My First Blend

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Jan 12th, '11, 15:41
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My First Blend

by christopherscott2112 » Jan 12th, '11, 15:41

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Jan 12th, '11, 18:57
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Re: My First Blend

by iannon » Jan 12th, '11, 18:57

sounds interesting..the bergamot and orange may blend well together. you will have to let us know how it turns out ;)

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Re: My First Blend

by christopherscott2112 » Jan 12th, '11, 18:59

I certainly will. :)

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Jan 12th, '11, 19:11
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Re: My First Blend

by iannon » Jan 12th, '11, 19:11

christopherscott2112 wrote:I certainly will. :)
i am actually creating a blend for my daughter using some chai as a base too..
although i am using the green chai 50%, The White tropics tea 40% and 10% lemongrass

Jan 12th, '11, 19:39
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Re: My First Blend

by christopherscott2112 » Jan 12th, '11, 19:39

iannon wrote: i am actually creating a blend for my daughter using some chai as a base too..
although i am using the green chai 50%, The White tropics tea 40% and 10% lemongrass
Oh man... I love green chai and lemon grass! Whenever you have it set up and ready, let me know. :wink:

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Re: My First Blend

by TwoPynts » Jan 13th, '11, 10:02

Good luck with your 1st blend. Making them is fun!

Jan 13th, '11, 10:40
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Re: My First Blend

by christopherscott2112 » Jan 13th, '11, 10:40

TwoPynts wrote:Good luck with your 1st blend. Making them is fun!
Thank you! It sure is fun!

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Re: My First Blend

by christopherscott2112 » Jan 18th, '11, 20:04

It came in! A bit too much chai, but defiantly good. It smelled amazing!

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Re: My First Blend

by TwoPynts » Jan 19th, '11, 09:25

christopherscott2112 wrote:It came in! A bit too much chai, but defiantly good. It smelled amazing!
Well, you can always go back in and adjust the ratios for the next order. :)

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Re: My First Blend

by christopherscott2112 » Jan 19th, '11, 23:02

Can you guys help me out? The current ratio is 40% Earl Grey Bravo, 50% Masala Chai, 10% Orange. I am thinking about turning the chai down ten percent and turning either the orange or earl grey up ten. What do you guys think?

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Re: My First Blend

by iannon » Jan 19th, '11, 23:28

personally i would up that base of earl grey..but thats just me. I dont like an overpowering fruit factor. hints and aromas of fruit are fine ;)
oh and by the way..my daughter and wife loved my green chai/white tropics/lemongrass blend !

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Re: My First Blend

by christopherscott2112 » Jan 20th, '11, 07:31

iannon wrote:personally i would up that base of earl grey..but thats just me. I dont like an overpowering fruit factor. hints and aromas of fruit are fine ;)
oh and by the way..my daughter and wife loved my green chai/white tropics/lemongrass blend !
Awesome! And I'll do that. I am not a fruity guy myself.
What's the name of your blend?

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Jan 20th, '11, 09:18
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Re: My First Blend

by TwoPynts » Jan 20th, '11, 09:18

iannon wrote:personally i would up that base of earl grey..but thats just me. I dont like an overpowering fruit factor. hints and aromas of fruit are fine ;)
oh and by the way..my daughter and wife loved my green chai/white tropics/lemongrass blend !
+1. The Earl Grey already has the fruity characteristic so I don't think you'd need to go more orange.

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