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drank Bakeapple Tea by The Dark Tickle
1621 tasting notes

I didn’t notice before how strong the smell of this tea is while it’s steeping. The scent is a bit like that taste only more floral maybe. Floral raspberries? I’m not sure how to describe it. I guess ‘like bakeapple’ is probably the best, though I’ve never actually eaten one (they’re an east coast berry species).

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Angrboda

I thought it was a kind of apple that was particularly good for baking and in food, as opposed to just eating as a fruit. Steepster is teaching me about all these fruits and berries that I don’t know what are. Guanabana, acai, goji and now this… The most exotic I can present over here is probably a persimmon.

Cofftea

I thought the same thing. I thought a “d” and a space was missing between the e and the a.

Jillian

Here’s the page about Bakeapple on the tea company’s website: http://www.darktickle.com/bakeappleinfo.aspx

And here’s a better image that I found of the plant: http://www.town.stanthony.nf.ca/Images/[12b]2007Jul26Bakeapple[Cloudberry]_1024.jpg

Angrboda

Ah, now I know what they are. They grow in Norway and Sweden too. I’ve never had them myself, but I understand they eat a lot of them up there. I think they use them mostly for jams

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Angrboda

I thought it was a kind of apple that was particularly good for baking and in food, as opposed to just eating as a fruit. Steepster is teaching me about all these fruits and berries that I don’t know what are. Guanabana, acai, goji and now this… The most exotic I can present over here is probably a persimmon.

Cofftea

I thought the same thing. I thought a “d” and a space was missing between the e and the a.

Jillian

Here’s the page about Bakeapple on the tea company’s website: http://www.darktickle.com/bakeappleinfo.aspx

And here’s a better image that I found of the plant: http://www.town.stanthony.nf.ca/Images/[12b]2007Jul26Bakeapple[Cloudberry]_1024.jpg

Angrboda

Ah, now I know what they are. They grow in Norway and Sweden too. I’ve never had them myself, but I understand they eat a lot of them up there. I think they use them mostly for jams

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