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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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From George Cannon

Black teas from China and Ceylon, orange, vanilla and cardamom flavours
3-5min 95 degrees

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4411 tasting notes

Made this as an eggnog latte with a marshmallow drink topper and though the marshmallow and eggnog are contributing a great deal of sweetness to help bring out the vanilla, the creamy orange is the finishing star of each sip. It’s lovely though I don’t know if I need to have it again. This one cup can make for a nice little fling that’s fun while it lasted and will be fondly remembered. Thank you Sil for the share!

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This was a pleasant cup of subtle orange black tea. I found a hint of spice in the background—the cardamom I guess.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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10024 tasting notes

pulled this one out today to try since it’s been a while. Was blown away by the orange smell of the dry leaf. Brewed it’s a creamy orange black tea – i suspect the vanilla is softening the orange flavour. It’s quite tasty and very much seems to me like something that should be had when there’s snow on the ground – a cool winter evening, where the stars have started to come out and there’s a fresh light snow falling.

Sil

i have lots for you to try some of this eventually hahaha

Terri HarpLady

sound good…eventually!

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