White Lilac

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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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  • “I haven't always been a big fan of floral teas but lilac is one of my favorite flower-y aromas, so I thought I'd check this out. Even though it's called white lilac, this is a green tea. After...” Read full tasting note
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From Simpson & Vail

This delicate green tea, with the fragrant aroma of lilacs, heralds in the Spring season with a flourish. Enjoy your own spring (especially if the nights are cool) with this relaxing floral cup.

Brew: 2 tsp tea in 8 oz. water (at 165°), steep for 2 minutes.

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I haven’t always been a big fan of floral teas but lilac is one of my favorite flower-y aromas, so I thought I’d check this out. Even though it’s called white lilac, this is a green tea.

After steeping I noticed little lavender colored blobs in the cup, I guess these are lilac pieces or tiny petals of some sort? This has a very relaxing and lovely aroma. I like the green tea here which is a Chinese tea, I think. It has a vegetal, almost buttery quality and a light yellow tea liquor.

The flavor is a bit… soapy which is not such a surprise. I love lilac soap, so there you go. This makes for an elegant afternoon tea but I can’t say I would drink this too often. Overall, I liked it but you need to be in the mood for a very flowery tea. I’m tempted to dab some behind my ears… :-P

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec
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