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  • “Much-postponed Christmas swap with a friend today; she’d been Goodwilling and I am now in possession of a lovely heavy white ceramic dome-shaped pot and cups and saucers with delicate sage green...” Read full tasting note

From Frontier Natural Products Co-op

Rich jewel-tone amber brew of Indian Assam complimented with cinnamon, orange and clove flavors. Bits of real orange peel and whole cloves. Perfect cold-weather warm-up.

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Much-postponed Christmas swap with a friend today; she’d been Goodwilling and I am now in possession of a lovely heavy white ceramic dome-shaped pot and cups and saucers with delicate sage green leaves that make me feel like I’m handling spring. The pot is great—I love friends who understand the value of utilitarian vs. cutesie things that don’t hold heat and you can’t pour out of.

Anyway….also a selection of four of her fave teas to try in said pot; all from our favorite local bulk jars. The manufacturer description is very accurate. The dry leaves are redolent of cloves. (Redolent—isn’t that a nice, relaxing adjective? And one I didn’t have to make up, either.) The steeped color is rich and sultry amber. Flavor—-succulent. The orange is pithy, not painfully tart; deep, sweet cloves that warm your tummy but don’t bite your tongue.

K S

Yeah for the pot and cups! I almost picked up some china cups in Goodwill before Christmas. Walked out, then regretted not buying them. I didn’t need them but I have heard the size and shape of the cup changes the flavor. Everything I now use is mug shaped. I want to experiment. Next time I spend the dollar. Its all in the name of science really. :)

Have to admit I had to Google redolent.

ashmanra

Nice! Hooray for good teaware!

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