Japanese Cherry

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Green Herbal Blend
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  • “How could this one make me nauseous?! there weren't all that many flowers in here and I've had sunflower petals before... Whatever, it tasted nice! the cherry part was tart and sweet, coming out...” Read full tasting note
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    indigobloom 1325 tasting notes
  • “Well, it seems that green teas work particularly well with this small tea bag format. This one is primarily vegetal and grassy, but with a nice cherry aroma and aftertaste. I'll admit, I think it...” Read full tasting note
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    C-chan 284 tasting notes
  • “They had this one on sample, iced-style and I found it quite bitter. Got some anyway because it's really hard to say no to tea at 75% off. I like it. It's got a lighter cherry flavor than the...” Read full tasting note
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    sarynkitamo 37 tasting notes
  • “Every time I had this tea in-store I found it bitter, but when I made it at home, it was PERFECT. Instead of being bitter with a flowery aftertaste, it was just flowery and sweet. I absolutely love...” Read full tasting note
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    Rabby 29 tasting notes

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Japanese Cherry is a mixture of Green Sencha with real cherry bits and sunflower petals. The combination of fruit and flowers provides a delicately sweet flavour perfect any time of day hot or iced for tea and fruit lovers.

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6 Tasting Notes

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How could this one make me nauseous?! there weren’t all that many flowers in here and I’ve had sunflower petals before…
Whatever, it tasted nice! the cherry part was tart and sweet, coming out much more than it did in the Amaretto Cherry they have.
As for the green, it was a little too dark and heavy for a fruity tea. Most of the time, I’m all for that but in this tea the two didn’t really mesh well.
Overall, I’m iffy on this one because of the negative side effect. Hmmm… what to do??

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Well, it seems that green teas work particularly well with this small tea bag format. This one is primarily vegetal and grassy, but with a nice cherry aroma and aftertaste. I’ll admit, I think it would taste amazing with something like chocolate covered cherries or black forrest cake. Too bad I can’t test that theory right now….

But yay and yum nonetheless.

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They had this one on sample, iced-style and I found it quite bitter. Got some anyway because it’s really hard to say no to tea at 75% off. I like it. It’s got a lighter cherry flavor than the Amaretto Cherry I tried last night, not quite as bold. Done up my usual milk-and-sugar style, it’s quite nice. Sort of reminds me of a cherry candy, actually.

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Every time I had this tea in-store I found it bitter, but when I made it at home, it was PERFECT. Instead of being bitter with a flowery aftertaste, it was just flowery and sweet. I absolutely love this one when it’s brewed right (or wrong…?) but when it goes wrong, it’s kind of painful. Glad I took a chance on the aftertaste I loved, since now I’m enjoying it with every sip in the privacy of my home!

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