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1 tsp per 8 ounces, steeped at 190 degrees for 3 minutes in a mug.
(EDIT – Check out my second review for update/info on steeping method.)

Tastes of flowers. Roses come to mind. Thick and sweet like honey. The liquor also takes on the color of golden liquid honey. Once cool it really reminds me of rose water. Or maybe rose petal infused honey. The scent matches. It’s beautiful in that aspect. Quite astringent. Has a light muscatel quality.
Second steeping didn’t appeal to me as much, especially when it cooled; it tasted like olive oil. And I kind of despise olive oil for some reason, unless it’s masked by other flavors in food.
But the first cup was enjoyable.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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