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170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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  • “Thank you *TeaEqualsBliss* for sending me some of this tea... a very nice tea this is! Quite floral in aroma and taste, I like that it doesn't taste distinctly of one flower but of several. It...” Read full tasting note
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  • “*Amanda* you spoil me! Thanks! This smells fruity and floral. This has 3 different kinds of green tea in it, white tea, 2 different flowers, and flavoring. While sipping on this I can...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I'm usually not that into teas where the additions are mostly floral, but I am enjoying this. I guess it's probably all in the flavoring, because there is a bit of fruit to it. The flowers alone...” Read full tasting note
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  • “The last time I had this one I didn't really enjoy it much, but its been long enough that I wanted to try it again just to see. Also, there's still some vague recollection of having it back when I...” Read full tasting note
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From ESP Emporium

An elegant green tea. Exquisite green and white teas of different shapes and sizes will delight your senses. Deep green, big silvery brown and fluffy white tipped tea leaves are accompanied by yellow rose buds, red rose petals and lilac mallow blossoms to create a soft yet predominant green tea. The aromatic bouquet composed of exotic fruits, of light, tangy, fresh citrus nuances and a hint of delicate, flowery jasmine promises a very special pleasure.

Ingredients: China Sencha, Lung Ching, green Yunnan and Pai Mu Tan (92 % total tea), flavoring, rosebuds, rose petals, mallow blossoms.

Serving Size: 1 level tsp. /6oz serving

Brew Temp: 176 to 194 degree F

Brew Time: 2 to 3 Minutes

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Thank you TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of this tea… a very nice tea this is!

Quite floral in aroma and taste, I like that it doesn’t taste distinctly of one flower but of several. It evokes thoughts of a field of flowers. It is light and refreshing, with hints of fruit, strong floral overtones, and a very uplifting fragrance.

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Amanda you spoil me! Thanks!

This smells fruity and floral.

This has 3 different kinds of green tea in it, white tea, 2 different flowers, and flavoring.

While sipping on this I can taste both the green and white tea – separately – but the green tea is the more dominant of the 2. It’s graciously flavored with various citrus and what I can only assume is berry of some sort…maybe strawberry? Regardless it’s lovely.

YUMMY

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That looks really pretty too!

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I’m usually not that into teas where the additions are mostly floral, but I am enjoying this. I guess it’s probably all in the flavoring, because there is a bit of fruit to it. The flowers alone would make it rose, which I can definitely smell in the tea, but something citrusy makes it far more palatable for me.

Or I might like rose. I have no idea.

This is really easy to drink, but as it cools it starts to taste more of all the flavoring rather than the tea. I could taste the green before, but now it’s more like fruit and flowers.

So, next time I will use something that retains heat better, because I like this a good bit.

Thanks for sending me this, brandy3392!

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1957 tasting notes

The last time I had this one I didn’t really enjoy it much, but its been long enough that I wanted to try it again just to see. Also, there’s still some vague recollection of having it back when I first got it and liking it ok at least. The dried leaves still smell like sour cherry candy to me. I tried a low temp and a short steep this time since last time the flavor overpowered me a bit, and the liquor is a very pale yellow but it still has a strong aroma. Still very fruity, still smells a bit medicinal, but it doesn’t seem like too much this time.

The taste is much better, and I’ll bump the rating, but it’s still not great. Not one I’d reorder, but now at least I feel like I can finish what I have! The flavor is very light (initially, it got stronger as it cooled), but being as it’s kind of an odd flavor that’s a good thing. The green/white tea clearly isn’t going to make itself known on the first steep, though perhaps on later brews. I think part of the problem is that I still get primarily cherry flavoring from this (as in cherry candy, not fresh cherries), and I don’t really like cherry flavoring. The promised jasmine and rose and mallow blossoms just don’t show in this one.

Eh, second steep’s not much better. Oh well, I guess this one will go back to sitting at the bottom of my cupboard (until I forget what it tasted like and try it again!)

Preparation
165 °F / 73 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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