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Old 05-17-2013, 04:17 AM   #1
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OK so my first recipe I'm ironing out is an IPA based on a recipe that I've already done with a slight twist, the concept is an IPA arnold palmer. Basically I use generous Sorachi ace flavor additions and some all natural lemonade in the secondary. This time adding some belma for bittering. Now for the tea, I need a recommendation for somewhat neutral tasting but a good tea AROMA as the other half of the experience. A friend has thrown Earl Grey on the table. Thoughts?

Now for the other recipe. Jalapeno Popper with dusseldorf alt as the base style. Jalapeno easy, but the cheese part? Powdered?

 
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Old 05-17-2013, 04:33 AM   #2
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Earl Gray is all bergamot, no tea aroma. Maybe a Darjeeling for a light, less bitter tea? Also: hope you're kidding about powdered cheese in your beer!
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Old 05-17-2013, 04:41 AM   #3
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Earl Gray is all bergamot, no tea aroma. Maybe a Darjeeling for a light, less bitter tea? Also: hope you're kidding about powdered cheese in your beer!
Does Darjeeling have a significant aroma? I'm kind of kidding about the powdered cheese, but I know I can't throw in a big a$$ block of cracker barrel sharp cheddar either. Thought about a little bit of lactose, but looking for ideas that would give the essence of cheese without necessarily being cheese.

 
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Old 05-18-2013, 05:56 AM   #4
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Darjeeling has a "fruitier" bouquet, to me anyway. It's a more delicate black tea, vs. the maltier and stronger Assam types (English Breakfast teas are Assam blends).
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Old 05-18-2013, 05:59 AM   #5
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Does Darjeeling have a significant aroma? I'm kind of kidding about the powdered cheese, but I know I can't throw in a big a$$ block of cracker barrel sharp cheddar either. Thought about a little bit of lactose, but looking for ideas that would give the essence of cheese without necessarily being cheese.
I thought "poppers" had more of a cream cheese filling? Maybe you could do some lactic acid fermentation. Or you could lean towards the cornmeal/batter element of the popper. Cereal mash some corn grits?
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