Winter Infusion

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Rooibos Tea
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Boiling 4 min, 45 sec

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  • “Another remnant! I honestly don't know where this one came from. I finished the caddy, but this portion was in a little envelope all on its own. Obviously I'd intended it for something! Anyway,...” Read full tasting note
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    Scheherazade 914 tasting notes
  • “hey wow look i had a new tea last night! i've kinda been in beer world instead of tea world lately. i started treating beer like i treat tea and became really focused on ONLY tasting beers i've...” Read full tasting note
    shmiracles 736 tasting notes

From Twinings

Christmas Warming Winter Infusion

Rooibos infused with orange flavour and spicy cinnamon. This naturally caffeine free blend is fabulously refreshing. You get the true zestiness of oranges, followed by the warmth of aromatic cinnamon. The dry tea leaves themselves are quite something too – incredibly vibrant and full of russets and reds.

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Another remnant! I honestly don’t know where this one came from. I finished the caddy, but this portion was in a little envelope all on its own. Obviously I’d intended it for something!

Anyway, I still like how clearly the orange comes across in this blend. The rooibos is very mild — it’s there as a woodiness in the background, but that’s all. Orange is the main player here, along with a dusting of cinnamon that comes out mostly in the aftertaste. When I first added this to my stash, I thought it was an odd choice for a Christmas tea. It does make me feel Christmassy, though, so there you go. Possibly it’s the orange, although I have limited Christmas memories involving orange, so I really don’t know.I’m gabbling now.

This is a pleasant tea to drink, although I think I need some caffeine to see me through the afternoon. A nice surprise from the depths of my stash!

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec
alaudacorax

I don’t know why, but the taste of cinnamon always seems Xmasy to me.

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736 tasting notes

hey wow look i had a new tea last night!
i’ve kinda been in beer world instead of tea world lately. i started treating beer like i treat tea and became really focused on ONLY tasting beers i’ve never had before. and before i knew it i had reached my 500th unique beer tasted.

here is a picture of my 500th, appropriately a coffee stout which are my favorite:
https://untappd.s3.amazonaws.com/photo/2013_09_07/91fec13177af8530d11fd3441170913a_640x640.jpg
(and if for some crazy reason you wanna see more of my beer pictures: https://untappd.com/user/shmiracles/photos)

i think i’ve had some bad rooibos in my past. i kinda suspect that davids tea rooibos is less than good. and i say that beacuse i SUPER enjoyed this cup! but before i drank it, i procrastinated so much! like i was dreading the rooibos haha. well, i learned my lesson.
thanks so much for this Scheherazade it really was a very tasty cup.
i savored it as i read my kindle before bed. classic.

CHAroma

I procrastinate teas I’m afraid of not liking too, hahaha! Congrats on 500 beers tasted! :P

Fjellrev

Awesome that you’re into microbrew too! I haven’t tried that one yet but I absolutely love their Rosée d’hibiscus.

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