Herbes de Provence

Tea type
Black Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Basil, Black Tea, Lavender, Parsley, Rosemary, Thyme
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Herbes de Provence is a bright and fragrant tea blend consisting of a black base tea from Sri Lanka. The base tea is bright, golden, and a touch sweet. This base tea is then blended with Herbes de Provence, a combination of basil, rosemary, thyme, parsley, lavender, and savory. These herbs are typical of the Provence region of southeast France (though lavender is not used in traditional southern French cooking). This is a tea that welcomes summer hot or iced and goes well with a kiss of honey and dash of milk.

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This one sounded so interesting, a sweet and savory black tea. But I just didn’t care for it. Unfortunately the savory part was too much for me but I think this would make an excellent marinade for fish or steak.

http://www.cuppageek.com/index.php/2015/08/04/my-new-handmade-cup-with-junes-handmade-tea-herbs-de-provence/

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Tea marinade :p
I have actually used lemongrass teas to make soup… and I’m thinking about creating extract from shou to make glazes and… are you ready???
I am going to one day make a ripe pu’erh maple syrup!

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