shogun89 wrote:Here have a look at hops review of it. If it wasent for him I would not have gotten it.
http://ancientteahorseroad.blogspot.com ... -400g.html
For your sake hop, you better hope I like it! hehe LOL
shogun89 wrote:It looks and smell amazing, this one should be special.
augie wrote:shogun89 wrote:It looks and smell amazing, this one should be special.
Oh, my gosh, it's beautiful! So much green and gold. Does it actually look like the DTH photo? I am more of a shu drinker, but that does look tasty.
Why did I have to be born so middle class?
Dizzwave wrote:Maybe I'm just being a pessimist, but there's something about that picture that does scream Image->Adustments->Hue/Saturation.
shogun89 wrote:Dizzwave wrote:Maybe I'm just being a pessimist, but there's something about that picture that does scream Image->Adustments->Hue/Saturation.
The cakes is a much deeper brown in color the buds and leaves are smaller and in my opinion of better quality. I'm telling you the real thing is far better. The cake had a wonderful odor to, like a barn full of hay bails, which I love because I live out in the country where there are plenty of farms. The brew smells wonderfully of sweetens and honey and as hop describes it, musky. The liqueur is full bodied, well rounded, no bitterness or smokiness just beautiful. The liqueur traveled well, very smooth. It leaves your mouth warm and thick. As hop descirbed in his review this tea makes you warm everywhere! You will sweat, It should provide a wonderful gongfu session on a nice winter snowy day. A+, Get it!
Thanks Hop Goblin!
Salsero wrote:Wow, sounds great! Just after you announced in the IM that your notes were up, Adagio went down on me for 4.5 hours. I feel like I arrive late to the party, but the cake sounds really good! Just what I need, another gotta have cake! You are evil, Shogun89, evil I tell you!
shogun89 wrote:The real cakes looks 100 times better than the photo! Its a beautiful cake!