A Walk in the Woods

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Dry Grass, Earthy, Maple, Smoke, Sweet, Turmeric
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175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec 3 g 12 oz / 350 ml

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1224 tasting notes

I think I’ve been craving turmeric lately… I made a Mango Golden Milk smoothie for breakfast and also brewed this tea for my work thermos.

I get the “autumn” vibes from the aroma… it’s a little earthy, a little smokey, and very mapley. The flavor is a pleasant mix of those things. The turmeric is present, but there isn’t so much that the tea is peppery/spicy. It leans more toward the sweet side, due to the maple. The green tea base adds some dry grassiness and subtle smokiness which is smoothed nicely under the sweet maple. I’m not getting any of the apple, though.

A pleasant morning cuppa, that works for the cold and rainy winter we are having despite the autumn flavors.

Flavors: Dry Grass, Earthy, Maple, Smoke, Sweet, Turmeric

175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec 3 g 12 OZ / 350 ML

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6106 tasting notes

(52teas (Anne) 2022: 131)

A is for… A Walk in the Woods!

Third tea for today, and another green! This one also introduces one of the themes in the “A” tea names – 4/6 that I located for today just start with “A”. Surprisingly, none starting with Apple.

I hadn’t remembered that this tea contained turmeric, which is among my less-favourite ingredients. Interestingly, the tea didn’t turn vibrant yellow, though, so I guess the effect of the yellow colouration is less when the root isn’t ground up.

Flavour-wise, wasn’t really expecting to like this, and I don’t. It’s earthy and otherwise kind of boring. There is apple in the tea but I don’t really taste it.

ETA: So, I don’t have any 52teas starting with the word “Apple” today because apparently I’ve already drank each of the four once in 2022 already. Haha.

Mastress Alita

In the library world, we never alphabetize using “A”, “An” or “The” (or equivalents from other languages like “La”, “Le”, etc.) I’ve been in the profession for so long now my brain immediately just sees “That starts with a W…” Hahaha. (I now recall how this started a fight with my stepmother once when I saw all her DVDs that started with “The” such as “The Client” were in the Ts, and when I pointed it out, she got super defensive and mad…)


I was debating on whether to follow that logic or not, but decided that it works best in my spreadsheet to include the “A” and “The” as A and T, respectively. It’s also uncommon, otherwise I might have reconsidered!

Mastress Alita

Ya, I’ve never understood why computers don’t just automatically sort by omitting preceding “A/An” “The”. It bothers me enough that I actually have my teas named on my spreadsheet as “Walk in the Woods, A” so it’ll sort correctly… professional hazard, I guess!

(I realize no one else would ever be as anal about something like that as me, heh.)

Martin Bednář

If I have my own spreadsheet, I would do it in the same way as you Mastress Alita. A bit of technical info — omitting is pretty much hard for sorting and slowls it a bit. It takes too much of CPU time (not my knowledge, but my brother’s programmer)

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1810 tasting notes

The apple flavor really seems to have faded, unfortunately. I’m mainly tasting maple, with a touch of turmeric.

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