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    Brew Lab Tea Coco Chai

    Country of Origin: not listed Leaf Appearance: small, dark with lots of visible spices Ingredients: black tea, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, cardimom, coconut Steep time: 5 minutes Water Temperature: 212 degrees Preparation Method: porcelain teacup and mesh infuser Liquor: dark reddish brown While it isn’t for everyone, I’m a big fan of coconut in chai. This one was a good basic chai with a rich, earthy base. The spices were mild but present and the coconut added a slight fruity note. It was just brisk enough to add a refreshing and crisp finish. I brewed it straight up but it would lend itself well to stove top brewing as well. A tiny bit of…


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    Brew Lab Tea Honey Bear

    Country of Origin: not listed but presumably South Africa Leaf Appearance: small, reddish brown Ingredients: rooibos, vanilla, caramel Steep time: 5 minutes Water Temperature: 212 degrees Preparation Method: ceramic teacup and mesh infuser Liquor: deep reddish brown I’m not usually a fan of rooibos but every once in a while I come across a flavored one that I find really enjoyable. This blend was sweet, creamy and comforting. The base rooibos was earthy and unobtrusive, letting the other flavors really shine. Vanilla and caramel are a great pair and I love the way that they combined here. The flavoring wasn’t overdone or artificial tasting. It’s a perfect before bedtime sip because it does…

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    Brew Lab Tea Peach Green

    Country of Origin: not listed Leaf Appearance: deep green, somewhat flat, large fruit pieces Ingredients: green tea, dried peaches Steep time: 3 minutes Water Temperature: 175 degrees Preparation Method: ceramic infuser mug Liquor: gold I was really excited to try this tea because it’s first offering that I’ve tried from +Brew Lab Tea after I have been following them on Tumblr for a while. I couldn’t believe how large the pieces of dried peach were. Although it wasn’t listed on the product page, the leaves were unmistakably sencha. The taste was wonderfully light and sweet. Pan fired green tea proved to be a perfect match for the sweet peach. It came across as a gentle…