Neige d'Argent

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Flowering White Blend
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185 °F / 85 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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  • “One of the only teas sold with a 50g minimum by Mariage Freres (considering the price 10 Euro for 50 g, that's not that much of an effort from them...) Before choosing the one, I smelled a few...” Read full tasting note
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From Mariage Frères

Mariage Frères’ creative blenders are offering a new unique line of six imperial white teas numbered heightened with fruit, flowers, plants or spices.
The sunny, brilliant notes of “Silver Snow” are accompanied by the sweet sparkle of mixed fruit, underscored by warm, woody spices.
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One of the only teas sold with a 50g minimum by Mariage Freres (considering the price 10 Euro for 50 g, that’s not that much of an effort from them…)
Before choosing the one, I smelled a few white teas: Brume de Roses targets rose addicts; Eau de lune smelled quite nice but with no wow factor (which I needed considering the price); Madame Butterfly was nice but I was not in the mood for cherry blossoms; Marco Polo white was my second choice after this one.
I do not remember how the tea looked in the large tin, but in my small bag I do not see any of the small pink flowers which can be seen on the picture.
The leaves have different green colors; it’s quite surprising. The smell of the dry leaves is exquisite.
The brew has a light yellow color, with a cristal clear look.
The taste is also really amazing: no bitterness, full of flowers but not cloying, with a hint of fruits (unidentified as of now). Spices I do not get or recognize any.
It’s a very dainty brew, best appreciated in an extra fine china cup and cannot be brewed in a mug – call me snobbish, if you like, but that’s my feeling.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 6 min, 0 sec
Ysaurella

the name of the tea is an invitation ! it’s so beautiful …

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