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  1. So the flecks... They are light, hard to tell the color because the mix is so dark. it looks like tiny flakes of something. Not a lot of them admittedly. I cant photograph them as it is hard to focus but I have managed to get a photo to show you the sediment (attached). It obviously mixes when shook... Maybe this sediment are the flecks when mixed?? The first photo is the colour when shook and those are bubbles not the "flecks"... You can see it goes a muddy brown. The other two are obvious. At this point let me state that I was scrupulous when I made this and throughou
  2. Thank you very much for taking the time to reply. Maybe I dont understand what you mean by solid ingredients but it was only tea and sugar and bay leaf... There is actually a combination of sediment and flecks of something that wasn't there when I bottled it. The sediment doesn't really concern me its the flecks. One of my concerns since trying to diagnose on the net (thanks Google!!) is that I cold brewed the tea and it was whole loose leaf, could that of been a breeding ground? Anything would have been killed during the syrup boiling process surely? Because I have a
  3. Thanks Alex... I appreciate it, hopefully said chemists will chime in to confirm your thoughts.
  4. Hi All, Here in the UK (for everyone outside) they have a TV show with a drinks/cocktail segment. I saw a cocktail that I wanted to make for Christmas. The Viceroy Old Fashioned - Here is the recipe: http://www.channel4.com/programmes/su... However on the actual show he explained how he makes it and its slightly more in-depth. Basically he makes a syrup with Darjeeling Green tea, Bay Leaves, Dark brown Sugar and Orange Bitters. Pours it over some Woodford Reserve and lets it steep for 3 months. I decided to have a go at the longer, aged version.
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