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Rooibos Tea
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banana, Cinnamon, Cocoa, Rooibos
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10 oz / 295 ml

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Rooibos Tea

Caffeine Level: Nope

Steep at 212° for 5 minutes

Inspired By: Digital Underground

Ingredients: Honeybush tea, cinnamon, cocoa nibs, natural banana flavor, natural chestnut flavor, and marigold flowers

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Started bringing my husband into the evening steeps. Today I got the Hella tea happy mail. So that means I have to try one of the teas today.

Tea preparation: Western

Dry smell: Definitely Banana Nut Bread. Yum!

Tasting notes: When at really hot temps mostly tastes like rooibos. When it cools down a bit the flavors blend better the banana is more forward and the cinnamon and cocoa nibs are warming. Overall, really delicious lightly flavored unsweetened tea.

Flavors: banana, Cinnamon, Cocoa, Rooibos

3 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML

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Geek Steep S2E17 – Hamilton

Our first musical! This is the fandom we covered last week, and I’m so happy to have opened the door to exploring more Broadway productions…

I chose this tea to drink while watching/listening to this Geek for the first time. Picking a tea for this wasn’t easy. I had the immediate idea that I wanted to drink a tea from a BIPOC owned tea company because I think one of the most beautiful things about this play is how it celebrates America’s history through this incredibly talented mosaic of racially diverse actors. As Lin Manuel Miranda himself said, it’s a story of America then told by America now…

But WHAT tea!? I thought of Hella Tea’s 18Tea7 Proof, which is a whisky flavoured black tea, but I’m not doing Lapsang this season so that ruled out this tea. I settled on this one, which is a delicious warm baked banana and sweet maple/chestnut flavoured blend. I made it in a large teapot and it was just nice having that format of tea to sip over this multi hour music. The spirit of the music was there… but the taste wasn’t.

It was just kind of too fun!? And I don’t mean to imply it’s not a fun musical because there’s a lot of fun and hilarious moments and it just feels so hopeful and uplifting but, well, it’s also heavy. Like, I didn’t feel like my pairing was serious enough in tone for those moments of the musical. It’s an excellent tea, but only a half fit…

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