Today's tea was my 'bonus' tea that I got because I bought so many at Souvia (the day I tried the Angels' Kiss green tea with Betty). It's called Pear Helene, and has little pieces of dried candied pear pieces in with the green tea leaves. It also includes marigold flowers, the packet says, and originated in Germany. There's an interesting aspect I haven't looked into yet - the origination of all the different teas. I never really had a burning desire to go to China, but I definitely do now. I'd love to go somewhere to see the tea plants and the drying leaves and the whole process from beginning to end! This Pear Helene tea is another perfect example of an excellent fruity green tea - light, so light that there seems to be very little flavour, but like walking through flowers and yet not overwhelmed.
I have to confess I can't even remember what my walk was like this day. I'm writing this blog post many days after the fact, so my best guess is that I walked down to my local grocery store and stocked up on supplies!
Walk length: 15 minutes