Yes! Especially with a little bit of honey in it. I’ve only ever had flavored tea once in my life, too. One of these days I need to get my hands on flavored teas to try, ahah.
Reindeer: What is your Spirit Animal?
Ooh… maybe… like, a duck? xD I love to swim in water (pooools~) and I’d jump at the opportunity of free food (bread I suppose? Feeding ducks in parks? XD) Ooh and I can be nippy when aggravated (either being sarcastic or just peeved in general). And nippy like how ducks can bite you with their beaks pfft?
They would be given to the person who brought the gifts, by the people who received the gifts.
So if I brought a cake, you would give me wooden tags. It’s just happened in a manga translation that I’m working on and I don’t know what the gesture means. But apparently the guy who received them after he brought cake was really happy about getting them.
To anyone who knows Japanese culture, do you know what giving wooden tags to someone represents? Like, let’s say the person brought gifts and the people gave the person wooden tags in return, and that made the person feel happy and boastful. Are wooden tags a token of thanks in Japan… ?