Sweet Lily, Organic & Fair Trade

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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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This Pai Mu Tan is grown in the Thirunelveli District of S. India on the Organic & Fair Trade Certified Oothu Estate. A wonderful blend of Pai Mu Dan and dried apples.

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6770 tasting notes

Smells nice – floral but mostly apple
tastes like apples, flowers, and white tea! Nice!
Aftertaste is a pleasant apple – not puckery!

This is unique and fun and I like it!

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Have to admit, when we want apple candy (jolly rancher) we tend to go to this tea!


I’m working up a lengthier post for SororiTEA Sisters! :) Might have to ‘use’ your Jolly Rancher Reference – it IS darned close!!!!


And there’s another for my next order…

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4833 tasting notes

Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of this tea to try!

This is delicious and light. Delicate yet crisp apple flavor with a smooth, fresh white tea flavor. Nice. I like this one a lot.

This blend also contains either beetroot or hibiscus (the ingredients list only apple and white tea), although I can’t really figure out which one because if it’s hibiscus, it doesn’t taste hibiscus-y. And that’s a good thing. It does have a rather sweet tone to it, so perhaps it is beetroot.

Either way, it’s quite good.

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55 tasting notes

Smooth & flowery with a sublte apple notes almost reminiscent of the jolly rancher apple candy. Make it with a light temperature & low steeping time, up to one minute initially then longer for subsequent steeps. Superb as an evening tea. Excellent for multiple infusions.

180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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