Kenya Mountain Estate

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190 °F / 87 °C 5 min, 30 sec

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  • “I am attempting to get a handle on the tea tin storage problem, which means it would be really great to get rid of all the tins I don't care to have hanging about. Since no one was drinking this...” Read full tasting note
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I am attempting to get a handle on the tea tin storage problem, which means it would be really great to get rid of all the tins I don’t care to have hanging about. Since no one was drinking this and we have a lot of tea we really like, I decided to 86 this ne by making a cold brew pitcher to finish it off. I left the leaves for two whole days but it isn’t bitter. It is as unspectacular cold as it was hot. On the upside, I now have an empty tin to fill with something I like!

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Iced 8 min or more
ashmanra

Sandy, I had this with a BANANA SANDWICH! (Sandy thinks it is weird that we eat banana sandwiches – sliced banana in wheat bread with mayo. Doesn’t everyone eat this? Even Elvis liked it with peanut butter.)

LiberTEAS

I like banana with nutella and sometimes if I have it I’ll add marscapone cheese. But, I’ve never heard of eating banana with mayo.

ashmanra

My father had a terrible fear that his children would choke on food or balloons, so until I came of age my banana was mashed in mayo with a fork. When I was about seven years old, I was allowed to eat circles. Naturally, blowing up balloons was out of the question and popcorn was rare. I think I was twenty when my dad asked if we could share a popcorn at the movies!

QuiltGuppy

We’ll have PB and banana sandwiches, and I’ve also eaten Nutella with bananas (not in a sandwich, but maybe next time!) I’ve never eaten bananas with mayo before. My husband is like your dad and is terrified that the kids will choke. However, he will let them eat popcorn and other stuff, he just hovers while they do.

Jenn

Maple almond butter & banana and Nutella & banana, yes. Peanut butter and mayo… not so much. Although, my father’s family would eat peanut butter and sweet pickle relish sandwiches. Grossed me out every time.

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