Cherry Rose Green Tea Premium Blend

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175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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  • “This is rather lovely, fresh tasting, not musty like dry rose tends toward. Smells delicious and pretty, and tastes pretty good too, if light (it should be though--lightness fits the profile...” Read full tasting note
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Our Cherry Rose Green tea is a sensual blend of Japanese Sencha, rose petals combined with the flavour of cherries. This tea smells of a summer fruit market and has a beautifully rich taste, perfectly blending the sweet cherry with the green tea and adds subtle hints of rose.

Region: Tao Tea Leaf Blend

Steeping Guide:
Amount: 3g/ 2 teaspoon per cup.
Temperature: 80°c /176°F
Steep Time: 2-3 minutes. This tea can be steeped two times.

*Feel free to adjust the amount of tea and the steeping time according to your personal taste. We do not recommend changing the temperature of the water. Water that is too hot may burn the tea leaves and bring out the bitterness in your tea.

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613 tasting notes

This is rather lovely, fresh tasting, not musty like dry rose tends toward. Smells delicious and pretty, and tastes pretty good too, if light (it should be though—lightness fits the profile here). It’s sweet and the cherry is definitely present in smell and taste—the aroma alone somehow evokes juiciness and rose gardens. The tea starts out sweet and the tart balance gently comes in, never overwhelming. The lightly sweet-tart juicy fruit elements mix beautifully with the floral. The sencha flavor is definitely not a star; it’s in the background, but it gives the blend a satisfying, astringent heft and likely contributes to the fresh green impression. This is a girly tea. Wonder how it’d be with gin; so many floral cocktails are kind of icky perfume-tasting but this is so fresh and light and sweet, I’m curious. EDIT: And upon further reflection, I think this was so good and so cocktail-flavor-friendly it’d be worth seeing if I could infuse vodka with it. If it worked and the vodka smelled and somewhat tasted like it, wow, that would be fantastic.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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