Hey world. I'm at World Tea House, and though I managed to finish little bits of what I needed to do, I didn't actually finish everything.
Oh well. Maybe if I stay up late enough tonight I can get it all done. I just can't let myself start shimmying.
Anyway, I decided to try out another new tea to the tea house, Super Green. It's sencha with matcha. When it brews up, it is bright how-is-this-even-natural-hulk-smash green. It tastes like a high quality green tea. I think it smells a bit like fried chicken. But that could just be me. I seem to be the only one that thinks this.
I think the taste is a bit too much for me by the end of the second cup, but if you were a fan of the taste in the first place, you'd probably love it right till the end of the pot.
When it comes to the re-steep though, it kind of looses a lot of it's super-powers. It seems to have calmed down into a regular-ol Bruce Banner. This isn't necessarily a bad thing in my case, since it's a bit less intense of a flavour, but I don't think I will be buying another pot of it unless I happen to have a specific craving for it, since it is one of the premium teas, and thus a bit more expensive than the regular ones.
In short: Not bad, but not my favourite, personally. If you like a very, very green tea, this would be perfect for you.
Next time I'm here to work, I'll just get a pot of silver needle. I always love silver needle.
'Til next time.