By Mia in Germany on May 15, 2012
Photo by Baby Kato
Photo by Baby Kato
"It was late in the night, and my eyes were getting tired from peering at the faint writing on the old Greek Magical Papyri in the dim light of the candle, when suddenly a scrap of another papyrus slipped off the pile of fragile rolls. A brief glance told me it was the bill of sale for a donkey, rough writing with splatters of the black soot ink all over – the writer must have tortured his reed pen to death. But then he didn't write a book, he just sold a donkey, right? Everybody would just scribble something on the next best scrap of papyrus for that. I had a closer glance. The next best scrap – yeah. There was some extremely faint writing beneath the thick black soot ink. Note: the story continues below......"
Serving Size: 1 (395 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Lovely witches potion chef. This tea was delicious; spicy and fruity, slightly tart with a little heat. I loved it. This drink is definitely worth the extra effort. Your recipe was a great use of contest ingredients, I will be making this tea again and again. Good luck in the contest. Made for RSC #18"
"Love the story! Besides that, the drink was delicious, maybe a little cumbersome to make but well worth the effort. After finishing sipping it I decided to make a large batch. This is now in the fridge and it is perfect for the heatwave at the moment.
Thanks for creating and contributing.
Made for RSC Potion #18 Game."
"Love the story! This is a great drink...not too tart, not too sweet; very refreshing & very easy. I also think this should be made into a mega batch to keep in the fridge. Made for RSC #18. Good luck!"
"Cute story! And a deliciously refreshing drink! Spices were perfect and the slight tartness of the juice was a nice contrast. This would be good made in a large batch and kept in refrigerator for serving over ice during the summer. Made for RSC."