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175 °F / 79 °C 4 min, 45 sec 14 oz / 420 ml

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  • “"I believe in Sherlock Holmes." if you haven't seen the Sherlock short that takes place before season 3 begins, i recommend it. i mean, not mind blowing or anything, but lots of feelings. and you...” Read full tasting note
    shmiracles 741 tasting notes
  • “Backlog from yesterday: I seem to only make this one as a cold brew. This time I passed it off on to my fiance who likes iced tea. He said he liked it, though I definitely didn't sweeten it as much...” Read full tasting note
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    kiki 173 tasting notes
  • “This is much better cold than hot, although it's still.. weird. It's grapefruit, kind of, with something weird in there that's still fruity yet... I dunno. Tart in a way that seems weird to me....” Read full tasting note
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    MissB_Tea 1144 tasting notes
  • “YES. I like this. I had been craving a fruity iced tea all day, so around 11 this morning I put a few spoons of this in some iced water to cold brew. Warm, I couldn't taste any of the fruity...” Read full tasting note
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    NatalieOgden 50 tasting notes

From Custom-Adagio Teas, Cara McGee

Bitter. So bitter. Some seem to be attracted to it though, for whatever reason. Also just a bit fruity. Best served cold.

blended with ceylon sonata, black tea, orange peels, rose hips, hibiscus flowers, natural grapefruit flavor, natural orange flavor, marigold flowers

teas: grapefruit, ceylon sonata, blood orange

steep at 212° for 3 mins
Inspired by BBC’s Sherlock, which I am in no way affiliated with. This is created purely for my own enjoyment.

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741 tasting notes

“I believe in Sherlock Holmes.”

if you haven’t seen the Sherlock short that takes place before season 3 begins, i recommend it. i mean, not mind blowing or anything, but lots of feelings. and you get to see Anderson’s beard. it’s the short that made Philip Anderson more than just a one dimensional annoying loser.

so maybe like Anderson, this tea doesn’t seem very popular but i still kinda like it. it will be very easy for me to finish my half-tin sample quickly. so yum.

i like blood orange teas a lot cuz they are a great contrast and variety to the usual chocolate and cookie flavored type teas i tend to drink most.

hooray the beard-o weird-o!
i would totally drink a cup and let Anderson rattle his theories off to me.
and then i’d buy him lunch, cuz he IS , ya know, all unemployed now and stuff.

Sami Kelsh

I feel Anderson’s pain (unemployment bro-fist!) but also, it was nice to see him get a bit more development in series 3 beyond just sort of being a dude who a) doesn’t like Sherlock; and b) isn’t as smart as him, either. Now I just live in hope that Donovan gets more than a cameo in series 4 ;)

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Backlog from yesterday: I seem to only make this one as a cold brew. This time I passed it off on to my fiance who likes iced tea. He said he liked it, though I definitely didn’t sweeten it as much as he’s used to. I don’t have too much of this left, so I think I might just use up what I have for another iced brew.

ETA: I’m brewing up some double strength to pour over ice, which I rarely do. Normally I cold brew. Fingers crossed I didn’t screw it up.

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more 3 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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This is much better cold than hot, although it’s still.. weird. It’s grapefruit, kind of, with something weird in there that’s still fruity yet… I dunno. Tart in a way that seems weird to me. It’s… tea tart? Hard to explain this one.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 1 min, 45 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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YES. I like this.

I had been craving a fruity iced tea all day, so around 11 this morning I put a few spoons of this in some iced water to cold brew. Warm, I couldn’t taste any of the fruity flavours in this and it just seemed like a decent enough black tea, so I wasn’t too hopeful for the results of my cold brew.

I am pleased to report, however, that the cold brew really lets the flavours shine, and I am really impressed with the results. Predominantly grapefruit with a suggestion of blood orange and the black tea base complement the citrus flavour, this is SO much better iced! This will be perfect for the summer, I can imagine it will be perfectly refreshing.

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more 3 tsp 17 OZ / 500 ML
Hello.Kiki

I drank most of my sample cold as well. Much better that way IMO.

Nattie

So much better!

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Smelled great in the bag, tasted like nothing in the cup. To say this is dull is an understatement. Don’t get me wrong, you could argue that it has a nice light flavor. The bloodorange and grapefruit aren’t completely hidden. And it’s true, I’ve never been a huge fan of fruit teas or ceylon, so maybe I’m a little biased, but the let down between what I smelled and what I tasted was just too much.

I did so want to like it, but there’s honestly nothing that recommends this to me. It’s basically just tinted water. Boring.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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