drank lugano pilamisu by Steepers
8 tasting notes

This is a wonderful creamy evening brew. Feels very wintery, but I’ve happily had it during these hot California late summer days.

It reminds me of custard, but with a smoky, roasted quality to it. Coffee and creme, maybe? White chocolate mocha? Faintly, if so. It’s not rich enough to compare it to creme brûlée, but at the same time, that’s my thought.

Flavors: Creamy, Nutty

1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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I am a simple woman when it comes to my tastes. I have a big sweet tooth, and think I fall under the category of those who like sweet/savory flavors. Chocolate is my drug, before tea.

However, complex flavors have always interested me. Too bitter or too sour, though, and it will not keep my attention. Slightly bitter or slightly sour on top of sweet and/or savory, though, and it adds something to a drink or a dish! I’ve also begun to enjoy spiced and spicy flavors much more, as well. Licorice, however, is still not my friend.

I’m an artist, and a writer, with some tech savvy-ness.

I am new to the world of tea as an enthusiast, but I’ve casually enjoyed it off and on throughout my life. I can’t drink coffee due to anxiety and stomach sensitivities, but tea? Tea in the right quantities is luscious. I am also quite the fan of tisanes and blends. Scandalous, I know.

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