Yorkshire Tea Bedtime Brew

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Black Tea, Lemon Balm, Lemongrass, Nutmeg, Vanilla Flavour
Flavors
Lemongrass, Nutmeg
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Caffeine
Decaffeinated
Certification
Vegan
Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
Average preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “The final teabag from gmathis! Many thanks! We were finishing the last little bit of my birthday cake tonight and I needed some decaf to go with it. I am so glad this wasn’t just another chamomile...” Read full tasting note
  • “ashmanra’s monthly sipdown challenge February 2023 → a tea for self-care My tea for the self-care sipdown prompt. I was hoping for a relaxing night tonight but I’m feeling irritated. Not for any...” Read full tasting note
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  • “It groppled today. The weather guy said so. Little miniature snowy-ice-balls about the size of a baby ladybug. We also had sleet, freezing fog, freezing rain, and snow within a 12-hour period. I...” Read full tasting note

From Taylors of Harrogate

A nice relaxing cup of Yorkshire Tea Decaf that you can happily drink before bed. And because it’s for bedtimes, we’ve put some really nice herbs and spices in it to make it extra cosy. It’s like a great big warm hug from your favourite bear (assuming you have a favourite bear).

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The final teabag from gmathis! Many thanks!

We were finishing the last little bit of my birthday cake tonight and I needed some decaf to go with it. I am so glad this wasn’t just another chamomile or rooibos blend. It is actual decaf black tea!

I taste nutmeg more than vanilla. This was good as is, and the resteep was okay although weaker than the other two blends I tried from Taylor’s this weekend, but I think it would be even more delicious with a flavored creamer as gmathis mentioned. I wouldn’t mind placing an order for the trifecta myself once the cupboard gets a little lower.

I did get a sipdown in today, too! Apricot Black Tea by Harney is off shelf, and I expect another sipdown tomorrow, so maybe I will finally make some progress on that cupboard.

gmathis

I like this one far better with milk than without.

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ashmanra’s monthly sipdown challenge
February 2023 → a tea for self-care

My tea for the self-care sipdown prompt. I was hoping for a relaxing night tonight but I’m feeling irritated. Not for any specific reason. I’m just feeling uneasy and I guess that’s making me irritable. Nevertheless, I’m still going to sit in my warm and cozy bed with my cup of tea and a new book to see if I can will the relaxation to come. I recently finished Katherine May’s book, The Electricity of Every Living Thing and connected so much with her writing that I immediately bought Wintering and pre-ordered her upcoming book Enchantment (releasing tomorrow!). Wintering has been on my list for a while, so I’m excited to finally start reading. Based on what little I’ve read or heard through podcasts, I suspect I may be going through a wintering period myself right now. Hopefully I’ll have more insight into that once I get into the book.

I’m very excited about the nutmeg part of this blend. It does smell quite strongly of nutmeg before steeping. The flavor though is mostly lemongrass I think. Or possibly lemon balm? It does feel comforting for nighttime. I do wish there was more nutmeg flavor though. Maybe next time I’ll add a bit of my own.

Flavors: Lemongrass, Nutmeg

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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It groppled today. The weather guy said so. Little miniature snowy-ice-balls about the size of a baby ladybug. We also had sleet, freezing fog, freezing rain, and snow within a 12-hour period. I expect either oobleck or meatballs by midnight.

Couple the frozen weather extravaganza with being out in it for a while and I’ve got tense muscles in places I forgot I had. So a comforting rocking chair brew is the RX for the evening.

…and this one was a surprise. The front of the box touts vanilla and nutmeg as the headliners, so I was expecting something like eggnog. Then I noticed the fine print…lemon balm and lemongrass are in the mix as well. Together, the additions to a reasonably deeply flavored decaf base make an unusual but tasty nightcap. (But you need to be a nutmeg fan. I am.)

ashmanra

This and the jam and toast one might end up in cart as soon as I make a couple more sipdowns.

gmathis

The jam and toast is heavenly with milk.

Michelle

Graupel – Heavily rimed snow particles, often called snow pellets; often indistinguishable from very small soft hail except for the size convention that hail must have a diameter greater than 5 mm
Just in case you were wondering how much of weather geek I am.

gmathis

I knew you’d know!

Maddy Barone

Yikes! That weather sounds downright scary. Good tea drinking weather and that’s the best that can be said for it.

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