Cherry Blossom

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Fruit White Blend
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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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  • “Another Alana/Secret Santa gift - thank you! The dry leaf is composed of long, light green leaves, and carries a light cherry bouquet. Not as fuzzy as some white tea leaves I've seen, but still...” Read full tasting note
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    AdhamL 237 tasting notes
  • “Woe, for I am on my last tea bag of this, out of a sampler my dear friend gave me as a present. Dry, it has a subtle floral, almost fruity smell, and brewed, it gets a little bit stronger, but not...” Read full tasting note
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    seeyouatthefront 51 tasting notes
  • “Hmmm. When I opened the package, the smell was very strong but when brewed it lost almost all of this scent and I could really only taste the white tea. I am going to hold off rating this one until...” Read full tasting note
    Alana237 223 tasting notes
  • “Light refreshing white tea with a subtle cherry flavour. The scent of cherry is quite strong before brewing. Afterwards the scent and flavour is more subtle but I think it works well. I have...” Read full tasting note
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    highlyevovled 3 tasting notes

From Whittard of Chelsea

Inspired by the Japanese Festival of Cherry Blossoms, this tea typifies the excitement of spring’s arrival. Made from the youngest tender leaves, our blend combines the delicate white tea with the flavour of cherries.
Whatever the weather, sip a cup of this fragrant tea and celebrate the changing seasons.

Use fresh water. Water left in the kettle loses vitality and makes tea taste dull
Rinse the pot with boiling water to bring out the tea’s flavour
Add 1-2 teaspoon of tea to a 6-cup pot
Pour in water that is just off-the-boil
Let sit for 2-3 minutes. This delicate tea should be brewed lightly.
Strain and pour. Drink this tea without milk

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7 Tasting Notes

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237 tasting notes

Another Alana/Secret Santa gift – thank you! The dry leaf is composed of long, light green leaves, and carries a light cherry bouquet. Not as fuzzy as some white tea leaves I’ve seen, but still very delicate looking. At three minutes I’ve got a light golden brown liquor with a mild cherry aroma. The taste is cherry, but this first try is reminding me a little of cherry cough drops more than the fruit. I may need to play around with this one a bit to see if I can bring that out more.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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51 tasting notes

Woe, for I am on my last tea bag of this, out of a sampler my dear friend gave me as a present. Dry, it has a subtle floral, almost fruity smell, and brewed, it gets a little bit stronger, but not overpowering. The taste is much like the smell – somewhere between floral and fruit. I definitely need to get some more – winter’s coming on, and who doesn’t need some blossoms to see them through the dreary snow? ;-)

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 8 min or more
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I loved cherry blossom green from Harney and Sons and now I want to try the one from Tin Roof Teas.

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Hmmm. When I opened the package, the smell was very strong but when brewed it lost almost all of this scent and I could really only taste the white tea. I am going to hold off rating this one until I had it a few more times.

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Light refreshing white tea with a subtle cherry flavour. The scent of cherry is quite strong before brewing. Afterwards the scent and flavour is more subtle but I think it works well.

I have found it’s best to steep for around 2-3 minutes, any longer and the taste can become slightly bitter.

One of mine and my fiances personal favourites!

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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9 tasting notes

At first, this tea has a very strong sweet smell. It can, in fact, be a little overpowering. After steeping, the smell is a bit gentler, but the taste is a little unimpressive. It remains sweet, but the white tea seems to somewhat disappear. Continued steeping just results in it being rather bitter On the whole, it makes a pleasant enough iced tea (the tea flavour sharpens slightly when chilled), but is somewhat lacking as a hot tea.

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It tastes like someone put a few drops of tea in robitussin. Not worth the purchase. A very similar, but higher quality, tea is Teavana’s snow geisha (it’s sad when Teavana is the better option).

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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