Lisbon Sunshine

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Black Tea
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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 30 sec 3 g 14 oz / 414 ml

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  • “My newest Camellia Sinensis order arrived yesterday! I think 2021 is the year of CS for me XD. We’re having a heat wave here and its been hovering around 36° C with no wind and no temperature drop...” Read full tasting note
  • “Hot cuppa – even though this is part of the CS iced tea collection… I said earlier this week that I’ve had a lot of good success lately with peach and ginger blends, and I’m including this tea in...” Read full tasting note

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A black tea with seductive fruity accents that will brighten your day with its juicy peach notes. Enjoy without moderation on the terrace this summer!

Ingredients: black tea*, ginger, apple chunks*, natural peach flavour*, margold flower*.

*Organic

Cold Brew for One Cup

-Use 1 tsp (2.5g) of is blend into 250 ml of cold water

-Add sugar to taste (around 1/2 tps / 250 ml)

-Leave 6 to 10 hours in the fridge and filter

Hot Brew for One Cup

-Use 2 tsp (5g) for 250 ml of boil water

-Add sugar to taste (around 1/2 tsp / 250 ml)

-Infuse 5 minutes and pour on a cup of ice

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My newest Camellia Sinensis order arrived yesterday! I think 2021 is the year of CS for me XD.

We’re having a heat wave here and its been hovering around 36° C with no wind and no temperature drop in the night. I know others are much worse off (I feel for you BC and PNW), but I’m so over living in the dark and having no tea in an attempt to try to keep the house cool (we’re failing miserably anyway — the house thermostat is reading between 30-31° daily). I normally love the heat and the summer, but without any water bodies to cool down, I’m just not loving this.

Today I broke and made one of my new teas. I waited for an hour for it to cool and it’s still pretty warm haha! It’s actually quite lovely! The strong scent worried me a bit in the bag, but it’s steeped up in a lovely way. This comes across as peachy and ginger, with a subtle hint of apple, though it’s hard to tease apart all the flavours, they all meld together a bit. I’m happy the peach comes through, though subtle, because I am loving peach teas that aren’t artificial.

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3 g 14 OZ / 414 ML

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Hot cuppa – even though this is part of the CS iced tea collection…

I said earlier this week that I’ve had a lot of good success lately with peach and ginger blends, and I’m including this tea in that category. It’s very juicy in terms of its peach flavour without being over the top, too sweet, or tasting artificial/like candy. It’s just natural and perfectly ripe tasting. The ginger has a hint of heat to it but is mostly warming and complimentary; something about the combo of ginger and peach gives me a Southern kind of vibe? This definitely feels like that sort of Southern “Georgia Ginger Peach” profile even though it’s named after Lisbon, haha.

One of the things I love about flavoured CS blends, too, is that as much as this is a nice and balanced ginger peach flavour it’s also a black tea and the malty sweetness and brisk, slightly astringent quality of the black tea isn’t lost either.

Yum!

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