Satsuma Yuzu

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Thanks Roswell Strange for sending this my way! Age hasn’t been kind here and so this tastes like not much. Touch of grass maybe but nothing else

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Made a locktop of this with some agave earlier in the week, to drink while on an outing. It was actually very good – I think I MAY (don’t want to jinx it) have finally mastered the perfect preparation for this tea. It was sweet, citrusy and almost juicy with a slight peppery/woody undertone to it. The agave helped a lot, I think.


What is the perfect prep?

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80C water, three minutes steep, squeeze of agave. In theory, anyway – gotta see if it works a second time around.

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Here’s Hoping Traveling Teabox – Round #5 – Tea #53
Another last serving removed from the box! It seems to be a fruity flavored white tea. I’m not sure what the fruit is actually supposed to be, but one of them is definitely citrusy. A translation of yuzu actually means some sort of citrus fruit. I’m actually surprised at how yellow this cup is for a white tea. It’s very bright yellow while not being oversteeped. The second steep is somehow even fruitier. I’m happy to have tried it, but also glad I removed the big empty pouch from the teabox.

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Satsuma is similar to a mandarin orange/tangerine.

Yuzu is an ugly sour citrus fruit with lots of seeds used in Japanese and Korean cooking. It’s in ponzu sauce and a lot of candies (there’s a yuzu kasugai gummy). Plus they make sort of a marmalade with it then use spoonfuls of that in hot water to make yuzu tea. I’ve been trying to find a jar for awhile now, I didn’t even think to try and find and yuzu flavored tea. Thanks!


Thanks for the info. :D


Yuzu is an amazing citrus fruit! You can even make tea with just the fruit.

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