Brandied Apricot

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Black Fruit Blend
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160 °F / 71 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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  • “*CLEARANCE BOX 2/20:* Wow I'm the 1st to review this!:) Made a gallon of this (7TB + 1tps tea steeped in 8oz ??just?? below boiling water, then added 120oz cold water) and am drinking my 1st...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I thought I already logged this but apparently I didn't and I am backlogging it but...I did enjoy it last week...I remember it being Apricoty but a little toned down. I'm thinking because of the...” Read full tasting note
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CLEARANCE BOX 2/20:

Wow I’m the 1st to review this!:)

Made a gallon of this (7TB + 1tps tea steeped in 8oz just below boiling water, then added 120oz cold water) and am drinking my 1st 18oz.

The raw leaf smells very much like both apricot and black tea- Have no clue what brandy smells like.

The concentrate is a VERY DARK syrupy reddish black and the gallon of tea is a much lighter reddish brown. The aroma doesn’t change much in ratio, but it is a bit lighter in general.

Called that one. Tastes exactly like I’d expect… not sure what brandy tastes like so I can’t tell if it’s there or not. But the balance between the black tea base and the apricot is perfect. I’ve never known apricots to be an overly sweet fruit, but there’s definitely no need for sweetener in this.

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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec
TeaEqualsBliss

Oooooooooooooooooooooo! This sounds interesting!

Cofftea

One of these days I WILL be brave enough to taste the concentrate lol.

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I thought I already logged this but apparently I didn’t and I am backlogging it but…I did enjoy it last week…I remember it being Apricoty but a little toned down. I’m thinking because of the brandied aspect. Whereas I don’t think it really tasted like brandy, persay, it did taste like a mixed drink of sorts…not bad at all!

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