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Summer Kiss

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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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From Red Leaf Tea

This tea is blends organically grow black tea leaves with flowery accents. It will enable you to rise up on the hottest day of the year with a body filled with a clear and cool spirit. Our blend creates a unique and powerful mix of sweetness and tartness, adding a bright morning alertness to our brews. To create this special jumble of lightness and vigor, we have added red rosebud, purple mountain rose hips and hibiscus to the basic leaves of our black tea. Sweet flavors require expert handling, and we have the skills to offer you the greatest morning tea in the nation.

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

I was very impressed to find whole rose buds in this tea, not just petals, and not some little wimpy rose buds, but big rose buds. No mistaking what they are.

And they provide a lovely essence to this tea. I don’t really taste much from the hibiscus or the rosehips, but I do taste the rose. It isn’t as powerful a rose flavor as say a Rose Congou would have, but, it is delicate and very pleasant. The black tea is brisk and tasty. Overall, this is quite good. I like it.

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Pretty Good! I’m writing a full review over at Sororitea Sisters that will be posted at 6am on Friday!

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Can’t wait to here all your thoughts! :)

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More tart than sweet, a dollop of honey would likely do some good. Tastes predominantly of hibiscus, but to be fair it is… softer, if not sweeter, than plain hibiscus tea. I was disappointed that the rosebuds didn’t come through more. Still, if you like the floral tartness of hibiscus and rosehips, but want something a little less sour, this may be the tea you’re looking for.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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