
I really like rose teas, but it is a delicate thing to keep them from being soapy. This one manages to walk that line, and its going to work well on my work desk.

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74

So, in addition to being a tea drinker, I am also a knitter. I am a total cliche, but I adore the times where I can be curled up in my cozy chair, with a big mug of tea and my knitting, and just feel like Miss Marple. So, when I saw that this yarn company (Churchmouse) I snapped it up.
So Churchmouse has a collaboration with Smith Tea Maker, and there are four blends, one for each season. I am predictable, so I grabbed up the one for autumn.
Its a really nice breakfast blend. Sturdy, just the tiniest bit astringent, and well balanced. I think it would take milk and sugar very, very well.
It would also be a great cup of tea to drink while sitting in a big cozy chair and work on a knitting project!

Cameron B.

I’m a knitter, too! ❤

gmathis

Crocheting here. I’m too inattentive to knit properly :)

Shae

Love this! Does cross stitching count? ;) I just picked it up again after several years away and spent the weekend just as you described, sitting cozy under a blanket with a big mug beside me.

gmathis

I miss counted cross-stitch…confounded bifocals!

Shae

Yes, I’m learning my eyes aren’t as good as they used to be!

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drank Touch of Grey by Dem Bones
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And a sipdown for this!
Like Wake the Dead, this tea is a gentle sort of blend, mild but also nice. Mild is sometimes a perfectly soothing cup, and thats where we have ended up with this blend.
I’ve enjoyed these teas. They’ve been fun!

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drank Pushing Up Daisies by Dem Bones
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Sipdown!
I finished this yesterday, which seemed appropriate.
All in all a delicate, mild breakfast blend, which actually made for a refreshing change. I enjoyed it very much.

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drank Pushing Up Daisies by Dem Bones
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Happy Halloween!
I’ve been drinking this at work, where it does very well. Its a very gentle sort of breakfast blend, so it does very well at work, where I am sipping and distracted, rather than in a place of drinking tea in full mindfulness.
It also is appropriately named for today, with all the implied spookiness of Halloween!

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drank Boston by Harney & Sons
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For the last two weeks I’ve been on vacation. It was my first proper vacation in years, and I took advantage, going all the way to Spain and Portugal. It was wonderful, but I didn’t get in as much tea as I wanted, and so I am very happy to be home and reunited with my cupboard.
In my part of the world it is still warm, too warm to be almost Halloween. No matter, I am still going to drink my very autumnal blends.
Even if it doesn’t quite feel like fall, I can still make it taste like fall…

ashmanra

Welcome back! It is fun to get away, but so good to get home. Enjoy your tea!

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drank Pumpkin Spice Chai by The Tea Spot
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Today I am heading out to the pumpkin patch to get the annual gourds to decorate my porch.
So, there is only one thematic choice in my cupboard for today, and this is it.
I’ve added a sugar cube, and am pleased with the result. It mellows the somewhat bitter taste it can have.

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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.
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