11 Tasting Notes
A tea Leah makes me drink when she things I’m getting a cold even when I insist that Asgardians are immune to such mortal illnesses. However, it’s pretty good for a forced drink, especially if you sneak in a taste of sugar when she’s not looking. However, it does have a slight odor resembling the pledge of lemons.
This one tastes like the mortal human drink Aide of Cool but, it’s tea and that makes it very Adult and a Grown Up Thing To Sip Mockingly While Twirling My Mustache. It’s entirely different and I wouldn’t understand younger readers to understand the experience. LOL. (P.S. Drink with sugar and don’t steep too long, otherwise delicious.)
A tea that I only tried because a certain (annoying female) was hounding me to drink more tea with berries in them. However, for a girl’s tea, it’s pretty delicious, just don’t tell her I said so. I drink it with sugar to give it a little more of the sweetness I’m fond of.
This tea has a definite smokey/woody flavour to it that hits right as you taste it like Volstagg on a powdered pastry. I drink it with milk and sugar. Good for the days you feel like you need using a word like “robust” to describe yourself.
A tea I picked up on a whim and has become a regular for me. It has a naturally fruity taste and is good with milk and sugar. Perfect for when your friend has already walked the four miles to the well for the water despite your urging that she is an enchantress of sorts and likely there’s a much easier magical workaround.