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More Iced…Oversteeped…very nice!
Backlogging…last night…iced…and nice!
Backlogging – 2 large glasses from last night! Tremendous ICED!!!! LOVE IT! The scent still in tact.
While brewing a large amount of this to be iced for later I decided to save a hot cup for myself and it was delightful. Looking forward to the iced later, too!
Resteeped 3 more times…all good…
Oops! Added way too much of the loose leaf…Still smells great and tastes exceptional. I really like this tea. It’s hard to screw up. YUM
I’ve already mentioned in previous logs of this tea that I LOVE the aroma of this one…but…the colors of the blend is awesome as well…you have your green tea elements but vibrant purple highlights and a tad of yellow as well. Just a very uplifting and brilliant Tea. LOVE IT.
Over-steeped still great!
Looks like an attempt of Adagio’s Fox Trot loose leaf blend at first glance…but it doesn’t smell like it. You can smell other things going on but the Rooibos is coming thru more than the other items in this mix. It steeps fast and the color is a nice reddish brown…more brown than red like some Rooibos ‘teas’. It certainly doesn’t taste like Adagio’s Fox Trot so I know they aren’t going for that after all…but…it’s a unique blend. A nice natural sweet but a bit herbal with the Chamomile as well. A little floral – but just a hint. A nice cup. I’m enjoying it.
Back logging from last night…great hot as well as cold. Plum meets earthy…nice blend!
Smells wonderful before, during, and after steeping. True Pineapple. Not Pina Colada but Pineapple itself. Light in color. D-lish!!! YUM! So glad I got this!
Had this iced last week at Infusion. This is a backlog. It was wonderful ICED! I bought some and will have it hot soon.
This is a backlog from last week…went to Infusion Tea in Orlando. Excellent/Awesome Experience! I had the Passionfruit Green (I believe) – ICED! Tremendous!
Black tea blended with essence of almond and amaretto.
Smooth dinkin’ chinese tea. Great for a daily cup.
Fantastic chinese green. From the Chunmee family or “eyebrow” meaning the tea curves at the end. This shop in Orlando is a kewl shop with its book swap and super-vegan/raw menu. They’re the only place in Florida so far i’ve been able to find this tea. I brew several pots, chill, add stevia and serve cold. Perfect antidote to the Florida humidity.