drank Orzo - Caramel & Honey by Lupicia
466 tasting notes

1 tablespoon for 375 ml

Burnt aroma.
Burnt food taste. Mild caramel sweetness. Smooth.
The flavour becomes more tolerable as the tisane cools.
The lingering aftertaste is a coffee (maybe burnt coffee) flavour.

Second infusion at 5 minutes. Dilute flavour. Burnt flavour still present.
Lingering aftertaste is smoother- tastes more like coffee without being burnt.

Rating: 60

I may have to alter the infusion parameters.

Thanks to Sil for sharing!

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec
Sil

Kittenna seemed to like it (I havne’t tried it yet) so maybe she’s got some ideas on steeping it.

Kittenna

Hmm, nope, those are the parameters I used and I loved it! I like burny things though. I do like coffee though, it just needs sugar/milk for me to tolerate it (although the tummy won’t tolerate it at all, which is why I don’t drink it usually).

Em

The name of this tea keeps catching my eye. I keep reading ouzo instead of orzo. Ouzo tea would be delicious :)

Kittenna

Ewwww, I hate black licorice! :P

Sil

Mmmmmm black licorice…..mmmmm

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Sil

Kittenna seemed to like it (I havne’t tried it yet) so maybe she’s got some ideas on steeping it.

Kittenna

Hmm, nope, those are the parameters I used and I loved it! I like burny things though. I do like coffee though, it just needs sugar/milk for me to tolerate it (although the tummy won’t tolerate it at all, which is why I don’t drink it usually).

Em

The name of this tea keeps catching my eye. I keep reading ouzo instead of orzo. Ouzo tea would be delicious :)

Kittenna

Ewwww, I hate black licorice! :P

Sil

Mmmmmm black licorice…..mmmmm

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