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Black Pu-erh Blend
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Ceylon Black Tea, Chocolate, Cinnamon, Cocoa Nibs, Cornflower Petals, Orange, Orange Peels, Pu Erh Tea, Safflower Petals
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From Adagio Custom Blends, Sami Kelsh

She’s smart, she’s warm, she’s most definitely, without question, the boss. Sweet and strong, sharp and dark, with an undeniable thirst for adventure. A Doctor Who blend.

Created by: Sami Kelsh

Ingredients: black tea, pu-erh tea, orange, cocoa nibs, natural chocolate flavor, natural orange flavor, cinnamon, blue cornflowers & natural cinnamon flavor, safflower, cornflowers, orange peel

Steeping Instructions: Steep at 212° for 4 minutes.

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Why does bread have to make you fat? Life is so dashed unfair.

I made a batch of pogacsa (little Hungarian yeasted scones – I folded some diced cabbage that I’d sauteed with paprika into the dough) on Saturday, and on Sunday my husband made a nice white loaf. So guess who gained THREE BLOODY POUNDS this weekend, having honestly not eaten that much food? It is super not fair.

And and AND I just made the beginnings of a new spelt sourdough starter. I could cry.

But I shan;t, because I don’t think tears goes with dark cocoa-swirled warm orangey cinnamon, and that’s basically what this is tasting like to me. It’s such a very comforting taste, and works well when I want something spicy and warming but not as full-on assault of flavours that you get with some chai. This is more of a tacklehug than a mouth-punch. Good.

jogs a few laps of the empty office corridors to try and burn off some bread calories

Christina / BooksandTea

My mother makes a type of bread called pogacha. Although the names are similar, the two sound very different. My mom’s pogacha is yeasted dough rolled up into a spiral like a jelly roll, and feta cheese is sprinkled in between the layers of dough. So good, but it takes a lot of work to make!

TeaBrat

its probably just water retention!

Sami Kelsh

I looked up the pogacha you described, Christina – gosh, that sounds good! I think it’s a recipe with many relatives in different countries :)

Hopefully it’s just water, TeaBrat – we’re meant to be on a diet and I swear it’s the most agonising process ever, in the entire world. Blergh.

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