104 Tasting Notes
Resteeped what I had yesterday. Still delicious.
So I used a shorter steeping time and 1.5 tsps for a full Ingenuitea (~12 oz.). Couldn’t help adding the hazelnut creamer. And nice large cup of liquid deliciousness. I think I’ll be kind of glad when I use up the hazelnut creamer that got left here. It is far too good to be good for you.
Two tsps might be too much for even a full ingentuitea. Still, very tasty with the hazelnut creamer. I think this might be my fave until I can get some more of the Caravan Earl Grey from David’s Tea.
With hazelnut creamer, this is almost like drinking really expensive, nice, valentines day candy. Yum.
I made a large batch for iced tea and didn’t add sugar, because I never do, but that was wrong in this case. I think it would be very delicious if I had remembered sugar. Will try this one more time, because when iced, it smells almost like Juicy Fruit gum.
I used my ingenuitea to brew up five tsps in just over a cup of water, then I drained it into my tea pot and added enough water for five cups of tea, put it in the frig, and now have some bodacious cold tea. This stuff if fabulous.
Hello! With summer coming, I’ve been trying to find a good iced tea, and I think I might have something with this one. I just need to let it cool. If I take it out too soon, the ice ruins the flavor by watering it down immediately.
Ladykittykatt sent me my first sample as part of a trade, and I have enjoyed this so much, I’m going to have to put in a rather large order at David’s Tea at the beginning of the month for this and Pink Flamingo.
Right now, I’m going to see how many steeps I can get from this last teaspoon.
Backlog — Lovely way of trying to open up my sinuses last night.
Backlog — Still not exactly what I wanted, but I think I found the best way of brewing this. Pretty nice at a four minute steep, but I don’t think I’m going to be getting more of this.