First of all, many thanks to *Tea Equals Bliss" for sending some of this my way!

I steeped about 1 tsp. of this in my infuser mug for about 3 minutes. I got a very light orangish-tan tea liquor with some lovely peach and light muscatel notes. I am detecting a bit of spice here in the cup as well. Very smooth and mild cuppa. I might move onto something darker soon after this; yes it is still cold and foggy here while the rest of the country is roasting!

Thanks to T=B for sharing!

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So glad you liked it :)

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