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Ew. Not a fan of the rose flavour, & the bergamot is strong and completely overwhelms the white tea.
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I should learn to stop getting samples of infusions. I know I don’t like them. Overwhelmingly sweet.
Quite nice. Definitely delicate, if not overly so. Lightly citrus-y with an underlying flavour that I assume is the lotus (only ever having had crystallized lotus seeds, it’s hard to judge).
Odd. Really just tastes like a standard white tea with maybe an abstract hint of fruit.
Surprisingly lovely. Despite my trepidation (It’s jasmine /and/ earl grey? They suggest adding milk?), the balance of flavours was quite nice. Floral without being overbearingly so, nor being drowned out by the Earl Grey’s trademark bergamot.
Really quite good. Gives off a super strong smell just as it starts brewing. Very nice balance between the tea and fruits.
The first bagged white tea I’ve had. It’s certainly nice, but the citrus overpowers the white tea a bit, and as such, tastes a little over-sweet.
It’s okay. Nice for when I want something all purpose?
That’s the nicest way I can say how bland it is. It’s tea. It’s very weak tea.
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