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Black Herbal Honeybush Blend
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  • “hi, my name is shmiracles and i have a fanfic problem. i could say it's a reading problem. but i also re-watch the movies and read comics. seriously, it's interfering with my work. and my...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I have yet to try Adagio's earl grey bravo straight, but so fair I've liked it in the blends I've had. Here, it's mixed with blood orange and vanilla honeybush. It definitely had an orange flavor...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I really love this Earl Grey. The hint of vanilla and citrus just makes it fantastic, and it can be a nice change from the usual cup of Twinnings. Really nice with vanilla agave and milk! ” Read full tasting note
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    kyoulove 72 tasting notes
  • “Very delicious! First steeping, I slightly over-steeped and used a little bit of sugar to counter-act the tannins, but it was still delicious! The bergamot was enhanced by the sweet honeybush,...” Read full tasting note
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From Custom-Adagio Teas, Meg Daunting

created by Meg Daunting

It’s your type, honest! Let it try to convince you. ;) Earl Grey Bravo is a delicious Adagio favorite, the honeybush vanilla cuts the strong Earl Grey with a rich touch of sweetness. The blood orange highlights the citrus flavor of the Earl Grey very nicely.

earl grey bravo, honeybush vanilla, blood orange

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hi, my name is shmiracles and i have a fanfic problem. i could say it’s a reading problem. but i also re-watch the movies and read comics.
seriously, it’s interfering with my work. and my life.
but mostly it is interfering with my tea logging! cuz i have been drinking tea so much tea, and i’m not making any notes! i have about 10 teas to make notes on. and i’m about to drink a few more!
it’s piling up.
but i enjoyed all the Teen Wolf teas my sister bought. they weren’t necessarily memorable. and most of them had too much rooibos or honeybush in them to gain my true enthusiasm. but they were tasty enough! i’d never turn a cup down.

Cavocorax

I think I’m getting more and more of a fanfic problem but I am also crazy anal about organizing things and so I spend a lot of time worrying about how to organize all my fic instead of reading it. :| Right now I’m reading it on my kindle, phone and computer, but am TRYING to add all the ones I like into pinboard so I can find them later, and the ones that I absolutely love have to go into Calibre so I can add covers and make proper books of them and put them in a special place on my kindle. It’s complicated.

Shmiracles

omg you are an organizing maniac! and it’s really obvious how important it is to you.
i also make sure every single fic i download is saved in calibre. i also ‘private bookmark’ every single thing i read on AO3 (whether i like it or not) so that i can avoid reading the same thing twice. ones i really like i add notes to also. but that’s basically the extent of my organizing hah

Cavocorax

A maniac indeed! It really slows my fic consumption, but I’m still working out a system. :P At the end of the day I really only need to track the fics I absolutely adore, but it’s still nice to track the ones that I enjoyed and keep them around too.

Your system sounds like it works better than mine. It’s simpler!

And Pinboard is pretty great for helping me track everything, but then I started following random people and now I’m finding all sorts of random fic just from there. Best problems. :) My to-read list is getting big.

OMGsrsly

Cavo, I was doing that when Stanza worked on the iPhone, but now that it’s not being updated all my fics are… messy. :/

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I have yet to try Adagio’s earl grey bravo straight, but so fair I’ve liked it in the blends I’ve had. Here, it’s mixed with blood orange and vanilla honeybush. It definitely had an orange flavor to it, and while I thought that the body of the tea was a bit weak sometimes, it made for a reliable morning cup with no extra sweetness necessary.

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Boiling 2 min, 45 sec

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I really love this Earl Grey. The hint of vanilla and citrus just makes it fantastic, and it can be a nice change from the usual cup of Twinnings. Really nice with vanilla agave and milk!

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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Very delicious! First steeping, I slightly over-steeped and used a little bit of sugar to counter-act the tannins, but it was still delicious! The bergamot was enhanced by the sweet honeybush, but I didn’t taste much of the blood orange. 2 re-steeps were similarly tasty. Overall, a delicious Earl Grey blend!

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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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