Pentox wrote:Lupicia used to offer a tea called Kuromitsu Kinako. I think at one time they called it Sweet Tokyo, but it looks like by either name it's gone from their lineup now. It probably got pulled during the thinning of their tea lineup. It is a flavored green with kinako, brown sugar, and maple syrup. Or at least that's what it tastes like to me. If you want some I still have some left. (I'm not terribly fond of it)
Yes please? I would love to try some. Though if I get hooked, not being able to find more would be very sad!
Cinnamon Kitty wrote:I used a no-name ceylon from the local organic store. I put just enough maple syrup to lightly cover the bottom of the cup. My cup has a small base though, so that measurement might vary. The tea itself was brewed for about three minutes. The maple syrup that I used was the good, natural stuff from a maple farm nearby so it wasn't overpowering.
Thanks for the info - I will have to try that. I've got a lower grade ceylon that I'll try it with.