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STeaP #49: Too Much Brandice!

Uploaded on Aug 23, 2008 / 185 views / 2657 impressions / 16 comments

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Today we are trying Felicitea's Earl Grey Brandice
(4 minutes and 3 minutes in boiling water), a tea that Brandice herself helped make. Will it...

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Today we are trying Felicitea's Earl Grey Brandice
(4 minutes and 3 minutes in boiling water), a tea that Brandice herself helped make. Will it be able to stand up to Joe's sarcasm as well as the original Brandice? Yes, actually it does. And it's so nice, we tried it twice!
For photos from this episode, visit our Flickr pool, and for more episodes and other tea tidbits, visit STeaPtv.com. Contact Joe and Brandice via steap@steaptv.com.

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16 comments

DoctorAnonymous 19:22

Aug 26, 2008

I apologize for watching this long jk

DoctorAnonymous 0:23

Aug 26, 2008

Joe can fix that in post hehe

DoctorAnonymous 9:47

Aug 26, 2008

I like the episode!

brandice 11:00

Aug 25, 2008

I have Pine Sol smelling Earl Grey... blech.

brandice 8:53

Aug 25, 2008

I am sending samples to anyone who emails me a US tea estate or insults me. ANYONE!

brandice 1:28

Aug 25, 2008

Felicitea Earl Grey Brandice

brandice 0:55

Aug 25, 2008

Earl Grey Brandice!!! :)

NikhilR 8:08

Aug 25, 2008

The full video used to be online, but its been taken down. here is a 5 minute clip from an episode of Modern Marvels on The History Channel. About 2 minutes in, they talk about the Charleston Tea Estate http://www.veoh.com/videos/v15398501Jar257mK

NikhilR 8:03

Aug 25, 2008

http://south-carolina-plantations.com/charleston/charleston-tea.html

NikhilR 7:35

Aug 25, 2008

there is one in Charleston, South Carolina though!

felicitea 7:32

Aug 25, 2008

The tea are from Assam and Nilgiri areas in India.

felicitea 7:08

Aug 25, 2008

I got "bergamot" leaves locally. It's actually a different plant that's not in the citrus family but called the same thing because of the smell. Unfortunetly it was unusable in the tea.

felicitea 4:38

Aug 25, 2008

Joebus?

felicitea 20:29

Aug 24, 2008

It was unavailable locally, and the oils from the US weren't what I wanted. This oil did come from Italy.

felicitea 4:56

Aug 24, 2008

You need to want something. That's the problem. Brandice said "I want a good earl grey." Done. What does Joe want?

felicitea 4:07

Aug 24, 2008

Microwave & dishwasher safe. :)

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