Satsuma Yuzu

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Thank you Roswell Strange for the share! It was super hectic around dinner because my nephew has discovered screaming and likes to just do that now. Plus he was fussy. My sister had her hands full with something else and my brother-in-law is at the firehall. I have an exam in the morning but I had to step in so enjoying this cup of tea while studying became quickly chugging it before dinner. Thankfully there is more so I can actually try it at a less fussy time.

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Made a locktop of this with some agave earlier in the week, to drink while on an outing. It was actually very good – I think I MAY (don’t want to jinx it) have finally mastered the perfect preparation for this tea. It was sweet, citrusy and almost juicy with a slight peppery/woody undertone to it. The agave helped a lot, I think.

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What is the perfect prep?

Roswell Strange

80C water, three minutes steep, squeeze of agave. In theory, anyway – gotta see if it works a second time around.

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Here’s Hoping Traveling Teabox – Round #5 – Tea #53
Another last serving removed from the box! It seems to be a fruity flavored white tea. I’m not sure what the fruit is actually supposed to be, but one of them is definitely citrusy. A translation of yuzu actually means some sort of citrus fruit. I’m actually surprised at how yellow this cup is for a white tea. It’s very bright yellow while not being oversteeped. The second steep is somehow even fruitier. I’m happy to have tried it, but also glad I removed the big empty pouch from the teabox.

Gooseberry Spoon

Satsuma is similar to a mandarin orange/tangerine.

Yuzu is an ugly sour citrus fruit with lots of seeds used in Japanese and Korean cooking. It’s in ponzu sauce and a lot of candies (there’s a yuzu kasugai gummy). Plus they make sort of a marmalade with it then use spoonfuls of that in hot water to make yuzu tea. I’ve been trying to find a jar for awhile now, I didn’t even think to try and find and yuzu flavored tea. Thanks!

tea-sipper

Thanks for the info. :D

MrQuackers

Yuzu is an amazing citrus fruit! You can even make tea with just the fruit.

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