Friday Dec. 17, 2010
1st Steep of the Day.
This is a Great Black tea Blend.
The Dry Tea has a Rich Strong Berry Smell
The Steep at 3 min. with Boiling Water.
Loses some of the Smell But its in the Liquor.
Great Golden Brown Color and Bold Black Flavor.
That is enhanced with the Fruit Flavor.
Strong enough for a 2nd Steep thats just as Good.
Keep on Steepin
Back Porch Blend
A delicious blend of raspberry orange taste with raspberry bits and orange peels, this beverage is a fantastic choice as an iced tea as you savor a few relaxing moments during the steamy days of summer. You will also enjoy it hot as the season changes into autumn.
Black Tea, from the Camellia Senensis plant, is fermented (or dried) and the leaves vary in size according to variety. All black teas have caffeine. Two ounces of Black Tea yields 20-24 teaspoons or enough tea to make approximately 20-24 cups of tea, using 1 level teaspoon of loose tea for each 5 oz. cup. A cup is not a mug – a mug holds about 2 cups of tea.
Bring water to a full boil, pour over leaves. Brew for 3 minutes. Unflavored black tea is wonderful with the addition of a splash of milk (never cream as it will over-power the flavor of the tea and might curdle) and a little sugar. Flavored black teas are best with no addition of milk but a little sugar enhances the flavor.