Saturday Mar. 12, 2011
1st Steep of the Day.
Fired up a Pot of Kwong Orange Spice.
This is a Great Black Tea from Southern China
The Dry Leaves have a Strong Black Tea Smokey Smell
Slight tinge of Orange Overtones, I guess there are some
Redolent clove fragrances that are there also.
Upon Infusing 212’ Boiling Water the Aroma really Lights up.
My wife 2 rooms away commented she could smell me Steepin a Pot.
I told her this one was mine, but after smelling it steep she wanted some.
We Shared the 5 cups of dark brown, bold orange liquor then ReSteeped.
Great way the Share the Afternoon.
Keep on Steepin
Kwong sang orange spice tea is a fermented tea grown in Southern China. The young tea leaves are highly flavored by adding fresh orange. The aroma is lovely, redolent with cloves, cinnamon and orange.
This is the perfect gift for the honored guest. Kwong sang tea is distributed exclusively by American Roland.
This tea should brew for three to five minutes. Start with cold water, bring to a boil add to tea pot with tea. For best flavor, tea should be used loose.
Orange Spice Tea