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  • “Hello everyone! Oof, June was a wash in terms of me writing tasting notes. It was a busy month. (The anniversary of the death of my father, both of my far-flung siblings being in town, preparing...” Read full tasting note

From Curiosa Society

A warm spring wind, whispers of home, fresh strawberries with cream, and the company of old friends.

This premium black tea was inspired by the following quote:

“Do you remember the Shire, Mr. Frodo? It’ll be spring soon. And the orchards will be in blossom. And the birds will be nesting in the hazel thicket. And they’ll be sowing the summer barley in the lower fields… and eating the first of the strawberries with cream. Do you remember the taste of strawberries?”

― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Return of the King

This blend combines Sri Lankan black tea with freeze dried strawberries and cream to capture the fresh flavours and the simple magic of a sunny afternoon.

Ingredients: Black Tea, Natural Strawberry Flavour, Natural Creme Flavour (dairy-free), Raspberry Leaves, Freeze-dried Strawberry Pieces

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Hello everyone! Oof, June was a wash in terms of me writing tasting notes. It was a busy month. (The anniversary of the death of my father, both of my far-flung siblings being in town, preparing for my boss to go on paternity leave, auditions and early rehersal for a play, and coming off a week where the low temp was 103 all week).
I shall try to be here more. I do love it so.
So I ordered this tea from Curiosa society, which is a shop full of “extraordinary goods”. I’ve ordered cool cards and gifts from them before, and when I saw they were selling teas, well, I jumped.
This is a strawberries and cream type blend, which always sound so lovely, but this came out a touch bitter to me. What is the steeping secret for this sort of blend? Further experimentation is needed.
On a heat related note- what is everyones preferred method for making iced tea? I have decided this is the year I really get the hang of it, but advice would be appriciated!

gmathis

I just cold steep in the fridge overnight…no science to it, but when it gets this hot (Missouri is getting some of your weather this week), flavor subtleties aren’t very important to me.

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