2797 Tasting Notes
So I’d brought this with me to work, for casual work sipping, and I cleaned it off yesterday.
I have not been inclined to log it, which should tell you what I think about it.
It was almost a non entity, hardly registering as I drunk it down.
I’m afraid I find that to be a common factor for almost all Bird and Blend teas…. ok, but not enough to really impress me.
The performances over the week went better and better, though I was thoroughly exhausted by the end of it.
Today I am feeling a little more rested, and am ready to face the week.
I have a lot of Nanowrimo to write this week. Rehersal and the shows have been eating my time, so I am quite behind, but I will figure it out.
So, for today, so nice relaxing lavender to help my day.
I’ve decided to bring this as the current work desk tea, as its very nice. It will be a good work companion, solid, dependable, strong.
And strong is needed this week. Tech week is progressing just as tech week always does, which is to say it makes you wonder why you ever decided to peruse the arts at all.
So, right on schedule then.
It also means late nights, so a strong work tea is absolutely essential
Its Tech Week, and if you’ve ever been in a play before you know that means that this is the point where you rethink all your life decisions and get to bed veeery late.
So I am going to need all the tea this week, and the good stuff too.
But Tower is proving a sweet and nurturing friend this week, and I am very glad to be drinking it.
I keep finding the same thing over and over with the Bird and Blend teas- namely that the taste never lives up to the smell.
I wish this tea was just… more. Its in no way unpleasant, but it is not special.
Its the current work desk tea, which is sometimes what I do when it is time to sip a tea all the way down.
There is nothing unpleasant about this tea, it’s just a big forgettable…..