Crop Top Heart Throb
Have you all tried mugwort tea? Because it’s extremely good. It tastes like incredibly with like a hint of sweetness but not enough to really register or leave you an aftertaste.
it gives you melatonin dreams and relaxes a lot. Also it weirdly blurs the line between asleep and awake when you take it before bed. It’s very strange
It does have a weirdly long steep time though.
Date night in with Brian.
Its sooo hot in here thinking a nice cold drink will hit the spot 😊😊😊
Seeking recommendations for wine of excellent typicity
Hello! I am studying for a blind tasting exam but am without a group, on an accelerated timeline, and on a budget. To stretch that budget, I’m hoping to taste some of the possible wines a single time (or a single bottle 3 times with coravin) and I want them to be as true expressions of their type as possible.
I would be so thankful for any recommendations for specific bottles of wine that exude regional and varietal typicity at costs sub $70 ( but I will also take recs over $70 if that is all you can think of!). Wines that made you say - “wow I know I am drinking ___”
Wines I most need: Napa or Sonoma Sauvignon Blanc with new wood aging
White Bordeaux that is primarily SB with new wood aging
Dry or off-dry Alsatian Pinot Gris
Friuli or Trentino-Alto Adige Pinot Grigio
South Australian Dry Riesling
South Australian Grenache
New Zealand Pinot Noir
Brunello di Montalcino
Bordeaux that is majority Cab Sauv from Graves or Haut Medoc
Bordeaux that is majority Merlot from Pomerol or St. Emilion
Chateneuf du Pape
Thank you so much in advance for any leads!
Submitted May 28, 2020 at 01:40PM by couchasianktina
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