What a lovely tea! It’s beautiful to look at and smells so nice in the tin. Once made, it’s a very delicate cherry without any artificial notes. I am late coming into this tea and managed to score a 100g bag before it went away. How can they not continue it?
If you’ve been to Japan in the spring, then you know about the cherry blossoms. People gather under the blooming trees to eat, drink and celebrate for days on end. This cherry tea brings you right there. It’s a festival of white Bai Mudan, green Darjeeling, Chinese green teas, dried cherries, coconut and rose petals. Many wish it could last all year long. But alas, come summer, it’s gone.