Finally, the masterpiece I have been building up to.
This is the first Marco Polo Blend I tried, I had been obsessing about Rooibos for years, and then when I found this I bought 100g in a Boite du Thé withouth trying it, and have since got a re-fill of 200g on a successive Paris visit.
The is something just amazing about this blend, I can drink it any time of day, with or without milk, and never ever get sick of it, I’m “always in the mood” for this tea, and it helps me set to work on the task at hand.
How to brew?
I put 2/3 desert spoonfuls of it in a 6 cup pot, as rooibos doesn’t suffer from tannins and I can re-steep the hell out of this baby.
Water has to be boiling or just off, and I prefer to warm the pot as it makes it brew better, and it’s fine with milk or without, if I have brewed it strong with milk is best.
Anything else?
Colour, once brewed, is lovely, taste is so fruity and rich and warm, not at all heavy, a really excellent brew!
And very reasonable in price too.

205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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For a long ago party, I produced a Food Menu and a Tea Menu for my guests. The food Menu was less than 1 side A4. The tea menu was 8 sides of A5 including an explanation of the process required to produce each tea and explanation of the Orange Pekoe leaf grading system.
This pretty much sums up my life long love affair with tea, and any other information about me would therefore be irrelevant if I went into it here.


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