Muscat Green Rooibos Aroma Tea

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Rooibos Tea
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Boiling 3 min, 30 sec

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  • “A sample from Roswell Strange. I don’t think I’ve tried a tea quite like this one before – it’s a bit of an odd duck. It’s bagged, so it’s hard to see exactly what’s inside, but it looks to be...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Sipdown (129)! Tried this one cold as per Liquid Proust’s recommendation! It tasted like grape juice. But, like, really really nice grape juice. Organic, fair trade grape juice squeezed between the...” Read full tasting note
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A sample from Roswell Strange. I don’t think I’ve tried a tea quite like this one before – it’s a bit of an odd duck. It’s bagged, so it’s hard to see exactly what’s inside, but it looks to be thin, narrorw strands of leaf. Some are red, and evidently Rooibos, but there are also a multitude of other colours; green, yellow, cream, some a pinky-purple. Interesting, to say the least! I gave the bag approximately 3.5 minutes in boiling water, and the resulting liquor is a medium golden-toned yellow-green. This one is truly as unusual as it sounds. The scent is very grapey, so I can see where the muscat in the name comes from. I’m intrigued.

To taste, this one reminds me of nothing more or less than grape flavoured hard candy. It’s pretty sweet on the whole, but with that slightly sour edge grape can give things. It not “muscatel” in the way of Darjeeling – more “muscat” in the way of grape Kool Aid. I’m not really sure what I was expecting, but I am pleasantly surprised by this cup. It’s a pleasant, low calorie treat on a summer afternoon!

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 30 sec

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Sipdown (129)!

Tried this one cold as per Liquid Proust’s recommendation!

It tasted like grape juice. But, like, really really nice grape juice. Organic, fair trade grape juice squeezed between the thighs of Parisian nuns that costs you $15 an ounce. Really enjoyable; though honestly a little more watery/less concentrated than the hot version which I guess I slightly prefer. But only slightly, ’cause this is some damn good grapey/winey tea.

I’d really like to stock up/buy more but honestly I have no clue how I’d go about doing that…

Liquid Proust

… Well, I do have two other grape teas :) one which is even better! I can send them your way.

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