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Forgot to save, again.
And Sipdown. Probably not a temporary one, since I’m currently not planning to make another order from GEPA, and I don’t know where I’d be able to buy their teas in a physical store(GEPA chocolate is sold in organic supermarkets, but not GEPA tea).
Had originally meant to brew the Assam Tonga this morning, but realized I must have run out. Well, this worked too, it wasn’t too weak this time – though I used a lot of leaf, three heaped teaspoons, and “heaped” is an understatement for the first two – the leaf was hanging over on the sides, and the “heap” was about as high as the spoon was wide.(When I said that I underleafed “this time” in my previous tasting note, I did not mean that I had overleafed this tea before, but that I had recently overleafed on several other teas before the last time I had this.)
Like most breakfast teas, it works with real milk or oat milk(or presumably soymilk, too).
Huh, think I *under*leafed this time – that could have been stronger.
Yet another tea I’ve had for years, but had to add before I could log it. I’ve had it so long I almost forgot what was the original reason why I made that order from GEPA – Eukalyptus honey, which improves the taste of many herbal teas, and for which they seemed to be the only source back then.