1812 Tasting Notes
Finishing off the last of this! Very berry tasting.
Full review, here: http://www.createwritedrink.com/2016/01/tea-review-tuesday-review-of-boston-tea.html
Full review, here: http://www.createwritedrink.com/2015/12/tea-review-tuesday-review-whispering.html
I am not entirely sure why I keep drinking this tea. It is one of those teas, where you know it is good, and the tea is quality, but for whatever reason, you simply do not like it, despite liking other teas that are akin to it. Oh well, from a caffeine standpoint, it gets the job done.
Good stuff! Enjoying this as a nice morning cup. Really an excellent blend of tea and fruit.
Full review, here: http://www.createwritedrink.com/2015/11/tea-review-tuesday-review-of-upton-tea.html
Once again, doing slightly-strange things with this tea in the name of “just wanting a pot of tea at my desk at work.” Two bags of this, two bags of Peet’s Earl Grey with Bergamot. Indeterminate steep time. Tastes decent to me!
Seriously, if you love this blend, try mixing it 1:1 with Chocolate Macaroon by DavidsTea.
I would steep for the full seven minutes, too, in order to get the best peanut butter flavor possible.
You may also want to try 2:1 Peanut Butter Cup-to-Chocolate Macaroon. I initially tried this, before trying 1:1, and the peanut butter was not actually that much more stronger, as I had hoped it would be.
Thank you, Spencer. I came home too late to drink caffeinated tea, but I have parked these two side by side so that I won’t forget when the right moment presents itself.
Right! Well…Saturday morning is right around the corner, and hopefully you do not have to work on Saturdays! I know what I will be drinking, tomorrow morning…