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185 °F / 85 °C 1 min, 15 sec 19 oz / 551 ml

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From McQuarries Tea & Coffee Merchants

Smooth and silky with light Riesling and berry notes. A mild astringent finish.

Origin: China
Region: Fu-ding
Grade: Pai Mu Tan
Ingredients: white tea, Ontario ice wine, natural flavours.

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Roswell Strange, you sent me SOO much of this tea! I made a mason jar full and I don’t even think I made a dent in the stash. On the plus side though, I am actually getting ice wine today which is making for a very light and fruity cup. It is quite enjoyable :)

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 24 OZ / 709 ML

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O is for… Ontario Ice Wine White!

Cold Brew!

I didn’t have a lot of options for O teas, and I picked this one because it was one of the non-orange flavoured options, but I failed to account for the fact I had enjoyed Niagara Icewine the day prior which is a very similar (and IMO better) blend. So, this felt a bit like over kill on that sweet/boozy grape note and I more just found myself wishing I was enjoying a cold brew of the black tea blend from MTC instead.

Pro tip, though, both this and the Niagara Icewine black tea blend are both from MTC and use the same grape/icewine flavouring. I usually like the black tea better, but sometimes the lightness of the white tea better hits the spot – and if you’re just a fan of that grape flavour in general than this is another way of getting to enjoy it in a slightly different format!

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