Blueberry Cream

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  • “Mastress Alita’s sipdown challenge Wednesday, May 26th: National Blueberry Cheesecake Day Tea #1 Guess what!  I have blueberries and cheesecake on hand, so I will definitely be partaking in a...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I cold brewed this and of course, the hibiscus took over a little bit, but it wasn’t too bad. The cream was mostly nonexistent though. I wonder if it would be creamier if I put a little bit of hot...” Read full tasting note

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Perfect harmony between fresh sour sharp blueberry and soft creamy flavour.
Great for iced or hot tea.

Ingredients: apple pieces, hibiscus, rose hips fine cut, beetroot, blueberries, blackberries, cornflowers, barberry, natural flavour
Preparation (1 cup): 1 teaspoon, boiling water, 5-9 minutes

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Mastress Alita’s sipdown challenge Wednesday, May 26th: National Blueberry Cheesecake Day Tea #1

Guess what!  I have blueberries and cheesecake on hand, so I will definitely be partaking in a dessert with the appropriate theme for today!  Nice.  Not much new to say about this tea, but how WEIRD is it that a tea called  Blueberry Cream has hibiscus in it?  Adding cream to this much hibiscus would most certainly curdle.  Bleh.  And it’s mostly hibiscus here.   Next steep session will be a sipdown. 

derk

Add a pinch of baking soda, enough that it hopefully wouldn’t effect the flavor, but enough to keep the milk from curdling. I never have milk on hand, otherwise I’d try.

tea-sipper

oh cool, thanks for that tip!

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I cold brewed this and of course, the hibiscus took over a little bit, but it wasn’t too bad. The cream was mostly nonexistent though. I wonder if it would be creamier if I put a little bit of hot water in first and then add in the cold water for cold brewing.

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