Memories From Napoli

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From Camellia Sinensis

Introducing a green tea-based blend as colourful as it is refreshing. Inspired by the warmth of the Mediterranean, it combines the herbal flavours of rosemary and green tea with the zest of grapefruit.

A wonderful drink to enjoy under the summer sun!

Cold Brew for One Cup

Use 1 tsp (2.5g) of is blend into 250 ml of cold water

Add sugar to taste (around 1/2 tps / 250 ml)

Leave 8 to 12 hours in the fridge and filter

Hot Brew

Use 2 tsp (5g) for 250 ml of boil water

Add sugar to taste (around 1/2 tsp / 250 ml)

Infuse for 5 minutes, filter and pour on a cup ice

Ingredients: Green tea*, beetroot*, rosemary*, flavour (grapefruit), flavour (lemon), flavour (orange), pink grapefruit*.

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Cold Brew!

I met up with an IG tea friend yesterday who was in Montreal on vacation and we stopped at Camellia Sinensis to do some shopping and tea tasting. I noticed that this was a new flavour to their iced tea line up, and I’ve been really feeling pink grapefruit teas this summer so I decided to pick up a bag!

Honestly, this is very good but weirdly familiar!? I’m about half way through my cold brew of it right now and I’ve spent a lot of the time drinking this just trying to place what it’s reminding me of. The rosemary is SUPER strong so I wouldn’t recommend this for someone who doesn’t like a more savory or herbaceous ta blend, but honestly to me it just kind of enhances that more elevated cocktail kind of vibe. The pink grapefruit is bright, zesty and sweet with just a smidge of pith to balance it out. It’s also just a bit earthy from the beet in a subtle and complimentary way. I thought maybe it was reminding me of AQ2T’s Rosemary Grapefruit Mimosa blend, and I guess technically it is since there’s so much flavour overlap – the rosemary in this is stronger though and the grapefruit juicier.

That’s not it, though. Yes, there’s similarities but I think specifically the grapefruit flavour is REALLY making me think of another tea and I just can’t put my finger on which one…

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