Margaret's Fine Imports
Ingredients: Luxury black tea, dried grapes, blueberries, currants, apple, hibiscus, cornflowers, rosehips, pineapple, papaya, brambleberries, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, natural flavors.
It's Game of Thrones week during The 23 Teas of October!
Dornish Wine tea has a very heavy flavor. It's packed full of fruit, with light rosehips as an accent. The dry tea is a beautiful reddish purple color. The depth of flavor really does make you think of wine! After a number of cups, though, the grape flavor wins out. Nice if you want a very fruity summer tea.
Hot: 3-4 min, 2 oz tea, 8 oz water
Iced: 30 sec, 3 oz tea, 8 oz water over ice
(Really high-class paper towel backdrop.)
Lovely reddish wine color!
Tasty with milk. Even though it's fruity, it works.
Have you tried Dogfish Head Sixty-One minute, brewed with Syrah grape must? It's a wine-beer synergy.
Come back Monday for some spice.
(Win tea! Rules here http://allteanocrumpets.blogspot.com/2014/09/tea-giveaway.html)
Does grape work in drinks other than wine, like tea and beer? What do you think?