Anyways I’m gonna have #tea. It was a fellow I call my Crimney who introduced me to Earl Grey. Tea is a respite from many things.
My parents used to drink Jasmine, and for a while I didn’t drink #tea. Thanks to Crimney I nowadays can drink an Earl Grey/Jasmine blend.
(It’s @mightyleaf‘s Beatles Blend, by the way. A unique green/black #tea blend, which are rare enough.)
On @uptontea‘s Earl Grey Lavender: I didn’t notice the lavender very much. It was all Earl Grey, practically speaking. #tea
On @uptontea‘s Earl Grey Blue Flower: the corn flowers round out the taste, but not as much as mallow flowers would. Just a preference. #tea
@TwiningsTeaUK @katiedidwhat I mostly enjoy full leaf tea. So currently it’s just Lady Grey which I found on Amazon.
For lovers of Earl Grey tea and chocolate tea, @uptontea‘s Earl Grey Chocolate is bliss. #tea #teaisgood
@winnie3k It’s even a pretty tea to look at! Which I love for a complete tea experience.
Whoever blends this Almond Sugar Cookie #tea has my eternal gratitude. #teaisgood
@gailcarriger the solution is almost always tea, at least for me, heh. I’m glad the link is useful!
Getting through the day with Almond Sugar Cookie, obtained from @PerennialTea in Seattle. It is the most divine cookie tea I’ve ever tasted.
@Pixelfish I find that blending in a good vanilla tea will sooth a lack of milk for an Earl Grey.
@Pixelfish It really depends on the vanilla tea you’re using, too. You want one that is really vanilla-y to the point of marshmallows.
@Pixelfish Hmm. I might try Numi’s version of vanilla black tea. It should have been called Marshmallow.
Drinking my first maté, @queenmarytearm‘s Afternoon Tango. Like a chocolate banana. Bit fussy to brew, somewhat like a green tea that way.
It’s becoming a nightly tea ritual for me—@mightyleaf‘s Calming Moon, which manages to live up to its name. To bed, after a few things.