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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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  • “Picked this up from an overseas hotel room - interested because I like elderblossom flavoring. Also called linden in German and tilleul in French. It steeps up to a light greenish-yellow liquor,...” Read full tasting note
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Tisane made from elderblossoms.

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Picked this up from an overseas hotel room – interested because I like elderblossom flavoring. Also called linden in German and tilleul in French. It steeps up to a light greenish-yellow liquor, with a mild herbal/slightly sweet and citrusy aroma. The flavor is gently musky and just a little naturally sweet – overall, very relaxing.

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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec
cteresa

Lime was sort of the default for night tisanes in my part of Europe for ages. Now it is getting replaced by hibiscus which is a totally different “animal” and which I do not like nearly as much!

Adham

Agreed – I find hibiscus brash and lime much more gentle.

slavka78x

In Slovakia we called the tree LIPA ( linden tree ) and we drink LIPOVY CAJ . In England they called it a LIME FLOWER. It taste nice with some honey.

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