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Recent Tasting Notes

After lunch (or if I am quite frank, all day), I have been craving something sweeet! So attempting to practice some self control, I grabbed myself a cup of tea. As it is summer, I am trying a bunch of fruity “herbal infusions,” which is something I try to stay away from in all other seasons.

So I tried out this sample that I had of German tea. I wasn’t sure how it would taste but the first thing i noticed were the freeze dried oranges! I was happy to actually see fruit in this infusion… .nonetheless the flavor itself was disappointing… it wasn’t bad (don’t get me wrong) it just did not live up to its smell…

Although the citrus was nice it could have used a little more grapefruit flavor… the orange was dominating. Not ecstatic but this will do for now. A different cup in the afternoon…

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Hey jessica! If you want a good citrus tea that does not sacrifice any flavor try out our Tangerine Dream tea which is actually a green tea with a nice citrus flavor.

So rather than sacrificing tea for fruitiness, why don’t you try getting the best of both worlds! http://www.shopsanctuaryt.com/leaf/tangerine-dream.html

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This is light and refreshing. I add some stevia for a sweet treat in the summertime. This tea would also make an outstanding tea punch if you cold brewed and used a selter water.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 15 sec

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