hist-brewing: Re: Spice question

Michael L. Hall hall at galt.lanl.gov
Mon Jun 28 09:36:11 PDT 1999


bjm10 at cornell.edu writes:
> > However, *Earl Grey* tea has a taste different from standard (orange
> > pekoe and black pekoe) tea; it is made with oil of bergamot.
> 
> So what's the name of the tea flavored with Juniper?  Or does it have a 
> special name?

I didn't know anything in particular, so I did a little web
searching. Basically, I think it's just tea with Juniper berries in
it, and it's called Juniper tea. See:

  http://www.lifesvigor.com/category/teascat.html

etc.

Cheers,

-Mike

============================================================================ 
Michael L. Hall, Ph.D.                    <mailto:hall at lanl.gov>        
Past President, Los Alamos Atom Mashers   <http://hbd.org/atommash>    
Member, AHA Board of Advisors             <http://www.beertown.org/aha.html>
============================================================================
The righteous shall be given to drink pure mead sealed with musk.
                                The Koran

-------------------------------------------------------------------------
To unsubscribe from this list, send email to majordomo at pbm.com containing
the words "unsubscribe hist-brewing" (or unsubscribe hist-brewing-digest, if
you get the digest.) To contact a human about problems, send mail to
owner-hist-brewing at pbm.com



More information about the hist-brewing mailing list