Green Tea

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Green Tea
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145 °F / 62 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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  • “trying to make a margariTEA, based on a friend's description. I thought she said that she mixed equal parts frozen margarita mix and tea, but that tasted a bit too much like straight up margarita...” Read full tasting note
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    janefan 2440 tasting notes
  • “I tried brewing this at a lower temperature, and also added some peppermint leaves. The lower temperature does improve the flavor a lot, and the peppermint is a nice addition.” Read full tasting note
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    ccarter756 110 tasting notes
  • “So I tend to make 3-liter pitchers of iced tea fairly regularly, and this has become my base tea of choice. Recently, I added a couple of Stash Triple Ginseng herbal bags into the mix while it was...” Read full tasting note
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    devmage 1 tasting notes

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Specially blended for iced tea.

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2440 tasting notes

trying to make a margariTEA, based on a friend’s description. I thought she said that she mixed equal parts frozen margarita mix and tea, but that tasted a bit too much like straight up margarita mix still, so I upped it to 2 parts tea. It may be because the tea I am using is light in body/flavor – an iced green tea, sweetened with agave & sugar. Not sure if I was supposed to use sweetened, but that’s what I have on hand and felt like using. I can still taste the puckery lime so I think it’s ok. Will let it chill and mingle in the fridge for a bit and come back to it later. It’s going to be a hot day, so hopefully this will be nice to cool off with.

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Iced
Cofftea

Definitely think going 2x was the right choice. I always use enough tea for the entire volume of my beverage in something like this. Speaking of which- you gave me a great idea! Check my tasting notes soon. :)

Janefan

I think the ideal mixer would be 2 parts strongly brewed, lightly sweetened iced black tea to 1 part frozen non-alcoholic margarita mix. And I suppose an ounce or two of tequila might be nice…

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I tried brewing this at a lower temperature, and also added some peppermint leaves. The lower temperature does improve the flavor a lot, and the peppermint is a nice addition.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 7 min, 0 sec
takgoti

I really am going to have to start playing with additives. I’m making myself a post-it.

Auggy

I’ve added maple and almond extracts to teas before. Not quite the same type of additives as the peppermint but still enjoyable. Haven’t tried it with a green though. Hmm. The almond might be nice.

Ze_Teamaker

Have you tried this to make sun tea? It taste awesome. Kinda melonish in flavor; very fruity.

Cynthia Carter

I haven’t made sun tea with it, but I have added strained honeydew melon juice to it. Very refreshing!

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So I tend to make 3-liter pitchers of iced tea fairly regularly, and this has become my base tea of choice. Recently, I added a couple of Stash Triple Ginseng herbal bags into the mix while it was steeping (brewed at near-boiling). They gave the blend a very bright and floral quality that was more than pleasant. Recommended.

Preparation
Iced 5 min, 0 sec

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