Arabische Nacht / Arabian Night - 901

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Green Tea
Ingredients
Green Tea, Rose, Sunflower Blossoms
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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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From TeaGschwendner

Jasmine, sunflower and rose enchant your senses. It isn’t difficult to imagine a thousand more cups as lovely as the very first.

Ingredients: Green tea from China and black teas from India, Ceylon and China blended with sunflower, jasmine, rose blossoms, and natural flavor.

$9.98/100g

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14 Tasting Notes

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2007 tasting notes

Thanks to ToiToi for this sample. I have had this tea before, though it was being resold under a different name by a different company (like many of TeaGschwendner’s teas). I liked it then, but I wondered if I would like it now, so I asked for a sample.

The answer is yes. Om nom mango. This is really very delicious. I don’t remember it being this fruity, but it is a lovely mango flavor that I like perhaps even better than the mango black tea from thepuriTea. Plus those lovely florals… rose and jasmine just work well together with mango. This is a green/black blend, but picking a middling temp worked out well and I was rewarded with a smooth cup that still had some body. Pleasantly surprised by how much I still like this one.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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82
1995 tasting notes

Tea #20 from Another Traveling Tea Box

The package says Tin Roof Teas, but I’m pretty sure it is from TeaGschwendner, so I’m going to post my note here.

I’m not quite sure why I waited so long to try this tea, it should have been at the top of my list, but I somehow missed it was a floral tea when I was digging through the TTB. I’ve always been a fan of floral teas and I’m especially partial to rose and jasmine. There is a slightly fruity note to this tea, it tastes like mango, but it gives just a hint of sweetness that I think this tea needs to keep the florals from being overpowering.

This tea will not be continuing on.

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 0 sec
keychange

Oh, you love florals! This makes me so happy. Have you tried rose violet calendula? (have I asked you this before? sorry!)

Short Sorceress

I ordered some last time I placed an order, but I’m not allowed to open it yet. I want to finish off some of my older teas first. I can’t wait to try it.

keychange

It is the epitome of heaven in a cup. And that’s a promise. Good for you for being so disciplined!

Short Sorceress

My discipline has varying degrees of success, but I’ve managed to drink nearly everything in my cupboard that is older than three months. I’m getting to the point where I can start opening up my new teas and that one is going to be one of the first I open.

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558 tasting notes

reposting this where it belongs, I had two samples on the counter, and this is the one I finished off, not da.ud.e’s xaeoxn.

Such a pretty tea to watch steep. The rosebuds are quite large, and there are quite long green and white leaves in this tea blend. The tea brewed up a nice amber syrup color. There is a slight molasses/maple taste/scent in this. It is so light in taste I can’t tell if it is flavor or just in the smell alone, but I swear it is there. This almost tastes like a caramel black tea, with a strong floral tone to it. My taste buds are acting very strange today as I know there is no black tea in this. Maybe it’s the combination of the mango and jasmine? I know it was in a bag all to itself awaiting sampling. I think I will have to do a second steep to see what other flavors come out of this.

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6770 tasting notes

Rachel! You ROCK! This is another one I have been wanting to try.

Eventho the ingredients I generally stereotype as being floral, bitter, and cereal like…this smells sweet and fruity! This REALLY surprises me!!!

This is a medium brown in color.

I can taste the green tea first followed by the black. I can then taste floral notes and sweet hints throughout. Then it’s fruity and then floral again. In the aftertaste it’s more of a floral green that lingers. This is an interesting tea. Much more to it than I first thought. I like teas that make you think sometimes, ya know!?

This isn’t bad. There is a nice combo of floral and fruity.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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4550 tasting notes

Thank you to Rachel for sending me a sampling of this tea.

I knew I had to try this tea when I read the ingredient list. I love jasmine, I love rose, and I even love sunflower… Brewed it at a lower temperature than recommended on TeaGschwendner’s website… and it came out beautifully. The green tea is buttery and soft. The black tea is a softer flavor but I can taste the distinct “brisk” tones of black tea. The jasmine and rose come together very nicely – sweet and floral. The sunflower offers a hint of sharpness in the background. A nice grouping of flavors. I like this!

Infusin_Susan

Glad to hear you liked it. This is one of my all time favorites; it’s not easy to find a good blend that has both green and black teas.

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132 tasting notes

This tea scared me a bit due to it being a blend of green and black teas, but the leaves looked pretty and smelled lovely as well, thank you TeaEqualsBliss for sharing this one with me! The color of the tea after being steeped is a nice amber/honey color…a medium brown color; it tasted like a green tea with a dash of Ceylon in there to give it a slight boldness. There was a nice mildly sweet taste to it from the floral notes and to me it seemed like there was a bit of a candied cherry taste in there as well. This is pretty good and a nice change of pace for me.

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237 tasting notes

Finishing up the last of the variety of TeaGschwendner sampler bags I picked up recently. On this one, I think I probably should have gone beyond their steeping parameters, which call for 2 minutes at 212. At this point I’m getting hints of flavors and aromas, where I really expected something a bit more fragrant and flavorful. I do get wafts of rose, subtle reminders of the green and black tea base – but would have prefered more. I’ll hold off rating it until I get another chance someday to steep it longer.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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39 tasting notes

This tea has been in the cupboard for a few months and I finally got around to brewing a cup while riding out the storm in NYC watching weather coverage. What I can say about this tea – It’s not bad.

There is a bit of an odd battle between the fruit component and the herb component which I initially didn’t mind but the more sips I took the less I enjoyed the rivalry. However this is a rare tea in that the green component can be isolated on the pallet from the black, or at least I was able to perceive such. I think this is because, for whatever reason the overall boldness of the tisane components is lower than one would expect (but yet still present enough).

There is a lot going on here, and it’s, well, not bad.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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189 tasting notes

Loose
Appearance: long twiggy looking leaf, stems and rose petals prominent
Aroma when Dry: Desert sweet, slightly buttery, floral
After water is first poured:. Desert sweet, floral, powdery
At end of steep: lighter sweet (western) powdery notes mildly floral
Tea liquor:
At end of steep: Med spring green
Staple? No
Time of day preferred: Unsure, first tasting
Taste:
first notes: floral blend, jasmine and rose more noticeable, but all three floral notes are present
As it cools? Gets dryer, and sweeter. floral notes get almost soapy
Additives used (milk, honey, sugar etc)? No
Lingers? Yes, the sweetness is cloying and builds with each sip

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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93
76 tasting notes

Love, love, love, love this tea :) First tried it at Wystone’s Teas in Lakewood, CO. Went back to Wystone’s yesterday to get more, and they no longer sell it. Bummer :(

Preparation
4 min, 0 sec
Ricky

This looks amazing!

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