I decided to get back into the habit, seeing as the weather is (somewhat) appropriate for tea these days in the Pacific Northwest.
One of many Dragon Well green tea blends, and only slightly smoky. I’m not actually one for most green teas or most smoky teas, but I’m okay with this one—but it’s not a favorite of mine.
This, on the other hand, I love. It’s one of the only white teas I do love, and mostly because for once the earthiness of a white tea is the perfect base for the lightness of the peach. Also, it isn’t as loaded with caffeine as the black peach teas I do drink.
Rooibos is a pleasant night-time treat. I find I prefer this tea hot, but as a cold iced tea, chocolate mint works quite well. (Stick to brewing it for 7 minutes if you prefer the chocolate notes to those of the rooibos.)
3 thoughts on “Daily Tea for 2010 September 26”
So is there a whole line of teas called Moo Teas? It seems so appropriate for you. And why would they be called that, unless they came with milk somehow already mixed in?
Nope, they’re just images someone made for me. It’s not a line of teas. (I was a little worried about that being misleading… so I try to put the company names beneath the name of the tea as well.)
Ah. I did see names under the images, but I was not tea-savvy enough to sort out possible names and things to be named (company, product line, product, type, etc.).
The images are very cute and Zen-like. My compliments to the person who made them.
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