Friday, September 10, 2010
Ag lorg tae nua
Bheul, rinne mé dearmad. Bhí mé imithe as mo chuimhne. Ní thug mé tae liomsa chomh go coitanta ar an turas.
Ní raibh tae ina teach ar cíos ansin fós.Fhiafraigh Niall chuig Crios má thabharfadh a h-athair tae beag ó ár chara. Chuir Crios suas cuid tae Siolánaigh.
D'ól mé an tae nua. Baineadh stad asam le hiontas. Bhí maith liom é go leor.
Bhí sobhlas é. Is ainm é "Dúiche Lheim na Leannáin." Cé go bhfuil tae níos dorchaí, measaim go bhfuil blas chomh tae glas agus mín talamh leis meala air.
Ní fhaca "Leim na Leannáin" taobh amuigh de an margadh "Duilleoig Nua" ina ceantar ag imeall an teach na Crios agus Bob. Tá tae órga agus sléibhteach go blasta ach fínéalta agam ann. B'fhéidir, an gheobhaidh mé eolas le dáileadh de An Siolán Watte Series from Dilmah? Inseoidh mé nuacht níos mo faoi taennaí difriúlaí agaibh go scríobh mé an am seo chugainn ina h-aiste as Gaeilge anseo.
Seeking new tea
We paid a visit this past month to our friends near Santa Cruz. My family went off to see them. Chris and Bob have fine elegant tea often in their kitchen.
Well, I made a mistake. It slipped my mind. I did not bring my own tea as usual on a trip.
There was no tea in the house for rent, furthermore. Niall asked Chris if his father could get a little tea from our friend. Chris sent down a share of Ceylon tea.
I drank the new tea. It took me by surprise. It pleased me a lot.
It was a pleasant taste. It's name's "Lover's Leap Estate." Although it may be darker tea, I reckon that it may be a greenish tea flavor and a bit of earth and honey in it.
I have not seen "Lover's Leap" outside of the "New Leaf" market in the district around Chris and Bob's house. The golden, mountainous tea's tasty and delicate for me. Perhaps, will I find information from the distributor in Sri Lanka Watte Series from Dilmah? I will tell you all more news about various teas the next time that I write an entry in Irish here.