I’m finally home from a trip through Montana,
A trek that was quick with nary a bandana.
All I have to show for it is bags full of loose tea.
A few wares bestowed by Family Robson to me.
The first one I decided to tear open was an herbal,
A category for infusions of which I’m rarely verbal.
But green rooibos was involved in this special case,
So lip service will be paid with all my “usual” haste.
The dry herbs smelled sweet with a tickle of spice,
Betraying gentleness amidst their greenery – nice!
Wintergreen danced with rooibos needles in vigor.
Sparse cardamom pods showed off zest and rigor.
On taste, it was honey followed by mint and fruit,
If spice was there, it was a gentle, patient brute.
In my pajamas, I sit with two teacups in sync,
I’m a leaf on the wind…watch how I drink.
For more information - or to buy - this tea, go HERE.