Birds of Paradise Pomegranate Black Tea

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180 °F / 82 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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  • “Ehh it was alright, subtle flavor, but see I steeped it terribly (see my video at teacast.net on how I did it). I've had it before, and think that the name of it is really cool, but the flavor...” Read full tasting note
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Ehh it was alright, subtle flavor, but see I steeped it terribly (see my video at teacast.net on how I did it). I’ve had it before, and think that the name of it is really cool, but the flavor could be a lot better. I’m not really sure what “Birds of Paradise” is, other than a Charlie Parker tune, but it’s a tea that I would skip. Definitely go for Tropical Tea Co’s Pomegranate Hibiscus Green Tea if you want some great flavors from them!

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180 °F / 82 °C 5 min, 0 sec
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Birds of Paradise are, well, birds (I think) but also a type of spiky plant with interesting flowers… I don’t think they make good tea though (the plants or the birds, for that matter) :D

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Hahah I do hope I was tasting the plant and NOT the birds :P. Though if birds of paradise were chickens or turkey, then I would have to rethink that totally!

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