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5 Tasting Notes

72

I really like the spices in this tea. It definitely reminds me of cooler weather and begs to be sipped hot with a splash of milk (don’t mind if I do!) There is a touch of sweetness in this tea that I really like.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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92

Had this tea hot to warm up to. I love the smell, to begin with. The dark color of the tea looked like coffee brewed and there was definitely a texture to the tea. I brewed it a little bit longer than I was supposed to (I got distracted!) but it never got bitter. I’ll reserve this for a treat on foggy mornings.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 15 sec

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81
drank Afternoon Apricot by Sub Rosa Tea
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I drank this iced, cold brewed and the apricot really stands out. It looked like a green tea at first because the color did not deepen, but it’s definitely black!

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more

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99
reviewed Brewing Basket by Finum
5 tasting notes

My favorite filter in my house. Awesome to use because that darned Rooibos doesn’t get stuck in the holes and I can clean it out easily. An easy cleanup is always a winner for me.

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94
drank Key Lime Ceylon by Sub Rosa Tea
5 tasting notes

Goodness, this tea is great cold-brewed! I brewed it overnight (about 1/2 oz in 1.5 L water) and it couldn’t be any more perfect.
The color of the tea makes it look like a green tea, but it’s black. The key lime flavors really stand out. No sweetener needed.

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more

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