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195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 15 sec

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So… potentially but thankfully not super gross story…

I went to have a cup of this tea the other day, and discovered a huge lump of… something in my bag. I hadn’t previously noticed it. The lump was covered in fuzzies from the tea, and was slightly squishy… unsurprisingly I was quite grossed out. My best guess was that it was a wad of gum or something. Anyhow, I ended up getting up the nerve to take it out of the bag and cut it in half… and lo and behold, it was just a large dehydrated strawberry!! Whew! So crisis averted, and I had a cup of this tea :D

(So basically, if you pick up some of this tea and find something “foreign” in it, fear not, odds are good it’s just a strawberry!)

195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 0 sec

I was freaking out halfway through the story and was then relieved to figure out it was a strawberry xD


haha! Good thing it wasn’t something much worse!


You have no idea how relieved I was!!! Since i had drank two previous cups from the bag…


Ugh. Yeah, that would be horrifying!

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1774 tasting notes

This is a backlog and also a forward log and also a sipdown too! (153)

I drank it a week ago, with a bit of vodka and a touch of agave and it was fantastic. Iced too. (In case you thought it was hot).

The rest of it I made popsicles with and I’ll have to try them out tomorrow!

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

i am envious of your small-er tea cupboard!


Thanks, you’re moving along pretty nicely!

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4833 tasting notes


I wasn’t all that impressed with my first infusion of this tea. It was alright, but just alright. Kind of “meh” … you know?

Then I brewed the tea a second time. (Not a resteep of the leaves.) This tea benefited from not reading the package steeping parameters and going with my own “go to” steeping parameters for a white tea. 160°F for 5 – 7 minutes. It’s much taster than the suggested 180°F for 2 – 3 minutes.

Good hot, but much better cold. Sweet berry goodness and a nice creamy tone. I love the notes of pomegranate in there too. A really tasty tea.

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