1398 Tasting Notes
Surprise! This tastes like peppermint!
I’m always saying I’m not a fan of herbals, but I usually enjoy them when I have one. Unless James pulls some Yogi bag out of the medicinal tea drawer. Those rarely go over well for me. I don’t normally drink tea after dinner, though sometimes I do have a sleep blend if I feel I need one. Tonight, my stomach is crampy so I’m sitting in a comfy chair with a soft blanket, a heating pad, and this simple peppermint tea. Hopefully one of these items helps and I can go to bed soon.
I haven’t been sleeping well lately. For a while now, really. James insisted on making a cup of this for me before bed tonight. I didn’t protest. I really love this blend and I really want to sleep. Is there anyone else who enjoys this one as much as I do? I’d love to find a replacement.
Once again, I’m late to the party. This time for National Junk Food Day, which was nearly a full week ago! Took some time off work, didn’t look at my calendar, and missed it entirely. But here I am, squeezing it in before the end of the month with a cookie tea. I’ll admit that my favorite junk food would be something salty. I love Cheez-Its or some Lays Classic chips. Didn’t really want to go looking for a salty tea (though I probably have something that would have worked in there), so I decided to go the sweet route with some molasses cookies. Now, this is an old tea, one of the older ones in my cupboard, and I don’t remember at all what it tasted like fresh. Now, it’s simply a nice honeybush. That’s my own fault. I’m sure at one point it tasted like molasses, spices, or cookies (maybe, hopefully, all three), but I left a single serving in the pouch and now it’s just honeybush. I’m guessing I must have liked it, because I saved that single serving. Why do I do that to myself?