1 earl grey tea bag, steeped for three minutes in the hot chocolate
Verdict - the flavours work very well together. The rosewater is the most distinctive flavour but it’s balanced out by the earl grey background flavour so that it’s not so strong. The vanilla is just kinda there making things better as usual. Yes this was good.
Hey mama!! How ya doin'? Great, I hope? I just wanted to ask what Levi's favorite tea was? My personal favorite is silver needle white tea :3 And what's yours?? We always like to know about you, mama :) Have a great day!! :D
Levi’s favorite is black tea. Mine is black vanilla milk tea
Stay warm with a delicious and hot drink this winter. Some ideas of what you may want to try are:
❄Yujacha or citron tea
❄Ginger and lemon tea
❄Tulsi turmeric and ginger tea
❄Strawberry and vanilla flavored black tea
❄Thai milk tea
❄Matcha green tea
❄Hot vanilla and honey milk (use any milk substitute if needed, almond milk is my favorite substitute)
❄Coffee or Chicory
❄Homemade instant Russian tea
▫It’s easy to put together. All you need is:
1 jar of orange Tang drink mix
1 ½ c. sugar
2 tsp. cinnamon
½ c. lemonade drink mix
½ c. instant tea mix
1 tsp. ground cloves
Mix all these dry ingredients together and store in a glass jar. To serve, pour 2-3 teaspoons into a mug of hot water and stir.
d: drink you had last - drinking vanilla black tea as we speak
e: easiest person to talk to - the twitter squad, my friend SeleneK and others~
f: favorite song - Oh gosh, I have so many! I guess that my all-time favorite song throughout the years has been “Atom Heart Mother” by Pink Floyd, but several songs by Cynic, Marina and the Diamonds and The Gathering should be included.
g: grossest memory - The time that I had an allergic reaction to a med that lead me to have convulsions and puke on the ambulance on the way to the hospital… basically I turned into the girl from the Exorcist lol
h: hogwarts house - Slytherin
i: in love? Yes.
j: jealous of people - I try not to pay attention to other people too much, but of course sometimes I get more jealous than I would like to…
k: killed someone - with kidness ;)
l: love at first sight or should I walk by again? - Eh tbh I’m very “love at first sight”, even though of course true love comes with time… but I’ve always been attracted to the person I eventually fell in love with pretty much right away :)
m: middle name - Maria
n: number of siblings - none
o: one wish - I’m gonna purposely avoid “serious” stuff like world peace, be happy surrounded by people who love me bla bla bla… so I’m gonna say FOR IBUN TO COME BACK SOMEDAY.
p: person you called last - my dad
q: question you are always asked - “Where are you living now?“ (since everyone and their mother knows that I lived abroad for a period of time so they’re surprised to see me when I’m in my hometown I guess :‘3)
r: reason to smile - Saiyuki, twitter squad, discord squad, my cat, all the important people in my life
s: song you sang last - "Ghost Love Score” by Nightwish (the Floor Jansen version 'cause I wanted to challenge myself lol)
t: time you woke up - 7 am
u: underwear color - black with teal polka dots
v: vacation destination - Scandinavia (been to Sweden and Finland but need to explore more), US (been to Florida but wanna visit many more states), Asia (Japan, China, Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia and so on), Russia and Ireland (been to Ireland already and I love it!)
w: worst habit - skin picking, especially around my fingers, but also lips and scalp to a lesser extent.
x: x-rays - never
y: your favourite food - anything spicy, I really like curries and spicy broths/soups, also pizza ofc~
Jasmine Tea, Vanilla Latte, Rose Hip Tea - lmao all of those sound like literally the last thing you'd drink so here's a more "you" drink: Hot Chocolate (spiked with fireball, of course).
Jasmine Tea : If you could go anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?
Well, Paris seems quite interesting because of all the art museums there I could spend days in. I’d also love to go hiking in like the Adirondacks. I mean I’d be quite happy with a vacation to anywhere right about now.
Vanilla Latte : Board games or drinking games?
Clearly the answer is drunk board games.
Rose Hip Tea : Describe your first kiss
High school, was with a group of friends and I don’t even remember how it started but this one guy that I found annoying was like “lol there’s no way you’d kiss (friend that was sitting beside me)”, and I think we both wanted to piss him off so I totally went for it. Yeah.
Hot Chocolate : Are you an affectionate person?
I mean it’s complicated? I can be. I will say that I’m not an unaffectionate person.
cobbled together from Quaker Oats’ “Vanishing Oatmeal Cookies” and
Nestle’s “Oatmeal Scotchies” and then tweaked to be more Johnly (extra
unexpected spices and actual tea–which happens to look like gunpowder).
½ cup plus 6 tablespoons butter, softened ¾ cup firmly packed brown sugar ½ cup granulated sugar 2 eggs 2 tsps vanilla extract 1-½ cups all-purpose flour 2 to 4 teabags of vanilla black tea (or tea of your choosing) 1 tsp baking soda 2 tsps ground cinnamon 1/8 tsp ground nutmeg ½ tsp salt 3 cups oats (quick or old fashioned, uncooked) 1 cup butterscotch chips (or more)
Heat oven to 350°F. In large bowl, beat butter and sugars on medium
speed of electric mixer until creamy. Add eggs and vanilla; beat well. In medium bowl, combine flour, baking soda, cinnamon, nutmeg, and salt; cut open tea bags and sprinkle in tea and mix well. Add the flour/spices mixture to the butter/sugar mixture and combine. Add oats and butterscotch chips and combine. Drop
dough by rounded tablespoonfuls onto
ungreased cookie sheets. (I flatten the balls just a little but you do
what you want). Bake 8 to 10 minutes or until light golden
brown (on the shorter side for chewy cookies, longer side for crunchy
cookies). Cool 2 minutes on cookie sheets; remove to wire rack. Cool
completely. Store tightly covered.
Hanging loose with this nice bottle of wine. Loads of cassis, blackberries, fresh wood, cedar box, spices, dark tea, cocoa, and vanilla on the nose. Blackberries, boysenberries, black tea, vanilla, cedar, and cocoa on the palate. Quite balanced and structured.
Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot, Malbec, Cabernet Franc