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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 30 sec 17 oz / 500 ml

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This sweet-flavored decaffeinated black tea will remind you of cherry blossoms in spring.

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My sister bought a little of this and told me she liked it so I should try it. I smelled it and thought it smelled like dried apricots? When brewed it did taste really good, not sure if it’s what most people would be expecting as I taste the black tea with a hint of sweet cherry syrup. I had thought it’d be like the sakura flower tea i had from Lupicia before but its not. It is still good, perhaps I will “help” her finish the package :)

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It did remind me of cherry blossoms in the Spring. A nice brew to drink and drink again…I add some sugar (but only one cube or TS).

200 °F / 93 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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69 tasting notes

I am trying this tea for the first time.
The loose leaf tea contains small sugar crystals, which makes it nice to look at. The scent is noticeably cherry without being overpowering. When brewed, the tea has a light flavor, but not dull like some other decaffeinated teas can be. The flavor profile is there, but on the delicate side. A bit of milk in the tea is nice as well.

205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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70 tasting notes

This tea is fragrant and soft; overall an okay tea. Floral, sweet, and mild.

185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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921 tasting notes

Things I didn’t need to do on my Melbourne holiday: buy more tea.
Things I did do on my Melbourne holiday: buy more tea.

I guess it wasn’t SO bad—I managed to walk out of my first visit to Lupicia with only three tins (this, chaud les marrons and melon oolong). Not a cheap trip but to be fair the prices are comparable to T2, yet I’d rather give my money to Lupicia these days. Also the store staff were absolutely adorable and so sweet! My friends who were with me also walked away with some tea. I’m such a tea enabler.

This blend wasn’t on my wishlist (the other two were) but physically being in store and getting to smell the dry leaves of some of my wishlist teas did end up seeing me cull a few. We also got to try the sample of the day, which was the super grade momo oolong—another from my wishlist, and the sample didn’t leave me gushing, so off it came too.

This one smelled so fruity and lovely dry that I couldn’t resist it—plus the tin was so pretty too. It’s cherry blossom season in Japan, I’m weak! It’s low caffeine (or maybe even decaffeinated) black so I poured a bedtime brew. Just plain it doesn’t do much but add just a small sprinkling of sugar and BLAM, the berry flavour smacks you in the face! In a good way, I think. I don’t regret this purchase!

2 tsp 17 OZ / 500 ML

If your still in Melbourne and are anywhere near Collingwood give Storm In a Teacup a visit…. I went last time I was home and they’re super friendly, have delicious tea and yummy treats!! :)


I always stop in at Storm for a drink when I’m in town! I had my nails done just next door on this trip and then had a naughty chai after :D

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