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From Peter Asher Coffee and Tea

The name alone probably has you picturing teacups shaped like flowers or a Daughters’ of the American Revolution meeting about rare manuscript preservation. While it may sound a little haughty this tea is actually very approachable. The cherries provide a little sugar to the earthy complexity of the roses and the end result is a perfectly rounded flavor that is vibrant and refreshing. The moral of the story is don’t judge a tea by its name because even the very proper sounding Cherry Rose has sweet and sultry sides just waiting to surprise you.

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This is a sample I received from LiberTeas. Many thanks! It has taken me too long to get to it, but I am glad I have it for tonight. I am trying to psych myself up to finish one more stripe on the Doctor Who scarf I am knitting for youngest while watching Upstairs Downstairs. This is a lovely tea quite worthy of being sipped during Masterpiece Theater.

(Funny side note: about a year ago my eldest daughter told us with great excitement that she had been watching really old Sesame Street reruns and had only just put together the whole Allistair Cookie and Monsterpiece Theater bit. LOL!)

This is a nice Sencha base, not at all masked by the flavors, but very nicely balanced. The cherry is definitely the foremost of the flavors but the rose follows up and adds a gentle seriousness to the cup.

Thank you for sharing, Liberteas!

Edited to add: I made it! Whew! Tomorrow I should hit the 3/4 point.


That’s cute lol – what kid would get that anyway?

Hesper June

My sister knitted a Doctor Who scarf last year for a fella, it turned out great, but the young lad wears it skiing and I am scared to death its going to get caught in a tree or something.

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Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of this tea.

This is very much the way I expected it to be, basically what I expected from a cherry rose tea. Sweet cherry flavor, almost candy cherry-ish. The smell was a bit like a cough drop, but I don’t get that in the flavor. The cherry is sweet but there is a tartness to it too. The green tea flavor comes through nicely, smooth and buttery. The rose is not a strong flavor, but it gives a pleasing floral accent to the overall cup.

Very nice.

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This smells like Cherry Lifesavers! Cherry and sugary! YUMMY aroma! The taste is a medium green tea paired with just enough Cherry and a good bit of rose coming in as the 3rd flavor that hits the tongue.

This is a very nicely flavored cherry and rose flavored green! Another great offering from PACT (Peter Asher Coffee & Tea)! They are 2 for 2 so far in my book!


sounds great. Have you tried the Cherry-Rose from Enjoying Tea? I’m fond of that one. I wonder how the two compare?


I don’t believe I have tried Enjoying Tea’s version yet

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