Pear Garden "Black Currant"

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  • “This is another absolutely lovely fruit tisane from the even lovlier *Dexter*. Thank you! I don't care for them hot, never did. But In the summer, I love them iced. Unfortunately, they are often...” Read full tasting note
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From Cornelia Bean

Pear bits, currants, black currants, elderberries, strawberry bits, red currants, citric acid, vitamin C, flavour
1tsp 98°C 5+ Mins

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This is another absolutely lovely fruit tisane from the even lovlier Dexter. Thank you!

I don’t care for them hot, never did. But In the summer, I love them iced.

Unfortunately, they are often loaded with hibiscus. You’ve heard my rants about hibiscus many times so I will spare you.

All I can say is that all the Cornelia Bean tisanes I’ve tried so far are perfectly balanced with sweet and tart.

They are loaded with berries and fruits other than apples, wich is also unusual. Nothing against apples, I even love them, but many sellers use them as a filler cause it’s cheeper than berries and other fruits, that’s why it seems lots of fruit blends end up tasting the same and don’t taste at all like their names suggest they will. They all tastes like apple and evil hibiscus

This one is called Pear Garden Black Current, first ingredient is pear, second, black current. I feel this is honest and it tastes just like pear and berries. Fantastic.

It’s hot today, so I drank all the big jug I had prepared.

I just took a swim, water gained one degree so it’s now at a brisk 67F (the nights are still cold), getting closer to hot tub material here, lol.

It’s ok, a resident from Nova Scotia told me one day on a trip that since I lived in Quebec, I must have had prestone antifreeze in my blood…that’s the only logical explanation he could come up with after looking at me swim in their cold Atlantic water that day!

Suziqzer

Brrr!! Outbpool water was 72 the other day and brrr… Now we’re having chilly nights again so thinking this will be a short swim season this year.

boychik

Antifreeze. Haha

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