Sicilian Vespers

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From Special Tea Company

White tea, Osman thus flowers, royal chrysanthemum petals with cabernet flavoring. Start with cold water and bring water to a boil. Add tea leaves, one heaping teaspoon per cup of water. For iced tea, add one level tablespoon. Pour hot water over leaves and steep 3-6 minutes. Remove or strain tea and enjoy.

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This sample comes via Liquid Proust!

I don’t know why, but I’m greatly drawn to wine flavoured/infused things (not just tea) despite actually really, really disliking wine. This is no exception because I looked at the sample from LP and definitely went “Ooh, it’s wine flavoured! That’ll be really good!” before remembering that I hate wine…

Cold brewed, though, this is really good! There’s a floral, fruity sweetness that does remind me of white wine: I can’t say Cabernet in particular because I’m definitely not experienced enough in the wine department to know the ins and outs (ie. nuances) of each particular type of wine. Maybe red comparred with white, sure, but not each particular type. I find the cold brew refreshing, and flavourful without feeling overwhelming though. As well, I think the lightness of the base and natural honey and hay notes compliment the fruityness well.

So yeah, I guess wine is better when it’s in tea form.

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