Almond-Orange Swirl

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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “Oh look, a sample from *TheTeaFairy* (who probably didn't know, when she picked her name, that it will be really hard for people to mention her properly since they have to capitalize three letters...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Another tea from the tea fairy! I was hoping for something just a little spicier with the peppercorns in it, but this isn't a bad blend. I typically don't care much for tealux's flavoured teas (i...” Read full tasting note
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From Tealux

We seek to invoke the anticipation of the holidays with this blend of festive greens. The traditional red of the peppercorns and the safflower is shining together with the classical gold of the orange slices and the “royal” leaves of our Chinese Sencha and Japanese Bancha! This festive combination of smoothly sweet almond and refreshing orange tickles.

Ingredients: Sencha green tea, orange slices, planed almonds, flavoring, pink peppercorns, safflower.

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Oh look, a sample from TheTeaFairy (who probably didn’t know, when she picked her name, that it will be really hard for people to mention her properly since they have to capitalize three letters in what the iPad recognizes as one word. That’s like having to write PaRtY!)

Just kidding, fairy, you know you’re special.

Anyway, this tea was kinda not my thing. I trusted the steeping instructions written on the sample label although I rarely steep a green for 3 minutes and rarely use 185F. I am getting mostly orange, not at all almond although the orange is not in your face so there’s something muting it. Also,the tea is lightly bitter. Not sure if a two minute steep would have fixed that or not. I used the whole sample in one shot figuring I won’t want to drag 1 tsp around so I went for broke: 2 perfect scoops in the 16-oz DAVIDs steeper they went. Did not resteep (yet).

Can be enjoyed as is but to cut the bitterness I added 1 tsp of honey.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Sil

paaaaaaaaRTY!

TheTeaFairy

WeLL, I JusT ThINk iT’s kINd oF fUN tO WriTE ThiS WaY…sIL, YoU sEEm To SHarE mY poiNT oF VieW???

Nxtdoor

You are not doing this on an iPad I bet. It’s hard!

Bonnie

TeaFairy is indeed special!

TheTeaFairy

iPad is all I use these days, just so you know missy! Lol.

Aww, Bonnie, right back at you :-)

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75
5400 tasting notes

Another tea from the tea fairy! I was hoping for something just a little spicier with the peppercorns in it, but this isn’t a bad blend. I typically don’t care much for tealux’s flavoured teas (i prefer their unflavoured) but this one is pretty tasty! The almond flavour isn’t super strong but it blends nicely with the orange. Overall a tasty tea to try! thanks teafairy!

Yvonne

Oh man, this sounds divine.

TheTeaFairy

Agreed, It’s pretty good for a flavoured tealux.

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