The funny thing about this blog is probably because I named it “Black Tea” yet it’s not very likely you’ll find posts about tea! xD 

But then I got these teabags, my first grasps to experience the taste of foreign tea product. Earl grey, eh? It sounds “royal” but it’s just common variation of tea in Britain, and it’s not expensive. But I’ve never seen one being sold in my place, so yes it’s rare to me. I wonder what will the taste like. Just how do they serve this kind of tea, I just can’t randomly pour sugar into it, right? .__. Just like what I did to my chamomile tea.. and thus my first teabag was wasted T.T 

By the way I got this from my aunt who just got back from Thai. And after some search on Google, I found out that Dilmah is quite a prestigious brand. But I’ve never seen one in store ._.  

Yesterday I had a chance to visit my relative and meet again with him and I took his pictures as much as I can :3 He’s such a handsome cat, indeed. However, it’s hard to tell what kind of breed he is. When I search on google angora, ragdoll, ragamuffin, and domestic long hair are all look the same to me ._. 

Yesterday I had a chance to visit my relative and meet again with him and I took his pictures as much as I can :3 He’s such a handsome cat, indeed. However, it’s hard to tell what kind of breed he is. When I search on google angora, ragdoll, ragamuffin, and domestic long hair are all look the same to me ._.