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So, strangely… Missy made two cups of this, one for me, one for her. From the exact same sample bag from Sandy. And they taste very, very different.

Mine is fantastic. It’s got the perfect lemon drop flavor (there’s some stevia added). It’s tart and refreshing, absolutely delicious.

Missy’s, on the other hand, has this weird bitterness. The lemon flavor (the ‘citral’ molecule), is harsher, more prevalent, and really not as enjoyable.

I’m not sure how it happened, but it did. She brewed it in the ingenuitea, and hers is the ‘first’ portion to come out, mine was the second. She just mixed them together and we both now have fairly pleasant cups.

Not saying I’d every really want to drink lemon myrtle straight. But now I kind of want a cup of straight lemongrass to compare.

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Interesting how the same brew tasted different in two cups.. maybe it was the ingenuitea? Being that the first cup was bitter.
I’ve been wondering about my perfectea maker altering flavors.. especially since my favorite tea tastes totally different now from it. I have yet to test the tea with a t-sac and I haven’t used vinegar to clean mine out or anything, maybe I should..

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It was more of a top half/bottom half thing, I think.

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This was a sample from Sandy. Thanks!

So tonight we discovered some thing new when I got the cup of yellow death. I brewed this up in the Ingenuitea and never realized I may need to swirl the tea around before I split it into our cups. Dylan got the cup of lemony goodness and I got pledge death. I kept saying, “it tastes, like pledge, Sandy likes this?!” He would say, “no it doesn’t this is lemon candy.” No I beg to differ! Dylan then tasted my cup and we stumbled upon the reason for the make fair cup. So, I took the two cups and dumped them into each back and forth. Now I have a slightly stronger cup of lemon candy goodness. I’ve been making our samples this way for a while. It makes me wonder if this has been the reason for all of the discrepancies.

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I’ve learned that you’re supposed to pour one third of the first cup then a third of the second cup, and so on. Alternating between them so both cups get top layer and bottom layer. I think it very likely that you’ve had different experiences based on this. (But also, you might just experience flavours differently full stop, which can’t be helped)


That’s a great idea. Then I won’t have to dirty up an extra dish for tea making. :D

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