afternoon delight

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
Gunpowder Green Tea, Jasmine, Lemon Myrtle, Rose Petals
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Average preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec 17 oz / 500 ml

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  • “This tasted very lemony, orange and zesty to me. Was worth a try and some others may really enjoy it. The bag smelled very nice and the leaves looked like confetti potpourri. ” Read full tasting note
    hockmasm 41 tasting notes
  • “This is a lovely looking tea. I have it in a clear jar (Kept in a nice dark cabinet) and it just plain looks lovely. Aroma is flowery and nice gunpowder tea. Touch of lemon, as well as, the floral...” Read full tasting note
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    carol who 387 tasting notes

From SereneTeaz

An elegant combination of gunpowder green, lemon myrtle, rose, jasmine and laurel. A delightful scent and a relaxing afternoon tea.

These tea leaves can be infused multiple times.

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2 Tasting Notes

41 tasting notes

This tasted very lemony, orange and zesty to me. Was worth a try and some others may really enjoy it. The bag smelled very nice and the leaves looked like confetti potpourri.

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387 tasting notes

This is a lovely looking tea. I have it in a clear jar (Kept in a nice dark cabinet) and it just plain looks lovely. Aroma is flowery and nice gunpowder tea. Touch of lemon, as well as, the floral scent. Taste is well balanced. I always worry about anything that has rose in it because some times they sneak those tart rose hips in there. Luckily, there is no tartness from the rose. It’s a very comforting tea. No bitterness, no odd notes of flavor you can’t identify. I am enjoying it on another cold (Snowy!) Spring day. I mean really… It’s the middle of April! The temp was 21 degrees this morning. It was 75 degrees two days ago!!!! (Hey, can anybody tell me how to make the degree signs I don’t have to write degree all the time?)
I like this tea but I like fruity teas rather than floral, so this is not one of my favorites. I resteeped and it was still very good. One problem I have with the Breville is that I have to make any tea with a two cup minimum. If resteeped, I suddenly have 4 cups of the same tea. I took a quick sip of the resteep and then put the rest in the refrigerator and I’ll see how it tastes. Not a cold brew, just a chilled tea. I’ll try a cold brew another time. They recommended 1-2 tsp. and I went with 2 tsp/cup.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec 4 tsp 17 OZ / 500 ML

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