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  • “Backlogging from yesterday. Thanks go to *Jillian* for the chance to try this tea :) I have got to say, I love the color of the liquor: dusty, antique rose. The disparity of the primarily...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I dug this one out a cookie tin filled with random teas that is probably several years old (at least). When I added the water the tea instantly turned bright, pinkish-red - Y halo thar Hibiscus...” Read full tasting note
    JillDragon 1527 tasting notes

From Blue Teapot

Ingredients: apple bits, rose hip peels, hibiscus blossoms, elderberries, orange peels, rose buds, flavour.

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Backlogging from yesterday.

Thanks go to Jillian for the chance to try this tea :)

I have got to say, I love the color of the liquor: dusty, antique rose. The disparity of the primarily rose aroma and hibiscus taste threw me a bit but it was still enjoyable. Pleasantly tart with a lingering aftertaste of roses, it made me want some candied rose petals to munch on. I’ve never had candied rose petals but I suspect they would go perfectly with this.

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Boiling 5 min, 15 sec

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1527 tasting notes

I dug this one out a cookie tin filled with random teas that is probably several years old (at least). When I added the water the tea instantly turned bright, pinkish-red – Y halo thar Hibiscus (again).

Not that it’s really a big deal with this tea as it really needs something to balance out the perfumed sweetness of the rose. The rose, by the way, is just on the near side of making the tisane too perfumed – but the other, more tart ingredients mostly make up for that. Not bad for something that’s been gathering dust for awhile.

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