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Cold steeped over night in the French press (to keep the buds in the water) in the fridge.

The result is much more profound than the hot steepings have been. There is a long, mouth sticking sweetness here that lingers long past swallow.

I’m not necessarily convinced that this isn’t an awfully long way to go for a cup of tea, especially one that isn’t hot. But the result is very tasty.

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more
Bonnie

Ok…so Jim, what does it taste like? Just a bit curious?

Jim Marks

Ah… see previous notes for those details.

Bonnie

Sorry Jim..didn’t catch that!

Jim Marks

No problem!

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Bonnie

Ok…so Jim, what does it taste like? Just a bit curious?

Jim Marks

Ah… see previous notes for those details.

Bonnie

Sorry Jim..didn’t catch that!

Jim Marks

No problem!

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