Might this be worth saving??

Owes its flavors to oxidation levels between green & black tea.


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Jun 26th, '10, 18:25
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Might this be worth saving??

by Bubba_tea » Jun 26th, '10, 18:25

I'm back visiting my folks and low and behold, there's a glass jar of tky (I think) and I put the label in there long ago... I think this has been there for 10 years now. Couple of questions - does anyone remember a label like this, and if so, might it be worth saving / reroasting? Since it's been sitting sealed up for so long, I was thinking it would have to be re-roasted before trying it...
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Jun 26th, '10, 22:46
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Re: Might this be worth saving??

by brandon » Jun 26th, '10, 22:46

Golden ticket... I want an oompaloompa NOW.

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Re: Might this be worth saving??

by Geekgirl » Jun 27th, '10, 00:21

LOL! "Get me a squirrel, Daddy!"

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Re: Might this be worth saving??

by entropyembrace » Jun 27th, '10, 00:27

Probably try a bit first before you re-roast it...it might be fine as is.

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Re: Might this be worth saving??

by Bubba_tea » Jun 28th, '10, 10:31

I think I missed something.... Squirrels? Oompaloomas? Are you guys roasting the tea or SMOKING it?? :lol:

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