London Fog

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Flowering Tea
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185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 45 sec

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  • “My darling Becky bought me a glass teapot for Christmas (early) along with a sampler of Primula teas! This was the first one we tried. Very light coloring, and I was worried about that. The first...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Colored more like a white tea this was light and floral and airy to the nose. The bloom somewhat went loose while steeping and the flower dangled from the rest of the bloom but I am not one to...” Read full tasting note
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  • “It's a rainy day here but this London Fog is making my day brighter. I need a light tea after yesterday's caffeine overload, so this is perfect. I'm also home from work, so I can enjoy the bloom...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Like others have mentioned, I have had trouble with the bloom opening into a weird shape with some of the Primula Flowering teas. This bloom opened nicely and looks beautiful in my glass teapot. ...” Read full tasting note
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Includes: Green Tea , Tropaeolum , Aristolochia debilis Si , Jasmine

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5 Tasting Notes

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My darling Becky bought me a glass teapot for Christmas (early) along with a sampler of Primula teas! This was the first one we tried.

Very light coloring, and I was worried about that. The first steep was too weak, the second was too strong, and hopefully I’m getting it right this time. The jasmine seems to soften the green tea, which I appreciate, but it leaves my mouth dry, which I did not get on the first steep (then it seemed a little more buttery). I can taste the flower(s), but they don’t seem very particular, something like chrysanthemum. Light and yummy enough, but I feel like there’s some quality that reminds me of how dirty fog is tainting this. My guess is the tea may have been sitting too long on a shelf. Also, unpleasant fuzzy residue in my mug from this tea. Whut.

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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6770 tasting notes

Colored more like a white tea this was light and floral and airy to the nose. The bloom somewhat went loose while steeping and the flower dangled from the rest of the bloom but I am not one to pre-judge. The taste is more sweet than jasmine or green or other floral-types that I have tried from this brand. It’s an ok tea…yummy and light. It’s alright.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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It’s a rainy day here but this London Fog is making my day brighter. I need a light tea after yesterday’s caffeine overload, so this is perfect. I’m also home from work, so I can enjoy the bloom while I am doing laundry and catching up on stuff. It’s beautiful, lightly scented, and tasty. I am biased though, there are very few jasmine greens that can do wrong in my book.

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Like others have mentioned, I have had trouble with the bloom opening into a weird shape with some of the Primula Flowering teas. This bloom opened nicely and looks beautiful in my glass teapot. It creates a nice light tea.

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Primula blooming teas are kind of hit and miss with me. This one I actually enjoyed. The flavor is light and sweet jasmine with the green tea also being soft but pleasant. I cannot single out the nasturtium flower taste wise. The display is not amazing but it is pretty. The tea is lightly tinted green. I don’t care for blooming teas that belt you with flavor because most of them are just barely drinkable. This one, while it was not outstanding, it also had nothing off putting in the taste. Strange as it may sound based on what I wrote, this may be my favorite from Primula.

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