drank Blueberry Amore by Teaopia
7 tasting notes

I recently pulled this one out of my cupboard where it had been hiding at the back and after experimenting with it all day at work. I wish I had left it in the cupboard.

The dry scent is less blueberry and much more floral. As far as blueberries go I’ve only seen one lonely looking one at the bottom of my cup, and this is 5-6 cups into the day here. After much experimentation with steep times best I’ve found for this is a shortened steep time with a little more tea than I would usually use. I’ve found this helps to keep the floral notes from overpowering the green tea.

Flavour itself is quite light, very floral. I pick up the mallow more than anything, but that could be because I’m looking for it. I don’t get much if any vanilla from it.

All in all I regret purchasing a largish bag and I guess I’ll just have to hope it’ll grow on me since I’m determined to use it up before I go on another tea spree.

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Growing up in a house with an avid black coffee drinking father and a caffiene intolerant mother tea played a major role in my relationship with my grandmother. Every visit she would have a new lineup for us to sample and we’d spend hours sitting at the kitchen table playing cards and sipping away.

Nowadays I continue our ritual. With every new tea I talk to my Nonie, let her know what I think of it. And recommend she give it a try if she can, wherever she may be.


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