Sipdown! Thanks, VariaTea!
Mmm, caffeine. Mmm, spices. Mmm, honey. Haha. I added the honey to help my throat. I quite enjoy this! I wonder if the local store carries this one.
Honestly it’s nice that it’s bagged in cotton. I don’t have to fuss with anything, and it can go right into the compost.
This was the first tea I tried at Kusmi and really I think it is the only one I would get more of. It is nice to have every so often.
Also, I hope you feel better soon. It is that time of the year I guess because I am talking to a friend from high school and she too is sick :(
Yeah. That time of year, indeed! :/ I have a couple of the black teas, but I don’t LOVE them. I’d rather have Damman Freres or Fauchon versions. :) Or Nina’s, since I’m getting into some swaps of their teas!
Nina’s is definitely a far better option when it comes to French teas. I am seriously in love with Nina’s Japon and Je t’aime (which I think everyone on steepster knows by now since I have said it a billion times). I also have a few blacks and they are pleasant enough but really not that memorable.
I have one that’s not labelled. Heh. It’ll be interesting trying to figure that out.
It is like a tiny tea adventure. You have to taste your way to the answer :P
I have been curious about Kusmi and was just looking at their website but I couldn’t tell if they are serious. lol
Serious about what?
to leave a comment.
I mostly drink black tea.
Also: A map of tea places in Vancouver. I’ve been to some of them, but not a lot. If you have any suggestions, please let me know!
Vancouver, BC, Canada