Sunday, February 22, 2015

Lapsang Souchong and Butterflies


I think this is one of my...I can't really say favorite because I don't really have favorite teas.  I guess it could just be called one of the many teas I really like. I think that perhaps one of the reasons is because of it's smoky flavor, and it reminds me of the campfires we have in the summer to burn the bits of wood that somehow end up laying around our yard. It also reminds me of when I was two and a half or three years old, and lived in Guatemala. Some of the people there cooked over wood fires. 

I can just say that whatever the reason, I really like this tea. 

Tasting notes: smoky, very slightly astringent, slightly fruity, and a little nutty. 

I don't know why, but this tea for some reason is reminding me of butterflies on flowers. So, here are some non-tea photographs, I hope that is not too much of a problem! 

A just flower picture I decided to throw in

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