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From Adagio Teas

After about a week of sobriety, my liver finally woke up from the decade-long stretch of binge drinking it was subjected to. And let me tell you, nothing helps kick start a major organ quite like some herbal tea. I created this concoction by mixing a bit of blood orange with sour apple, and although I’m not a tea fanatic, my liver does want to thank Adagio for the respite.

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Today I wasn’t sure I wanted something as acidic as Executus, but it was still sitting in my IngenuiTEA, and I was feeling too lazy to take it upstairs to clean it out. I opened up my tea drawer, pulled out some fresh chamomile leaves, and dropped a teaspoon of them into the pot.

Boom! Executus, but not so sour and tangy. The chamomile did a great job mellowing it out. Credit to Inguna Trepsa’s Zodiac Series blend Cancer for the inspiration.

Prepared in Adagio IngenuiTEA teapot.

Boiling 7 min, 30 sec

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Very fruity and tangy.

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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I admit, I’m not a big herbal fan. The strong red color scared me enough to put in a little sugar. But it still tastes like Theraflu to me. I think herbals and I just don’t get along.

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This tea and a long shower are part of my hangover cure routine, or whenever I just want something fruity.

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