Satsuma Mint

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The satsuma is a citrus fruit originating in China, but perfected and popularized by Japan; its fruit has one of the sweetest citrus varieties, with a meltingly tender texture. Our Satsuma Mint blend is a refreshing zingy tisane the whole family will adore.
Our bright and cheery yellow blend has a minty aroma with lots of citrus peel bitterness. Once steeped any bitter aroma that was once present is gone and is replaced with a golden infusion with sweet citrus aroma. First sip is tart and quickly followed by sweet orange with apple and a finishing burst of mint. Try it hot for a soothing afternoon pick me up, or iced with your sweetener of choice!
Our Satsuma Mint is sweet, refreshing and full of satsuma citrus flavor!

Ingredients: Apple bits, orange wedges, natural flavoring, lemongrass, crisped mint leaves, sunflower blossom, tartaric acid.
Origin: Germany
Caffeine Level: Caffeine Free
Preparation: Use 1-1.5 tsp of tea per 8oz/200ml of water. Heat water to 205F/95C and steep for 4-5 minutes.

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I haven’t written a note for this.  I think I received it as a sample a while ago directly from Tealyra.  It’s a lovely one.  It’s all sweet sweet orange, almost reminding me of some sort of orange sauce you’d eat on chicken or something.  I miss Chinese buffets. We don’t have any in the vicinity here anyway.   There are only hints of mint in the flavor, which is fine with me as I like the sweet orange being the highlight of the cup.  The second steep is also fantastic.  Sadly they don’t have this for sale anymore.  I would have bought more.  That’s the problem with Tealyra… they once kept my favorites in stock but not so much anymore.  But it looks like ‘Tea Desire’ has it in stock as Blood Orange Loves Mint.
Steep #1 // 15 minutes after boiling // 3 minute steep
Steep #2 // just boiled // 10 minute steep
2021 sipdowns: 36 (oldest sample of Adagio – Fujian Baroque) 

Tiffany :)

Ooh, I love satsuma as a fruit and more recently have started to fall for mint tea so this sounds delish! I have added it to my wish list :)

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