Apricot Triple Ginger

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Black Tea
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Apricot Flavour, Calendula Petals, Ginger Root
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  • “I am, apparently, not a very subtle person. I like my flavors to be there, more often than not. So, while I find the flavors of this tea to be pleasant, I wish they were stronger! I wish I had a...” Read full tasting note
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Three varieties of ginger are in this subtle fruit tea. First is the crystallized ginger for sweetness & ginger “zip”. Then the ginger root pieces get stronger & spicier the longer you steep your tea. Let your palette and mood determine how spicy you want the ginger flavor. Try it iced with lemon for a refreshing twist!
Ingredients: Black tea, ginger root, crystallized ginger (ginger & cane sugar), natural apricot flavor & calendula petals

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I am, apparently, not a very subtle person. I like my flavors to be there, more often than not. So, while I find the flavors of this tea to be pleasant, I wish they were stronger! I wish I had a juicier apricot and a kickier ginger here. I especially like ginger to bite back.
Still, I think this will be enjoyable in the hot months.

gmathis

Wonder what would happen if you added some apple juice or peach nectar before icing it down…

ashmanra

Gmathis: whoa! I had been considering adding some peach syrup to my iced tea, but your comment reminded me that our grocer has pear nectar and such. I bet they would be AWESOME in tea!

gmathis

Random and unrelated — back when I had a baby under my roof, the pediatrician recommended the syrup from a can of “cling peaches in heavy syrup” for baby nausea. Worked wonders, and wasn’t too bad for grown up nausea, too.

Kittenna

@gmathis – that’s quite an interesting remedy!

@Rosehips – you’d think a tea named “triple ginger” would have a pretty kicky ginger, but I guess not…

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