My first experience with Guayusa – thanks Stephanie – A real nice change of pace from Camellia Sinensis. A nice soft sweetness followed by a faint hint of tartness. A very nice, very interesting blend. Worth a cupboard spot in my book.

Going to have to try this one cold brewed for a hot summer day such as today.

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Boiling 6 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
Stephanie

My pleasure! I’ve never tried cold brewing this one. Normally I hot brew it double strong and then dump it over ice. I also thought I’d mention that this one re-steeps quite well :)

inranger

I took this one to work with me and got multiple steeps out of it! :)

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Stephanie

My pleasure! I’ve never tried cold brewing this one. Normally I hot brew it double strong and then dump it over ice. I also thought I’d mention that this one re-steeps quite well :)

inranger

I took this one to work with me and got multiple steeps out of it! :)

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62 yo park ranger (aspiring retiree), been a casual tea drinker all my life, but for some reason just discovered the world of tea. :)

I’m enjoying a variety of teas from white to Pu’er, discovering my tastes, and playing with the various ways of coaxing the elixir from the leaf.

I’m developing a broad appreciation for good tea. So the day will come when I can comment from a base of experience.

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