Bilbo's Pantry / Halfling's Hoard

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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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From Adagio Teas

There’s nothing a halfling takes more pride in than a well-stocked pantry (except, perhaps, their well-tilled earth), and this blend is a bit of everything worth sneaking a bite of!

Created by: Aun-Juli Riddle
Teas: Gingerbread, Hazelnut, Forest Berries
accented with apple pieces

Can be found under the ‘Tales and Tea Leaves’ Fandom/Signature Blends heading.

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Sipdown of this tea, though I’ve never gotten around to putting a tasting note up before. I’m pretty horrible at remembering reviews, or even logging my tea lately.
Mildly spicy, but strongly nutty/hazelnut scented brew. Tastes just about the same. Turned out a bit weaker than I usually make it since I used my usual 12oz of water, but only had a tsp and a half ish of tea. I like using at least two tsp for 12oz but poured the water without thinking, so hence, weaker. But still good. Spicy-esque without a chai sort of spice taste. And there’s enough hazelnut that it’s nicely nutty. I don’t get the berries/fruity taste that I was hoping for because it’s rather overpowered by everything else. Even adding some Truvia doesn’t bring anything else up.
Also I need to remember to use a 2:30 min steep time since it became slightly bitter with the 3min, and I’m getting some astringency poking around as it cools. But nothing I can’t drink through. ^^
Possible reorder for this one day since it’d be nice to have occasionally. But nothing more than that for me.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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