Pink Cherry Cider

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Fruit White Blend
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190 °F / 87 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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  • “Backlog!! from this weekend's tea party. What fun! This was an interesting blend. A little too heavy and floral for a white, but still refreshing (even though it was hot) The white was present,...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Brewed this one up last night to sip as I watched tv. Dry it smells so lovely, and you can see actual cherries sitting in the blend in large numbers. Which leaves me wondering how it can become...” Read full tasting note
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    lauriegilbert 442 tasting notes
  • “Ooops, forgot to log this one! Drank it Sunday morning. This was a sweet and tasty cuppa, with a strong cherry flavour that I find is lacking from a lot of cherry teas. As it cooled, it brought...” Read full tasting note
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    beaut 485 tasting notes

From The Green Teahouse

Awaken your senses with our newest White Tea— Pink Cherry Cider!

This sweet and sour mix of aromatic fruits uniquely blended with 2011, freshly- harvested premium white tea will harken you to embrace this twist on traditional cider. Cozy up to a cup today and take your tea-drinking experience to new heights while benefiting from its rich antioxidants!

Ingredients: apple pieces, dried kiwi, dried sour cherry pieces, dried cranberry slices, coconut bits, fruit flavoring.

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4 Tasting Notes

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1311 tasting notes

Backlog!! from this weekend’s tea party. What fun!
This was an interesting blend. A little too heavy and floral for a white, but still refreshing (even though it was hot)
The white was present, but I would have liked to see more of it. Still, as a cider tea, I can see why the other flavours would need to be stronger. Also, it did wonders to make me feel better!
This’d be interesting cold steeped.

Bonnie

Girl, you’ve been drinkin alot of tea!

Indigobloom

yep yep!! I love me some tea :P
but this was a backlog. Most of my consumption today has been herbal atleast. And honeyyyyy

Indigobloom

I’ve taken some Nyquil. Off to sleepy land for me!! ugh finally.

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Brewed this one up last night to sip as I watched tv. Dry it smells so lovely, and you can see actual cherries sitting in the blend in large numbers. Which leaves me wondering how it can become such a delicate flavour after brewing. It is lovely, but almost too light for me, especially once the floral notes start creeping in as the cup cools. Its a nice tea, but I don’t think that its the cherry tea for me.

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Ooops, forgot to log this one! Drank it Sunday morning.

This was a sweet and tasty cuppa, with a strong cherry flavour that I find is lacking from a lot of cherry teas. As it cooled, it brought out more of the tart and perfumey floral tastes, so I finished it off quickly. Don’t think I’ll reach for it again, but I enjoyed this cup.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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