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Corellisi

created by Ginger Brown
sample tin
makes 5 cups
$5
3oz pouch
32¢ per cup
$12
5oz tin
38¢ per cup
$24
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Ryshcate -- the signature dessert of Corellia, prepared to mark holidays and special occasions. This tea was created to be reminiscent of that delicious treat known galaxy wide to cheer up any homesick Corellian. PREPARATION: 2 tsp in 8 oz of boiling water. Steep for 5 minutes. To bring out more sweetness and caramel flavor, add a touch of agave or rock crystal sugar. For a more Corellian treat, those of legal drinking age can add 2 - 3 tablespoons of (Texas) whiskey or bourbon.


This tea contains a moderate level of caffeine | Steep at 212° for 3 minutes.
Signature blends are not eligible for returns.
 

ingredients & lore

blended with black tea, decaf ceylon tea, assam melody tea, ceylon sonata tea, cinnamon, orange, cocoa nibs, natural caramel flavor, marigold flowers, natural hazelnut flavor, natural creme flavor & natural cinnamon flavor

teas: decaf hazelnut cinnamon creme, caramel, irish breakfast

accented with cinnamon spice & cloves spice

Ryshcate -- the signature dessert of Corellia, prepared to mark holidays and special occasions. In the real world, I use a bourbon-pecan spice cake. Here on Adagio, I wanted to create a tea that might be reminiscent of the special treat. This is the result... so far. PREPARATION: 2 tsp in 8 oz of boiling water. Steep for 5 - 6 minutes. To bring out more sweetness and caramel flavor, add a touch of agave or rock crystal sugar.

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