Rose Petal Green Tea

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Green Herbal Blend
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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “Heeey, sipdown and rose tea! 244 (I discovered somhow steepster removed a Verdant tea from my cupboard that should have been there, so my number didn't drop this time). This is a sample thanks to...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Loose Appearance: pink rose petals, large sencha leaf, balanced Aroma when Dry: grassy floral rose notes After water is first poured: rose floral, slight grassy notes At end of first steep:...” Read full tasting note
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Rose Green Tea blends select Sencha green tea and genuine pieces of rose petals. The Sencha leaves are green and have a flat, smooth, and narrow body mixed with dried rose petals that are red, fat, and strong. For thousands of years the rose has been a part of Chinese medicine. Rose petals are a natural source of vitamin C which has been shown to boost the immune system and promote healthy skin and bones.

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2031 tasting notes

Heeey, sipdown and rose tea! 244 (I discovered somhow steepster removed a Verdant tea from my cupboard that should have been there, so my number didn’t drop this time). This is a sample thanks to Kasumi no Chajin!

You see a lot of rose blacks, and a good amount of rose whites, but not a lot of rose greens, so I was interested in trying this one. This tea has possibly a higher rose petal to leaf ratio than any I’ve ever seen! It basically looks just like the picture. The steeped tea is darker than I expected (almost brown) and is less rosy smelling than expected. It’s certainly got some green floral notes, but not a thick, rich rose. It’s a fresh, grassy rose.

This is definitely a light floral tea, and thus possibly a good option for people who find rose perfumy. This isn’t perfumy at all, and the green tea has some light buttery notes as well as the green vegetal notes that are the main notes. For me, I want more rose, because I always want more rose (except in cases where there cannot possibly be more rose, see: Harney’s Rose Scented). But this is a really nice tea nonetheless.

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175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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189 tasting notes

Loose
Appearance: pink rose petals, large sencha leaf, balanced
Aroma when Dry: grassy floral rose notes
After water is first poured: rose floral, slight grassy notes
At end of first steep: clear
Tea liquor:
At end of steep: clear
Staple? likely medicinal
Preferred time of day: evenings
Taste:
At first?: floral rose notes, creamy buttery notes close
As it cools?: Notes open and smooth
Additives used (milk, honey, sugar etc)? No
Lingers? Slightly floral bodied buttery notes

Second Steep(5 min):
At first: very perfumy, floral rose notes, hints of bitter on close
As it cools: perfumed rosewater

Third Steep (5min):
rosewater
Fourth Steep(5min):
rosewater

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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