Pearl of Jackfruit

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Black Green Blend
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175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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  • “I'm excited to try this one, and also so unsure of what I'm about to get. The dry leaf smells very fruity, and it wasn't until I read that it was almond-y that I realized what I was smelling. I've...” Read full tasting note
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From Herbal Infusions Tea Co.

Pearl of Jackfruit tea blends Chinese and Assam black tea (70%), pan fired Japanese sencha green tea (30%) and high quality ingredients. A popular iced tea choice.

Notes of exotic fruits, berries, and creamy soft almond endow this black and green tea blend from China and Ceylon.

Ingredients:
Black tea, green tea, orange peels, flavouring, rose petals, safflowers, marigold petals.

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I’m excited to try this one, and also so unsure of what I’m about to get. The dry leaf smells very fruity, and it wasn’t until I read that it was almond-y that I realized what I was smelling. I’ve decided to steep this for two minutes, because I only steep my greens for one minute and my blacks for three :-) When steeping, the smell changed several times, but was mostly centered around the almond.. Now that it’s done, it smells like something I can’t really define.. I’m getting more and more doubtful of this guy!
But it tastes like an almond cookie. How strange. I think it’s one of the truest almond teas I’ve had, though I’m not really a fanatic about almond, the way that some people are. It’s not as fruity as I had hoped, but maybe we can coax the exotic part of this tea out with different steeping methods. I’m intrigued, but not in love (thus far, anyway!).
But from a truly objective viewpoint, I can see that a lover of almond or almond cookies would completely love this :-) I wish that I had a tea that I can compare the flavour to, but really, I don’t think I’ve had one as unique as this before.

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175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec
Kittenna

This sounds so interesting! I really can’t wait to be able to expand my tea horizons a little farther, and explore different companies and try fascinatingly named teas like this one!

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